We are huge animal lovers. If we spot an animal at a party, chances are you'll find us the rest of the night cuddled up with them. A little TLC goes a long way and this animal sanctuary in Las Vegas lets you meet a wide range of animals who need some love.

The Las Vegas Farm is partnered with Barn Buddies Rescue who allows you to get up close with rescued farm animals. On Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., you can meet chickens, peacocks, turkeys, goats, a llama, and more.

There's an entrance fee of $6 per adult to get up close to the animals. If you and your BFF love animals, you can stop by for a weekend day trip. For a small fee, you will be able to feed some of them using a bag of hay. 

Many of the animals you'll encounter have been rescued from abuse or abandonment and are being cared for by the owners and volunteers. If you're a Las Vegas native, there's a chance that you can volunteer there too. 

There are so many cute and fluffy animals around, you'll want to take so many photos. They love attention and TLC. 

The farm and rescue area is also pet-friendly. So, if you want to bring your furry friend along, you can. 

When you're done meeting all the sweet animals, you can stop by the marketplace and pick up some fresh produce. They sell a wide range of items such as farm-fresh eggs, raw honey, and more. 

If you love supporting locals farmers, they also sell seasonal fruits and vegetables, local jams, jellies, and other treats. Whether you're an animal lover or supporter of non-profits, this rescue sanctuary has something for everyone. 

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The Farm & Barn Buddies Rescue Las Vegas

Price: Free to visit the marketplace and a $6 per adult or $4 per child entrance fee to see the rescue animals

Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Address: 7222 West Grand Teton Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89131

Why you should go: You can show some love to rescued farm animals and shop locally sourced produce and goodies. 


We strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.

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