LULU THE PIG HAS RETURNED!
Looking for something to do with your kids on Spring Break?
Lulu the Pot-bellied pig has returned from her winter retreat and is in “hog heaven” in her summer resort home here at the DAMV.
Gather the kids, the grandparents, friends and neighbors and come out to the DAMV and visit, Lulu, the pot-bellied pig. Lulu loves visitors. Especially visitors with food! Her favorite foods include green peppers, watermelon, grapes, unsalted peanuts, apples, peaches, pears and TOMATOES (she LOVES tomatoes), HOWEVER, as with all mini pot-bellied pigs, Lulu must watch her weight; so, please only feed her a few pieces during your visit.
After feeding Lulu, be sure to also visit our feathered friends Lizzy, Lilly, Lucy and Licorice. Lizzy is a Silkie. She has fluffy plumage, which feels like silk. Like Lulu, our chickens also like to be fed. They will eat cheerios, birdseed, raisins, lettuce as well as fruits like peaches, bananas, watermelon and cooked pasta (which btw, is super funny to watch Lilly eat). Visitors are welcome to go into the pens and pet and feed the animals (just close the doors behind you).
TEACHERS – SCHEDULE A FIELD TRIP NOW !
Make history come alive for your K-6 students at the Delaware Agricultural Museum !
With the help of our knowledgeable volunteer interpreters, your students can experience what life would have been like for their ancestors living in rural America in the mid-1800’s before the advent of today’s “modern conveniences”! The DAMV offers several hands-on educational programs geared for grades K to 6 and tied to the Delaware State Standards, strands and grade level expectations. Click on the “Educational Programs & Group Tours” bar above and learn about all we have to offer your students for a fun-filled, educational day at the museum.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Saturday
10am to 3pm
Seniors (65+): $4.00
Youth: (4-17) $3.00
Children under 3: Free
Groups of 10+: $5.00 or less
*With Valid ID