Grant’s Farm will reopen on May 28 with a new parking reservation policy


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ST. LOUIS– Grant’s Farm is reopening all the amenities of its park from May 28th. Customers will be greeted with a new parking reservation policy to ensure their comfort and safety.

There will be social distancing, local mask wearing requirements, and other safety guidelines in place.

The park will reopen completely on May 28 and will operate 7 days a week until August 22. The park’s opening hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Grant’s Farm also has a mandatory reservation parking policy in place for 2021. Visitors can drive to and reserve a 30-minute arrival time window.

Reservations will give you a timed entry. There will be 80 reservation spaces available during each 30 minute window.

Customers can stay for as long as they want for the day.

Guests will find familiar favorites including tram rides through the park, rides, animal shows, goat feeding, renovated and expanded parakeet feeding, camel rides, horse stables from Clydesdale, the Tier Garten and the Hospitality Bar.

The general manager of Grant’s Farm said his team were excited to reopen the entire park after recently reopening Deer Park Adventure earlier this month.

“Everything customers know and love about Grant’s Farm is back, along with some expanded and improved experiences. Customers will likely notice that we’ve made some changes to ensure social distancing and other safety measures, ”Grant’s Farm General Manager Scott Smith said in a statement.

Smith also says what hasn’t changed is the fun and family hospitality that has made Grant’s Farm a favorite attraction in St. Louis.

You can find out more about the timetables and find a link to parking reservations at

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