Grant's Farm is an historic farm in St. Louis, Missouri, which was once owned by Ulysses S. Grant. The Farm is now owned by the Busch family, who used to own Anheuser-Busch brewing company. The farm is filled with many animals including buffalo, elephants, camels, donkeys, goats, peacocks, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales and many more. Most of these animals can be seen by visitors on a tram tour of the Deer Park region of the park, while the Clydesdales are found in their nearby barn and pastures.
The log house Grant built for he
but never had a chance to live in
The farm also contains a cabin built by Grant, which is the only remaining structure hand-built by a U.S. president.
for the children
Also on the farm is the Busch family mansion and the house in which Ulysses S. Grant resided between the Mexican and Civil Wars. This was the land his wife, Julia Grant, gave to him. The farm sits across from the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, the former White Haven plantation owned by Julia Grant's family.
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covered bridge on the tram route
pond with Coy fish
showing the raptors
American Bald Eagle
Grey Crowned Crane
More Photos of the Grey Crowned Crane
elephant being show in the East Tier Garden Amphitheater
horse drawn fire engine
Mexican horse carts
those who did not survive
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