Group & School Tours

School groups visiting Aamodt’s Apple Farm will learn about agriculture, sustainability, healthy eating and history. It’s a fun and educational field trip that’s most enjoyed by children ages four through third grade. School tours are available every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday beginning right after Labor Day and ending the first week in October.

The basic guided apple farm tour takes approximately one hour; groups of more than 25 students and adults should allow an hour-and-a-half. Apple Farm Tours run rain or shine! Make sure kids come to the orchard dressed to stay warm and dry outdoors.

Tours book up quickly! Call the apple orchard as soon as possible after Aug. 19 to book your school tour: 651-439-3127

Educational Orchard Tours MN

Basic Tour Cost: $4.00 per child and adult non-teacher chaperone

Children hop on the tractor-pulled hay wagon for a ride into the apple orchard where they learn how to pick an apple without damaging the apple tree! The tour continues inside the 100-year-old Apple Barn where they’ll step inside the huge apple cooler, wander past the antique kitchen, and watch bees making honey through our live bee observation window.

Snack: $1.00 per child and adult non-teacher chaperone

Enjoy a popular apple cider donut and a glass of cider at the end of the tour.

Kids Outdoor Activities: $1.00 per child

After your tour, kids can enjoy the John Deere Tractor Trikes, Hay Bale Maze and Petting Zoo.

Senior Tours – Free Admittance!

Bus tour groups are welcome anytime! Be sure to allow enough time to visit both the apple orchard and the winery.

Weekends: No reservations are necessary; we’re always prepared for groups on Saturdays and Sundays.

Weekdays: Please call ahead to let us know when you expects to arrive so we can prepare to offer your group the best experience possible. You’ll be asked to provide the following information when you call:

  • Date and arrival time
  • Number in group
  • Contact person and phone number/e-mail
  • Whether or not your group would like pie, ice cream, coffee, cider, etc. (Generally, individuals purchase food on their own, but arrangements may be made if you prefer to make one group payment.)