The staff at Popeś Museum and Farm know that children of all ages need time outdoors, and that time outdoors with friendly animals makes a good day even better. Animals at Pope´s Farm love the affection and attention of people. Some examples at the farm are Dixie our Jersey Cow, Eeyore our miniature donkey, Sinbad our ´fainting´goat, and chickens, rabbits, and our sweet farm cat Henry. Learning and loving God´s creation is woven into each activity, and it shows in how we serve our families and animals. Events here at Pope´s Museum and Farm include hands on activities where touching and learning go together. Those that want to can join in feeding the animals, and for the brave and bold ´poop patrol´ is available as well!
More than just animals, Pope's Museum and Farm provides fun in a variety of ways. Tire swings, sandboxes and simulation driving and photo opportunities with the Pope's Tractor as also part of the adventure.
Nothing sounds as sweet as the laughter of your child as they swing on an old fashioned tire swing (while being supervised). Kids are thrilled to sit in driver's seat of the tractor as they dream of tilling the soil and working the ground. Pope's Museum and Farm is proud to bring outdoor, educational and wholesome fun at a budget friendly price. Bring a lunch and/or birthday cake as outdoor picnic space is also available. Also included is free parking for cars, buses and RVS. Pope's Pixie Cottage is on site for your refrigeration and restroom needs.
Tips for your trip.
Children MUST be supervised at all times as we are an enjoy "at your own risk"* farm. No child is allowed on site without an adult.
Wear closed toed shoes. All parties must have shoes on to enter farm gate.
Sunscreen, bug spray and water are always a good idea.
Please keep all personal pets at home.
Safety of the children and animals paramount at all times. Pope´s Museum and Farm reserves the right to restrict any activities that endanger children or animals.
WARNING: Under Georgia law, an agritourism professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in agritourism activities resulting from the inherent risks of agritourism activities, pursuant to Article 8 of Chapter 14 of Title 2 of the Official Code of Georgia (http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/20072008/69647.pdf).