Public Barn Tours

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Important Note: We have recently switched to an online waiver system! Prior to coming to our sanctuary for a tour, please fill out our online waiver. Thank you!

Public tours are a great way to learn more about Heartland and meet our rescued farm animal residents! Tours are approximately 75 minutes long and the fee is $12 per person (kids 1 and under are free). If you’re looking for a more kid-friendly option for the younger ones, please check out our Open Barns! Open Barn dates are listed on the tour registration page. Unlike our structured public tours, Open Barns allow you to drop in at the sanctuary anytime during the hours listed to visit and spend time with your favorite animal groups. You can stay the full two hours, or 15 minutes! It’s up to you.

Registration for public tours is required, and for animal safety reasons, drop-ins are not permitted. Click here to register.

Please arrive on time for the tour you wish to attend as tours begin promptly at the time listed. The barn is located at 11713 Mid Town Road in Verona, WI. All food and snacks should be left in your vehicle. Tours are held rain or shine!

Heartland offers $5 barn tours for Veterans and their family members. Please RSVP for the tour of your choice by emailing VisitUs@HeartlandFarmSanctuary.org.

If you are a Stable Supporter eligible for FREE Open Barn days, we kindly ask you to RSVP by emailing VisitUs@HeartlandFarmSanctuary.org. Thank you for your ongoing support of Heartland!
Public Tour Dates:
    • August 10 (1 and 3 PM)
    • August 17 (1 and 3 PM)
    • August 24 (1 and 3 PM)
    • August 31 (1 PM)
    • OPEN BARN: September 1 from 1-3 PM
    • September 7 (1 and 3 PM)
    • September 14 (1 PM)
    • September 21 (1 and 3 PM)
    • September 28 (1 PM)
Note: Conditions at the barn are sometimes muddy. Wear appropriate (close-toed) shoes and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Long pants are best. You may want to bring along a filled water bottle for hot days. Tours are held rain or shine!

Also, please note that Heartland staff has the right and responsibility to keep our sanctuary residents safe. Tour guests displaying inappropriate or unsafe behavior may be asked to leave the sanctuary.

Want to bring a donation for the animals? We always need paper towel, cans of pumpkin, sliced bread, 55-gallon trash bags & more! Check out our full Sanctuary Wish List here. Thank you!
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