The Farmstead welcomes all groups. Reservations are requested.
A replica of a 1900s general store, Vic's General Store sells Farmstead merchandise, old-time candy and taffy, toys so that you are able to take home a little of the past.
Hand-dipped ice cream is featured at the Alex & Emily's Ice Cream Parlor. Other concession food and snacks are also available.
The Farmstead has just about any animal found on a Kansas family farm in the 19th Century.
Set among our apple orchard, just east of the mining camp, is a replica of a 1900 one-room country schoolhouse.
Using a sifter, guests can pour their "rough" and move it around in the water to see what wonderful gems they discover.
Staff cares for calves of the major dairy breeds and the resident milking cow in and around the barn.
The encampment and earthen lodge are historically accurate, culturally sensitive replicas of a small Kanza Indian village.
Stepping inside the bank is like stepping back in time with the building's tin ceilings, old-fashioned tellers cage, and cannon ball safe.
Take a relaxing 10-15 minute horse drawn hayride through the woods on the perimeter of the Farmstead.
Cast your old-fashioned cane pole into Grandpa Bob's Fishing Pond and pull out a fish nearly every single time.
Hop on one of our ponies, led by an attendant, and meander around a figure-eight trail.
Children can pick their favorite child-size metal tractor and take it out for a spin on the circle track.
The Farmstead has three play areas for visiting children, including a large covered red slide coming out of a barn.