The Educational Farm here at I Due Mondi gives children and teenagers the possibility to get in touch with animals and experience the methods of organic farming.
The tour among nature shows the importance and the beauty of a true farm. Children and adults can touch bunnies, goats, sheep, cows etc… and enjoy beautiful and unforgettable feelings.
You will use all 4 senses: touch, by petting animals, hearing, by listening the sounds of animals, smell, by entering the stables and being near to animals, and taste, by eating products that come directly from the soil, thanks to organic farming.
Your children will have fun over the round bales and will gain trust and security being among the nature by riding a pig.
Getting their hands dirty, petting animals or rolling in the hay are all small things that make children happy and feel in harmony with nature.
Parents too will experience these sensations with their children, to take a break from the busy everyday-life.
Progress and technology are part of our lives, but it’s important to know where meat and vegetables come from, to respect animals and to learn organic farming methods, in order to have a better future and a better contact with nature.
Schools can experience a day at the Farm from May to September. You can organize the tour with our certified tour operators, to adapt to specific needs. The tours are different depending on the period and children’s age.
Persons: at least 18
Booking required: at least 15 days before
Price: 18 € per head from 9.30 a.m. to 2 p.m., it includes farm tour, lunch and water (coffee for adults).
The school must communicate any kind of allergies, diseases, disabilities and any other information, in order to choose the best tour possible.
Farm tour alone: € 8,00 per head from 9.30 a.m. to 11.45 a.m.
Cars and buses can easily enter the property and the parking is free.
Big park available to welcome the children.
In case of bad weather, the farm has indoor rooms to do the tour without any problem.
The Holiday Farm I Due Mondi is located in the north of Umbria, near the medieval town of Montone and is a few kilometers from Gubbio, Perugia, Assisi and Lake Trasimeno.