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Wheeler Historic Farm

6351 S 900 E Salt Lake City UT 84121
(801) 264-2241
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Pumpkin patch; U-pick and already picked, milk cows, pet the animals, Tractor-Drawn wagon rides, historic equipment, Country Store, Farm Chores, Historic Farm House Tours. Open: Please refer to website for actual dates & times.

Wheeler Historic Farm is a free public park and farm. The park and farm are available to visit 7 days/week.
Purchase wagon rides, cow milking and tour passes at the Rosebud Country Store or the Activity Barn.
Office hours are Monday - Saturday 9AM - 6PM.

Following the death of Henry Wheeler Sr., the farm was sold to Sterling Furniture Co. and its president Richard Madsen.

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Wheeler Historic Farm invites visitors to remember what it was like to visit the family farm for a special event like Christmas dinner or the harvest. The historic setting offers a trip back in time as visitors see what life was like on a 19th century farm in Utah. A variety of special events are scheduled to coincide with the seasons, ranging from Halloween parties to spring planting festivals.

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This living-history dairy farm, where you can see demonstrations of farming and daily activities from the late 19th century, features hundred-year-old farm buildings, a small petting zoo, and a nature preserve. Activities include experiencing various farm chores, such as egg gathering and cow milking, farmhouse tours, and tractor-driven wagon rides. Allow 1 to 2 hours. A variety of annual...

A living example of Utah's family farming past.

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The major addition of South Cottonwood Regional Park has brought added beauty and character to this hundred-year-old farm. Jogging trails, picnic areas and acres of bluegrass...

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very nice

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A historic farm, that's free to enter (activities such as tractor rides are normally priced).
Quite a number of animals to see, a nice playground for children,
interesting exhibits.
nice place

fun free family outing

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This was once upon a time a working farm the farmhouse still stands and is open for tours, though I've never gone. It is a great place for a nice walk or a picnic. They have a happening farmers market on Sundays in the summer.

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A working historic farm!

Cover photo courtesy of Nick Ziter

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