Milky Way Farm, Pulaski

520 Milky Way Rd., Pulaski, TN 38478 Directions


Report | 7 years ago
Very disorganized event if you can call it an event
Report | 8 years ago
Wait can be long, fortunately we were one of the first there. I would have been impatient if I had to wait longer than I already did. Fun experience, but next year I would advise more walking or more polaris's to transport.
Report | 8 years ago
It wasnt what i was expecting. The tour guide was really good. I think i would rather go on like a tour to Milky Way farms.
Report | 8 years ago
Not very good.
Report | 8 years ago
Not scary. Long wait for about a five minute "scare".
Report | 8 years ago
It had potential, but not scary. My 12yr old son and his friend laughed the entire time. Milky Way is a beautiful farm, maybe a better day trip.
Report | 8 years ago
Report | 8 years ago
The Haunted Woods and Feeder Barn were SCAREY. I would like to know if they offer a tour of the Mansion at reg times
Report | 8 years ago
More for kids
Report | 8 years ago
Not enough people wking very hard to find

About this Business

Farms may not sprout candy bars, but a candy bar produced Milky Way Farm. The sprawl of fertile, Middle Tennessee land was bought by Frank Mars in the 1930s, with money from his Milky Way candy bar. In the decades since then, the farm's 1,100 acres have supported a menagerie of prize Hereford cattle, horses, and sheep, as well as an elegant Tudor manor house currently on the National Historic Registry. Its chestnut beams and stone walls make it a sumptuous wedding venue, while its 20 bedrooms could be quite the slumber party for a teen and her least-close friends. The farm plays host to other types of fun, too, from celebrations and meetings to trail runs & rides.

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