Groups and Tours

Aerial view of FarmsteadLarge Group Reservations

Large Group Reservations are not scheduled or guided tours, but in order to have appropriate staffing, we request that groups complete a group reservation form to let us know how many are in your group and your arrival date and time.

*$3/person admission fee applies.

Reservations for each season begin in February of that year.


The Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead offers two tour packages. There is a tour group minimum of 10 guests.

There is a $10 permit fee for tours. To make your reservation, please call 913-895-6390.  Please note that all tour packages must be paid in full at the time of reservation.

Build you own Farmstead Tour Invoice.

Fees are refundable only due to inclement weather.

Guided Farm Tour

Groups of 10-40 people may make special arrangements for guided tours of the Farmstead on weekdays. Tour groups must provide one adult for every 10 children over the age of 3, or one adult for every six children, 3 and under.

Cost: $7 per person (children and adults)


  • admission to the Farmstead,
  • guided tour,
  • a private area for kids to eat lunch (meals not provided),
  • wagon ride, and
  • feed for the animals.

The field trip scholarship program assists eligible schools and organizations who find the cost of a tour prohibitive. The scholarship allows 35 guests per school or facility admission to the Farmstead and a guided farm tour.

Teachers and administrators can apply online.

Historical Lesson in the One Room Schoolhouse

Kansas History School Tour

Groups of 10-30 students, first- through fifth-grade, and their chaperones can take a guided tour of the facility that includes historical lessons in the one-room country schoolhouse and Indian Encampment and fishing at Grandpa Bob's Fishing Pond.

Cost: $7 per person


  • admission to the Farmstead,
  • use of period costumes,
  • class photo,
  • area for lunch (meals not provided),
  • historical lessons and
  • fishing.

Availability: Three tour slots daily, Monday-Thursday, 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.