Friends of the Farmstead so appreciates your donations, memberships, attendance at events, and support of our commemorative gifts program! All help us ensure that Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead continues entertaining your family and educating our community about our Kansas agricultural history for years to come. See you at the farmstead!
Click here to get a special behind-the-scenes look at the Farmstead (and meet some special guests!) We encourage you to set aside ten minutes with your whole family, and watch together and learn!
About The Farmstead
Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead was established in 1978 to depict a turn of the century farm in Kansas. The Farmstead has nearly 250 animals and birds of prey, vegetable and flower gardens, a one-room schoolhouse, an old-time fishing pond, pony rides, and much more. Activities, attractions, and programs are provided April 1 through October 31 in a 12-acre educational farm environment that cultivates an appreciation of farm life, wildlife, and Kansas Heritage.
Learn more about the history and namesake of the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead.
Visit the City of Overland Park’s website for all information on attractions, programs, rentals, and more.
The Farmstead's mission is to connect guests to the history and heritage of early 1900's Kansas. Visitors of all ages interact with animals, mine for gemstones, bottle-feed pygmy goats, and watch a live milking demonstration. Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead is a place to make family memories.