10501 Gravois Rd
Saint Louis
MO 63123

Grant's Farm

Wildlife Center/ZooCultural SitePark/Recreation AreaWildlife HabitatPedestrian FriendlyWheelchair AccessibleBird and Wildlife WatchingEcotourism Resource

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The historic 281 acre home of the Busch family, the park is named after Ulysses S. Grant who farmed a portion of this land in the 1850's. Grant's Farm is home to more than 100 different wildlife species from six continents. Admission is free (however parking is not) as well as most shows and tours. The park runs regular guided tram tours to view the wide selection of animals that roam the park's wildlife areas. The park also offers many attractions of a less wild nature, including the Budweiser Clydesdale stables.

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