Overall, I enjoyed the visit to the farm. I did feel a bit weird going here alone (not to mention a little creepy holding a giant camera) and looking around to see mostly young children with their parents or grandparents. I guess I'm trying to hold on to the last bit of child within me.
The Farm offers a mandatory tram ride through the greater part of the property and doesn't slow down or stop to let you enjoy the beauty. This saddened me a little because there were at least two moments when I wanted to jump out and capture the perfect light shining through the golden trees. Some of my best photos from that day are still in my mind. I'm hoping to get access to the gated-off part of the farm sometime. Maybe if I offer some of my photos.
After the tram ride, passengers are dropped off at the main attraction. This is where it becomes very little-kid-like. You can feed the goats, watch the elephant show, see some colorful birds, or just wander around and enjoy the weather. For the adult in me, there was samples of Anheuser-Busch's latest. And this is where I didn't get carded. I think my favorite part was seeing the world-famous Clydesdale horses.
All in all, it is a pretty neat place, especially for children, and they do a good job of appeasing the adults along with that. :) For those who are like me--both child and adult--I think you would enjoy! Number 5 - Check!