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Pioneer Farm Museum Discount Tickets – Interactive Fun For The Family

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Pioneer Farm Museum $7.20 Tickets – Interactive Fun For The Family

Groupon has discount tickets available for Pioneer Farm, in Eatonville, WA. This is such a fun deal, and makes for an affordable summer activity to do with kids too.

Tickets are on sale for $8 per ticket (23% off) or $7.20 per ticket, (28% off) when you buy a 2 pack. Plus, right now, get a full 35% off with the current sale (no coupon needed), through tomorrow. That means the $8 tickets would be just $7.20 (compare to regular price of $10 for kids and $11 for adults at the museum). So if you are buying for a family, those savings can really add up.

This interactive farm is tons of fun, especially for younger kids (preschool and early school age is the best ages from my experience – but it can be fun for all ages). Guests can explore the Ohop tribe village and enjoy traditional activities, have fun on a buggy ride, and participate in a craft session.

All of my kids have visited the Pioneer farm on class field trips, and when they were younger and we all still remember turning cream into butter and more activities. I love it for the kids as it is immersive (they get to actually do things to experience how things were in earlier times, verses just looking at things). During my kids visits they got to do things like make butter, weave and more.

Here are the current offers for Pioneer Farms Discount Tickets:

Pioneer Tour for One (through 11/20/2022) – $9
On sale right now (no promo code needed) for $7.20 a ticket!

Pioneer Tour for Two (through 11/20/2022) – $17
On sale right now (no promo code needed) for $13.60 a Groupon or $6.80 per person)!

There is also a FREE Founders Day event coming up on October 9th, from 11am to 4pm, where they are offering Free Pioneer Farm and Indian Village Tours Wagon Ride $1/person, Make a Candle $1each and more!

What is included with this deal:

  • What’s included:
    • Native American Seasons Tour with a chance to participate in traditional activities such as shooting with a bow and arrows, using a bow drill, weaving, and more
    • Pioneer Farm Tour gives you a chance to interact with farm animals, and do pioneer chores, such as churning cream into butter, grinding wheat into flour, washing clothes on a washboard, and more
  • When can I visit?: the village is open Saturday and Sunday. The first tour is at 11:15 a.m. the last tour starts at 4 p.m. After Fathers Day they are open daily through Labor Day.
  • What to bring: lunch or snacks
  • Amenities: picnic areas

The “90-minute tour — held multiple times throughout the afternoon every day in the summer and then on weekends — takes you back to the 1880s and the families who lived and worked in the original homestead cabins on this lush farm. Led by a friendly guide, you and the fam can dress up like pioneers — even have hair curled with an old iron and faces shaved with a dulled straight razor — then participate in exciting chores that kept these old school farms running. From churning cream and scrubbing laundry to pounding out horseshoes and spudding bark from a log, the kids will have an old-fashioned good time while learning about olden days. Meet and pet farm animals, get educated in the school house, jump in the hay bales, and enjoy a snack at the trading post before returning to the present and trying to convince your kids that making the bed is as fun as gathering eggs. ”

Your tour includes visiting two homestead cabins built in the 1880’s and learn about the families who built and lived in them. Do the chores that pioneer children would have done in our log activity cabin such as: grinding grains, churning cream, scrubbing laundry, and carding wool. You may dress up like pioneers, get you hair curled with a old curling iron and shave with a dulled straight razor.

Get the discount tickets here.

Fine Print: 

Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 30 per person. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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