Agriculture touches lives on an everyday basis. We all eat food grown on farms and wear clothing made from natural products. National Ag Day is a day to recognize the contributions of agriculture to the world. Living History Farms partners with a wide variety of community partners who are a part of today’s agricultural story to celebrate the role of Iowa and its agriculture. Guests can learn about how food products are made on the Iowa farm, the best food for a long and healthy life, and more through several fun activities and crafts. Along with fun ag-themed activities from our partners, enjoy livestock demos, food samples, antique machinery on display, visits to some of our historic sites, and tractor and gator rides in the 1875 town of Walnut Hill.
Cultivating Sponsor: Meier Bernstein Foundation
Event Partners: The Brenton Arboretum, Blank Park Zoo, The Gardeners of America, Green Iowa AmeriCorps, Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge, Polk County Master Gardeners, Sustainable Iowa Land Trust
Save money when you get your tickets in advance online. Advanced tickets go on sale February 13 at 10am and will be available through March 16 at noon. Tickets will also be available at the door. Tickets required for everyone 2 years and older. Children 1 and under are free.
|Adults (13+)||Children (2-12)||Member Adults (13+)||Member Children (2-12)|
Available Feb. 13 (10am) – Mar. 16 (noon)
|Tickets at the Door
Available Mar. 17