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The Petting Farm at Domino’s Farms in Ann Arbor

Last week we ventured out to The Petting Farm at Domino’s Farms in Ann Arbor, which is located at 3001 Earhart Road.  Domino’s Farms covered the cost of our experience so we could share our experience with you.  Your experience may differ.

The Petting Farm at Domino’s Farms Hours and Fees

The Petting Farm is open daily, with seasonal hours, weather permitting.  Currently, hours are daily from 10 am to 4 pm, and on Thursday they open an hour earlier at 9 am.  General admission is $6 per person (children under the age of 2 are free), bags of feed are $2 and tractor rides are $2.    In addition to drop in visits, The Petting Farm at Domino’s Farms offers Family Memberships, Field Trips, Group Visits, Birthday Parties, and Pavilion Rentals.

The mission of the Petting Farm at Domino’s Farms is to serve the community by being a fun and educational place to visit.  In addition to the farm elements, this site is host to Griffith Station, where you can climb inside and explore a real train caboose.

Caboose at Griffith Station in Ann Arbor

The caboose is an amazing living quarters space. Inside you will see includes bunk beds, a full bathroom with shower, kitchen and dining area.  If you have a train lover in your family, this will certainly be at the top of your to see list.

The main barn at The Petting Farm at Domino Farms

The Petting Farm at Domino Farms

The site is home to many different animals for guests to interact with. Guests can see chickens, ducks, alpaca, barn cats, llamas, peafowl, pigs, rabbits, sheep, cows, horses, goats and more.  Feed is available, however, the farm asks that you only feed certain animals during your visit.

Rosaleigh feeding the goats at The Petting Farm at Domino Farms

The main buildings at Domino’s Farms include a beautiful gazebo, pavilion, main barn, pole barn,  and Griffith Station.  Smaller buildings include a chicken coop, peacock coop, and restrooms.

The Petting Farm at Domino Farms Gazebo

There is also a duck pond, where we spotted ducks, geese, and turtles during our visit.

Overall we had a great time exploring the property.  We stayed for about two hours, which included a hayride and lunch in the pavilion.

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Amber Louchart
Author: Amber Louchart

Amber is the proud mother to four beautiful children, Damian (27), Rosaleigh (14), Carlyn (11), and Naomi (8). Her family also includes four cats. She loves being a stay-at-home mom and feels blessed to be able to care for her children full-time and provide them with so many opportunities through Metro Detroit Mommy. In addition to Metro Detroit Mommy, Amber has a passion for hosting karaoke with Malibu Entertainment.  She enjoys the metro Detroit nightlife especially, singing, dancing and meeting new people.