Georgia’s Home for Everything Local
$12 – $40
Spend a late summer morning immersing yourself in the world of the Rock House Creamery and Garden. You will meet beautiful dairy cows, learn about the creamline milk process from cow to bottle, and sample milk and Rock House Creamery’s delicious cheese curds! Following the dairy fun, you’ll visit the extensive vegetable gardens adjacent to the creamery, learning about the many aspects of the garden: what’s grown, who works there, and the diverse career paths that lead to agricultural work. You’ll get a hands-on, up-close experience with all aspects of the gardens, and possibly even help harvest a vegetable or two!
This experience is perfect for anyone interested in the back-story of milk or naturally grown produce, and it is a great family activity to get discussions going about where our food comes from. Suitable for all ages (accompanied by a parent), this Farmview Schoolhouse Field Trip is certain to delight anyone curious about agriculture, food growing or small scale dairy operations.
NOTE: We will meet at Farmview Market at 9:45 AM and caravan to the Creamery. There are restrooms on site.
Ticketing is available for single ticket ($12) or for a bundle of 4 tickets– perfect for a group or a family ($40). All children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
****Not all areas of Rock House Creamery and Garden are wheelchair accessible, but we do have handicap accessible restrooms.
2610 Eatonton Hwy
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7am – 7pm
7am – 10:30am
11am – 3pm
Saturdays (April – September)
9am – 1pm