Willoughby Heritage Farm

4.810 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
  • Address: 631 Willoughby Ln, Collinsville, IL 62234, USA, Hamel, United States
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6183467529
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Farm

You are assured to spend a memorable day-out visiting the Willoughby Heritage Farm. The farm is given a vintage look dating back to the period of 1950. The farm looks really old as it is equipped with barns, tractors, and a craftsman farmhouse. You can spot a good number of hens, pigs, and goats at this place. Covering an area of 30 acres, this facility offers features like hiking trails and bridges. You can also check out the scenic beauty of the prairie location from the Willoughby Heritage Farm. To people of all age groups, this spot is appropriate to visit.

How to Reach Willoughby Heritage Farm

  • Bus 21 to stop - Summit Ave & Madison Ave
  • Bus 21 to stop - Summit Ave & Dooner Dr

  • Willoughby Heritage Farm Address: 631 Willoughby Ln, Collinsville, IL 62234, USA, Hamel, United States
  • Willoughby Heritage Farm Contact Number: +1-6183467529
  • Willoughby Heritage Farm Timing: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
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Willoughby Heritage Farm Reviews & Ratings

  • Fun place for kids with a playground and goats to feed and pet. Lots of other animals to look at. We had a child's birthday party here and it was fun and very reasonably priced for the picnic shelter rental.

  • I just rented the farm for my wedding in September. Jerry was helpful ahead of time, but some information was either not told to me or wasn't clear so we had many issues once we got there to set up. The lady who was there was rude and not helpful and accused us -during my wedding- of stealing a walker. We rented the house for taking pictures before the wedding and the house was dirty and there were items that were all over the beds and puking out of the closets. Other than that, the grounds was a decent venue. But i would recommend that you spend your money elsewhere seeing as though they tack on charges for every little thing and you are just paying for a barn and some grass , they don't really provide anything else.

  • Fun for kids, not crowded, very clean. Dog friendly. There were walking trails but I didn't go on them. Free, 25 cents to feed goats a handful of food.

  • Walked the longest trail. It was a good experience for my first ever hike. I would do it again, but do a shorter trail. It is a very nice place to visit.

  • What a beautiful setting tucked away in Collinsville. The history of the barn was fantastic. The farm animals were adorable. The playground was the big hit! So much to do! It was relaxing just to sit and let the kids run and play on playground. Thank you Willoughby Family for this thoughtful gift.

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