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Grandpa Tiny's Farm
Ranked #10 of 28 things to do in Frankenmuth
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: A small heritage farm started by William 'Tiny' Zehnder that offers animal petting, farm education, wagon rides and seasonal fun. Check our Facebook page or website to see what's happening currently at the farm.
Reviewed 14 May 2018

we just visited Grandpa Tiny's Farm for the 1st time.. LOVE LOVE... The animals are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE and the couple running it were very friendly and knowledgeable. I miss Pedro and Emmalynn already!! A great experience for all ages.

Thank Glen8675
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Our little guy loves these types of places. This one cost $5.00 per person. They had a pony, 2 goats, 6 peacocks,a sheep, lots of chickens and a rooster. They have a corn maze (which is really just a path you follow) and some old buildings that don't have anything in them. Sorry to say, l would not go back.

2  Thank brenda s
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Wendy W, Farmer at Grandpa Tiny's Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 6 April 2018

Hi Brenda,
While we are glad that your little guy enjoyed himself we can certainly understand that your expectations may differ. We do have an abundance of historical buildings at the farm and are happy to announce the opening of the Historical Farming museum, the Herb Ill Granary and the Roberts Workshop in May. They are full of interesting history for adults and children. We'd like to thank everyone that came out for our first year personally during the major farm projects as we instill many exciting things in the months and years to come!

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Reviewed 3 October 2017

It's very hands on. The petting zoo was fun. You will learn something about the animals, their fields and how they are protecting the waterways and streams around their farm. The are very aware of algae and what causes it.

Thank Laura B
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Reviewed 22 August 2017

The owner was so nice, and really took the time to make sure we had a good visit. All the animals were well fed, and well taken care of...

Thank Heather K
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Reviewed 31 July 2017

It's a small farm, but had a wide variety of animals for the kids to see and pet. They also had a narrated wagon ride that highlighted a lot of interesting facts about the farm and they reason why they plant and when they plant the crops. It was also interesting to hear their future plans for the farm.

My grandkids can't wait to go back.

Thank Cindy L
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