This petting zoo and pig museum invites families to visit critters including pigs, dogs, sheep, and mini horses, among other activities
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- What’s included:
- Admission tickets
- Water or soft drinks
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About Where Pigs Fly
Grunt and Babe have a few things in common. For starters, they're both gigantic hogs weighing in at more than 1,000 pounds. They both also call Where Pigs Fly "home," and they're not alone. More than 400 critters reside on the property, making Where Pigs Fly the perfect place for families to interact with and learn about animals. Where Pigs Fly isn't just a humongous petting zoo, though—read on to learn about all the things you can do here:
- Browse the museum: In an attempt to be the largest pig museum in the world, Where Pigs Fly has amassed a collection of thousands of pig-related knickknacks and souvenirs. People from all over the U.S. have even joined the museum's efforts by donating their own pig collections.
- Interact with critters: Once you've finished exploring the museum's dizzying collection of pigs, you can interact with all sorts of actual pigs on the farm, from pot-bellied pigs to juliana pigs. You can also visit with the farm's other critters, including dogs, cats, sheep, goats, mini donkeys, and various types of cattle.
- Stay overnight: After spending the day at Where Pigs Fly, you can stay the night in the museum, camp in a tent or bring your own RV