School, Preschool, & Daycare Group Pricing 

(weekdays only)

Admission: $6.50 per person, this applies to students, parents, siblings, and chaperones. This includes a free pumpkin in the patch. 

(children ages two years & under are free with a paying adult)

Teachers and Paraeducators receive a complimentary admission and pumpkin in the patch (please present ID).

**Picnic areas are available**

New this year!

Students will now also be provided a pumpkin seed to take home to show their families and friends just how a plant can grow from a seed!

Register your tour online now or email Deb at [email protected] for any further questions. 

(tax exempt organizations must provide proof of status)


See below for insight into the tour experience!



The Tour Experience


At the Klausmeyer Farm, we make learning fun for everyone!  Our field trip tours are consistent with educational standards, students will have several one-on-one interaction opportunities, and thrive through the various agriculture experiences. You will have a true understanding of how a real farm operates in which students, parents, and teachers will be immersed into the farming culture. Teachers have the flexibility of choosing specific stations and altering the tour experience by selecting and choosing from many of the "self-guided" centers to cater to their specific classroom curriculum, these are listed below.

Our two unique "whole-group" centers we have to offer you are the milking demonstration and pig races.

During the milking demonstration, your school group will watch Farmer Dave milk a dairy cow, while Debbie explains the process and provides fun facts about dairy cows and their habitat.


Next your group, will sit back and have some plain ole' fun by cheering on your favorite racing pigs at the pig races! We have the fastest pigs in the Midwest and Debbie is ready to show you just how quick and smart these pigs really are. 


Finally, everyone can load up on the hayrack ride and grab their pumpkin from the patch! 

(Note: these will not be the specific order of your tour, each tour will be individualized to better acomodate your own schedule)


Our additional self-guided centers include the following:

                • C​otton/Corn pits (sensory experiences for students)
                • Educational Cow Movie 
                • Educational Story about the life cycle of a pumpkin
                • Jumping Pillow 
                • Milking Cow Demonstration 
                • Petting Zoo (one-on-one interaction with the animals)
                • Feeding the Heifers 
                • Corn Maze
                • Round Bale Maze 
                • Finding Fossils 
                • Playground areas
                • Garden center (view the life-cycle of a plant) -- Coming soon this fall 2018 *NEW*
                • Old Milking Parlor walkthrough
See these additional "self-guided centers" under attractions to give you a more of a picture of what your experiences will be like! 


*Picnic areas are available, please indicate in your original email/registration your specific picnic details.*

Note: Pop, water, and chips can be provided (at an additional cost) during the weekday upon request by teachers.


For more information, comments, or requests regarding tours, 

please email Deb at [email protected] or register your trip online today.




At the Klausmeyer Farm, we make learning fun for everyone!  Our field trip tours are consistent with educational standards, students will have several one-on-one interaction opportunities, and thrive through the various agriculture experiences. You will have a true understanding of how a real farm operates in which students, parents, and teachers will be immersed into the farming culture. Teachers have the flexibility of choosing specific stations and altering the tour experience by selecting and choosing from many of the "self-guided" centers to cater to their specific classroom curriculum, these are listed below.

Our two unique "whole-group" centers we have to offer you are the milking demonstration and pig races.

During the milking demonstration, your school group will watch Farmer Dave milk a dairy cow, while Debbie explains the process and provides fun facts about dairy cows and their habitat.


Next your group, will sit back and have some plain ole' fun by cheering on your favorite racing pigs at the pig races! We have the fastest pigs in the Midwest and Debbie is ready to show you just how quick and smart these pigs really are. 


Finally, everyone can load up on the hayrack ride and grab their pumpkin from the patch! 

(Note: these will not be the specific order of your tour, each tour will be individualized to better acomodate your own schedule)


Our self-guided centers include the following:

                  • Feeding the Heifers 
                  • C​otton/Corn pits (sensory experiences for students)
                  • Petting Zoo (one-on-one interaction with the animals)
                  • Educational Cow Movie 
                  • Jumping Pillow 
                  • Educational Story about the life cycle of a pumpkin
                  • Corn Maze
                  • Tour Dairy Barn (feel the suction of the cow milkers)
                  • Round Bale Maze 
                  • Finding Fossils 
                  • Playground areas
                  • Garden center (view the life-cycle of a plant) *NEW 2018*
See these "self-guided centers" attractions to give you a better idea of what your experiences will be like! 

*Barrel rides, gem mining, and/or paintball trailer activities are not provided during field trips*

Pop, water, and chips can be provided (at an additional cost) during the weekday.

We look forward to seeing y'all at the farm! 

For more information, comments, or requests regarding tours, 

please email Deb at [email protected] 

or register your trip online today.


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