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    Don’t take your kids there during the weekend. I took my daughter there on Sunday and it was a total nightmare. The line for everything was rediculous! We waited for at least 45 mins just to get in. My daughter is 2 1/2 and I had to pay full price for her. Cost me close to 40 bucks for her and I. Then we had to wait in line (at least 20 mins each time) for the two meager bouncy jump they had for her age and to use the bathroom.The line to purchase a pumpkin was even more rediculous. We left without getting one, which probably worked out better because I’m sure the price would have been outrageous!

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    Why on earth have these animals been brought and taken out of there natural habitats to be on display in tiny cages, (unlike a big zoo) for children to gawk at in a cornfield in Melville Long Island? Greed. White Post farm is a FARM. NOT a ZOO. I felt sorry for the Camel, and Lemurs. Plus to add on the Fact that they charge way too much for admission and feed. save your money. Go to the Bronx Zoo.

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    This was the best end of summer event ever for the kids. We had and amazing time,from the events to the farm animals. You will not be disappointed! I can wait for the summer events…

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    A very nice farm that isn’t too expensive. A lot to do to keep the kids happy. Some of the animals that they have seems out of place, like the kangaroo and tortoises. A bit far for me but probably would return.

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    Went to farm on Sunday, traffic on rt 110 horrendous!! finally parked, lines to enter park outrageous!! should have turned back…entered farm couldn’t move we were like cattle getting ready for slaughter. The owners only see $$$, you couldn’t enjoy anything… thousands of people, lines for hours, absolutely horrible experience. Shame on the owners of white post farms for taking $17.00 a head and giving us nothing in return. You clearly having to think about the amount of people your capable of handling.