Blackberry Farm

Aurora, IL

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Address: 100 S Barnes Rd, Aurora, IL 60506, USA Number: 630 892 1550 Website Contact How do we get there?

What is there to do?

Blackberry Farm comprises 54 acres of living museum suitable for all ages: a historical trip but not a stuffy one, with it including carousel, paddle boats and pony rides.

There are 5 museums, 40 vintage carriages and 11 Victorian era exhibit stores, spread between 200 varieties of trees, floral displays and historic agricultural gardens.

Other attractions include a restored miniature train to ride plus hay wagon rides, and regular live demonstrations incude blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, sewing and pottery.

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Admission includes unlimited rides on the miniature open air train, the tractor-drawn hay wagon, paddle boats, old fashioned carousel and ponies (weight limit 70 pounds). Ride as often as you like, but please re-enter the line to do so. Note: Pony rides and pedal tractors are available weekends only in May. Pony rides are available seven days a week when school is not in session.

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Picnic areas are available throughout the park.

Healthy Eating Sandwiches, salads, healthful snacks and soft drinks are available at the north end of park in the Summer Kitchen.

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General and custom field trips available for all ages from Pre K upwards.

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Shop carries handcrafted textiles and pottery made in the park.

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When can we go?

2013 Season Hours (effective May 1 through Sept. 30): Monday to Friday 9:30am to 3:30pm, Saturday an

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