Educational Farm Tours

"If thou wilt receive my words, and hide my commandments with thee;
So that thou incline thine ear unto wisdom, and apply thine heart to
understanding; Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, and liftest up thy voice for
understanding; If thou seekest her as silver, and searchest for her as for hid
treasures;Then shalt thou understand the fear of the Lord,
and find the knowledge of God."

Proverbs 2: 2- 5
Field Trips - Road Trips -  Farm Tours - Charter Tour Bus Groups

  • Visitors to the farm may tour on a donation basis.  Thank you in advance for your donations; they enable
    us to  continue providing services to our community and beyond.  

  • Tours for individuals, families, schools, clubs, and charter buses; Drop by or Pre-schedule

  • Suggested donation per tour or per day of touring is $5 per person

  • Groups larger than 20 please call to schedule - phone or email

  • Each individual tour will take approximately  2 hours

  • Combination or General Farm Tours:  A seasonal combination of several tours  for a  combined tour length
    of 2 hours (approximately 15 minutes for each individual section)

  • Recommended Touring Times: 9 AM, 10 AM, 11 AM, 12 NOON, 1 PM, 2 PM, 3 PM, 4 PM  

  • One Free Teacher or Leader for every 10 paid participants

  • Our Wagon Ride Trailer has an easy load sloped ramp entrance & wooden bench seats

  • Tours available for the youngest to the eldest

Sheep & Shepherding Tours

  • Shepherd's Cross is a working sheep farm, with several hundred head of sheep.  
  • The lambs are born in the spring (March & April) - a wonderful time to visit - Spring Field Trips
  • Watch the mama ewes & wee lambs from the 4 story farm silo - "bird's eye view"
  • Learn about the sheep and the shepherd, as well as the Great Shepherd, and how we are His sheep
  • A portion of this tour is indoors and includes the farm museum and the wool mill.  
  • The flock at Shepherd's Cross is raised in the pasture and is Animal Welfare Approved.  
  • Shepherd's Cross has been raising sheep for nearly three decades.  
  • Shepherding Tours available Mid-March - Mid September
  • Tour participants will each have the opportunity to pet the FAB (Farm Animal Barn) Sheep (when available)
  • Sheep & Shepherding Movie

1.  Walking - Sheep &  Shepherding Guided Tour       
Donation based - drop in or schedule (suggested $5 per person)
2.  Riding - Sheep & Shepherding Guided Tour
Wagon Ride in pasture with the flock -  $7 per person - please pre-schedule

Bible Garden Tour

  • Garden visitors walk through approximately one acre of ornamental, vegetable, fruit and herb gardens.
  • Over 100 varieties of plants are related to the Bible through placards, tour guides and audio recording.  
  • Garden tours are fragrant, uplifting, peaceful and educational.  
  • Only a handful of Bible Gardens exist in the world today.  
  • Tours are available year round & are individualized
  • Tours available for the youngest gardener to the most experienced gardener
  • Bible Garden Tours are outdoor tours

1.  Self  Guided Garden Tour - donation based  (suggested $3 per person) - drop in or schedule
2.  Guided Garden Tour - donation based  (suggested $5 per person) - drop in or schedule
3.  Self - Guided Audio Tour -  donation based  (suggested $5 per person) - drop in or schedule
4.  Guided Garden Tour with Take Home Plant Activity - $7 per person - please schedule

Bible Garden Tour Additional Information

We Host Birthday Parties: schedule a tour & bring your cake - we reserve picnic tables
                                                               for you ( in inclement weather tables available in the tour barn)
Woolly Weekend Tours

  • Last Full Weekend of April
  • Watch as the sheep get their annual hair cut (sheep shearing).
  • The wool is made into several finished shawls the same weekend.  Spinning, weaving, felting, hand dying
    and knitting demonstrators will bring fiber arts to life.  
  • Bible Garden Tours and a trip up the Educational Silo to the Farm Museum finish off the day

1.  Woolly Basic Package -  donation based (suggested $5 per person)

Additional Information Woolly Weekend

Fall Harvest  -   Pumpkin Festival Tours
More Than a Pumpkin Patch!

  • Last Full Weekend of September through First Full Weekend of November
  • Pumpkin Patch -  Farm Animal Barn - Hay Maze - Pumpkin Vines - Story Time - Farm Museum -
  • Silo & Threshing - Tractor Demos - all included in all of our packages

1.  Pumpkin Festival Basic Package - donation based (suggested $5 per person)

2.  Pumpkin Festival Mini Pumpkin - Wagon Ride - Scarecrow - Package - $7 per person

3.  Pumpkin Festival Small Pumpkin - Wagon Ride - Scarecrow - Package - $8 per person

4.  Pumpkin Festival Regular Pumpkin - Wagon Ride - Scarecrow - Package - $10 per person

Additional Information Pumpkin Festival

Living Nativity - Pecan & Black Walnut Festival

  • 2nd and 3rd Weekends of December
  • Nativity Manger and farm animal scene with scripture
  • Biblical dramatic story telling - Little Shepherd and/or Christmas Musicians
  • Period Demonstrations
  • Coloring & one take home craft - all included in all our packages

1.  Nativity Basic Package -  donation based (suggested $5 per person)

2.  Nativity  - Journey with the Shepherds - Wagon Ride  - Ornament Package -  - $7 per person

3.  Nativity  - Journey with the Shepherds - Wagon Ride  -  Wreath Package -  - $10 per person

Additional Information About Living Nativity - Pecan & Black Walnut Festival

When requested, an Educational Bag will be distributed to scheduled groups.  
Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom - for Educational Components related to Farm Seasons & Tours


Tuesday thru Saturday  
Year Round

Extended Hours & Days
for Special Events

Sundays & Mondays
July 4th Weekend
Christmas week
New Year's week &
Thanksgiving week
Not responsible for accident or injury of any kind.  Participants attend and participate at their own risk.
16792 East 450 Road,
Claremore, OK 74017-0935

Hwy 66 & then  2.5 miles East on Akin Road
(EW 45 Road or EW 450 Road)

Contact us by e-mail:
(copy & paste address; this is not a link)