The Tuscaloosa Barnyard is perfect for your group.
Our farm was built from the ground up with a class like yours in mind. Each area is laid out for parents and children to participate in what we call "rotations". It's a structured environment yet flexible & fun!
We spend about 20 mins in each rotation working with the children in activities such as bottle feeding a baby animal, petting and feeding other farm animals, horse riding, and a tractor drawn wagon ride. We also offer educational time where they'll learn a little about chickens, milking a cow and farm life.
They'll enjoy other attractions such as the corn crib, rat racers, life-sized fiberglass milking cow, feeding the ducks and fish and the super fun cow train. In the fall we provide a pumpkin patch and other festivities. There's even play time so everyone can just relax and enjoy themselves. We have 2 playgrounds and the amazing jumping pillow. Hand washing stations, drinking fountains and restrooms are on site. For lunch time there are 4 pavilions with picnics tables.
We also have a country store where guests can buy souvenir t-shirts for only $5 each as well as drinks and snacks. Before loading the bus at the end of the day we give everyone popsicles.
We look forward to hosting your group!
Available Monday thru Friday
9am to 1pm (4 Hour Event)
Groups of 18 or less $216 (min)
Schools or Groups of more than 18 total children
$12 per person (including parents)
Parents must pay at the gate (cash or credit)
(or ahead of time through the school)
Fall Pumpkins $3 per child (bus friendly field trip size)
larger sizes available for parents ranging from $3-$7 each
Spring Easter Egg Hunt $3 per child
(includes egg hunt, bubbles & ring pop)
No charge for class teacher and 1 aid.
Book now pay later using our live availability calendar.
Call or Text Kami for additional information 205.454.8841
All entrance fees and purchases are subject to Alabama Sales Tax
unless you have exemption status.
Open to the Public Hours
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Under Alabama law, an agritourism professional is not liable for injury, sickness, or damage to, or the death of, a participant in an agritourism activity at this location if the injury, sickness, damage, or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of an agritourism activity include risks of injury, sickness, damage, or death inherent to land, equipment, and animals as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, sickness, damage, or death, or for another participant to act in a manner that may cause your injury, sickness, damage or death.
You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.
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