Yesteryear Village and the Agriculture Department are joining forces for fun-filled, action-packed Fridays throughout the months of June and July! CITY KIDS ON THE FARM, Summertime Program is fun, engaging, interactive and educational.
Be immersed in Agriculture!
Make seed necklaces, a “SALSA” garden, learn about animal care, horse grooming and other ag related activities.
Step back in time and enjoy old-fashioned games, candle making, blacksmithing and more.
Other activities include fishing clinics, water play, clogging, and even baking in a hand-made oven!
Jessica Clasby w/Florida Sugar Cane League
July 23 Chauncy Graham with Florida Sugar Cane League & Deb Burggraaf, Author
July 30 Justin Dunlap w/United Farmers Alliance & Cindy Griffin, teacher: Ag in the Classroom
IMPORTANT: Call (561) 795-3110 for specific daily activities as certain activities do not take place on all days and are subject to inclement weather. All activities end at 2:00 p.m.
Groups of 10 or more, call to reserve a guided tour; otherwise, enjoy a self-guided tour to experience Yesteryear Village and participate in hands-on activities. Please bring picnic lunches and water bottles. Water fountains available on grounds.
Open to all ages. Adult must accompany the child; no drop offs
Adults: $10 (12 and up)
Seniors: $7 (60+)
Children: $7 (6-11)*
Under 5 Free.Reservation
group rate: groups of 10 or more: $5 for students (one teacher free for every 10 students) $10 for accompanying adults.LAMP PASS
holders are welcome June 3 - July 31 on Thursdays and Saturdays only.Call for specific daily activities as certain activities do not take place on all days and are subject to inclement weather. (561) 795-7536
Stop by the Military exhibit located in the Bink Glisson Museum and write a letter to a soldier. We’ll send it to the Forgotten Soldiers Organization.
For tour information or to make a reservation, please email us
or call (561) 795-3110.