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Grant's Farm

10501 Gravois Rd

A popular St. Louis destination since 1954, Grant’s Farm is the 281-acre ancestral home of the Busch family, named for Ulysses S. Grant who originally worked a portion of the land.

Ranked in 2004 as a top attraction nationwide by the U.S. Family Travel Guide Zagat Survey® and two time winner of the TripAdvisor®
Certificate of Excellence, this unique landmark combines history, heritage and wildlife to create an unforgettable experience

Over the years, Grant’s Farm has grown and changed as it continues to be the unique, one-of-a-kind attraction that it is. From hosting celebrities, to being a home for wildlife and old world tradition, learn more about its rich history with these images from our archives.


Kassandra Rodriguez

Friday, June 29, 2018
Fun family farm outing! You get about a 15 min mini safari ride from where the tram picks you up, to the main activity hub. We enjoyed the educational animal shows. My boys really enjoyed bottle feeding the baby goats, feeding the parakeets, and riding on the camel. I do recommend buying the fun pass, it is worth it. Some of the other activities are a bit pricey, but over all it is a great family friendly activity

Brittnee Snowdell

Thursday, July 12, 2018
We really enjoyed Grants Farm as a family. You start out getting on shuttle through an animal reserve and they point out all the different animals they have on the property. Just do NOT stick your arms out of the shuttle to point! Then they drop you off and there are so many goats and other animals you can look at up close. They let you feed the baby goats milk bottles for a small fee or you can feed the big goats for a small fee. They have elephants and a show. There are camels and lamas you can feed. They also have bird houses you can go in. You can do camel or horse rides. It has a lot of shady areas and even had a path with some misters to walk through to cool off. There is also a food court area. When you're all done looking around and interacting with all the animals you catch the shuttle and ride back up to the front gate where you came in. If you chose to get a photo at the beginning you can pick it up here and they also have a really nice and reasonably priced gift shop. It was a really great morning spent with our 4 children.

Eric Ferguson

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Great family farm!! Stress free and a relaxing getaway for a day. Minimal walking for how vast Grants property stretches. The food square/ courtyard needs work though. There is only 1 real food place to get your drink and food, and in the middle of lunch time, after having already waited in that astronomically long line, i needed a refill. The only way to get one was too stand again in that line which was now about a 40 minute wait... just for a refill!!!! Not to mention the staff running the kitchen had the least and worst motivation I've ever seen. I don't think I have seen less food being served and the least amount of work getting done anywhere else in my life!


Thursday, July 12, 2018
Nice place to spend time with friends and family. I liked the way they gave the safari tour to enter the park. Kids will love the place and will get chance to enjoy with the animals. They have restaurants inside the farm with nice seating arrangement. Even they have a small museum near food area. I must say its a well organized and managed farm.

Rachael Day

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
This place is free. You do have to pay to park, there are a few things inside the part that cost like feeding the goats which is a dollar fifty, and he can feed the birds which is a dollar fifty. There are feed machines by the camels and alpacas so bring some change. Two free drinks for the adults, and I felt the prices for everything was pretty reasonable. A little bit of History also made it pretty interesting. Definitely a great family place to visit

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