Grant’s Farm is a historic farm and long-standing landmark in Grantwood Village, Missouri. The property was at one time owned by Ulysses S. Grant and prior to that, by the Dent family. Grant’s Farm, located at 10501 Gravois Road in Saint Louis, MO is a fabulous and free way to spend a day with the family. The site sits on 281 acres of the ancestral home of the Busch family and features over 900 animals, petting zoo, and educational programs.
An open air tram takes you on a ride through different sections of the park where you will get close up views of animals like Longhorn Cattle, Capybaras, and Kangaroos.
Regular animal shows include “Animal Encounter”, devoted to showcasing the park’s many animals, and “Elephant Education”, which highlights the intelligence, skills, and facts about elephants. Another excellent feature of the site is the Clydesdale stable. See the magnificent creatures up close and learn more about these iconic St. Louis animals.
Admission to Grant’s Farm in Saint Louis is free and it is open from April until the end of October. Educational shows in the park are free and worth watching! Your kids will love the tram ride, animals, and excitement of Grants Farm.
Grant’s Farm Location:
10501 Gravois Road, Saint Louis MO
Hours: Closed Monday
Tuesday – Friday: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 9:30am – 4:00pm
Parking: $12 per vehicle, $30 per bus, $40 for a season parking pass.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes, call 314.843.1700 to inquire about wheelchair rental if you do not have your own.