Domino's Farms

★★★★☆
  • 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr

    Ann Arbor, MI 48105

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  • 734-994-8751

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Dominos Farms is a fun place to take the kids. I was surprised by the number of animals they have. We spent three hours there and didn't see everything. They have a barn with pigs, llamas, goats, etc., a pond with plenty of ducks and geese to feed, a large chicken coop, and lots of large pens with various rare breeds. They are now open year round and in the fall they have a corn maze.

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Dominos Farms is a fun place to take the kids. I was surprised by the number of animals they have. We spent three hours there and didn't see everything. They have a barn with pigs, llamas, goats, etc., a pond with plenty of ducks and geese to feed, a large chicken coop, and lots of large pens with various rare breeds. They are now open year round and in the fall they have a corn maze.

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I've taken my child to Domino's farms a handful of times and we've always enjoyed it. We've been on both hot and COLD days and have found plenty to do each time. There are always a variety of animals in the main barn to pet and ducks to feed at the pond. There are also animals in large fenced areas whose feed troughs are near the main walkway. There are periodically animal shows/demonstrations. There's also a hayride and sometimes pony rides. I would recommend calling ahead as they are occasionally closed for private parties.

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I've taken my child to Domino's farms a handful of times and we've always enjoyed it. We've been on both hot and COLD days and have found plenty to do each time. There are always a variety of animals in the main barn to pet and ducks to feed at the pond. There are also animals in large fenced areas whose feed troughs are near the main walkway. There are periodically animal shows/demonstrations. There's also a hayride and sometimes pony rides. I would recommend calling ahead as they are occasionally closed for private parties.

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