KC Edventures Guide for Ages 3-5

Deanna Rose Farmstead

Deanna Rose Farmstead Deanna Rose Farmstead Pic by Jacquie

Visit your favorite farm animals, explore playgrounds, draw on slates at the old schoolhouse or watch 'farmers' milk a cow.  There are also prairie dogs, pony rides and a barn slide.  With so much to do at Deanna Rose, your kids won’t want to leave!

Before Your Visit:

  • Wear comfortable shoes - you do a lot of walking!
  • Bring water bottles & snacks
  • Bring quarters to buy feed for the animals.
  • Don't forget your camera.
  • Read one of these great books before you visit:


Explore Deanna Rose Farmstead:

Pick up a map when you enter the Farmstead.

  • NEW THIS YEAR:  The Educational Pavilion (located near the General Store) will host FREE public programs at 11am, 1pm & 3 pm daily.  Programs will highlight turn-of-the-century farmlife and be interactive for kids.
  • Explore one of 3 kids playground areas.
  • Try the Barn slide and then watch the rabbits hop around their home.
  • Visit your favorite farm animals - there are chickens, turkeys, cows, pigs, goats, horses and many others!
  • Ride the pedal tractors.
  • Visit the chicken coop and feed the chickens.
  • See the turtles and fish in the Koi pond - how many turtles can you count?
  • Watch the prairie dogs dig tunnels.
  • Tour the Dairy Barn to see calves, and milk a pretend cow!  Staff also has milking demos at 9:30 am and 4:30 pm daily.

Discover More:


View Deanna Rose Farmstead in a larger map






Additional Info

  • Nature & Animals: Gardening, Parks & Trails, Farm Animals, Horses, Native Animals, Pond Habitats
  • Historic: Native Americans, Wars & Memorials
  • Toys, Hobbies & Play: Playgrounds
  • Life Skills: Gardening

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Hours & Admission along with Special Event Info



 If your kids have their hearts set on bottle-feeding the baby goats, visit early in the day as they are small and won't be able to be fed all day yet.





Some activities, such as pony rides, mining & bottlefeeding goats will cost add'l $$