West Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Land of Little Horses Farm ParkIf you like horses, and you like 'em tiny, you'll like the Land of Little Horses.
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My family and I visited Land of the Little Horses at least once a year for ten years, the last time in 2001. We LOVED it each time. The kids went nuts over the adorable horses and other animals. One year the barn had a whole slew of kittens living in it, so my kids spent a couple of hours with them.
We enjoyed the shows, which included tricks by Jack Russell terriers and pig races. The place is very clean and situated so the adults can sit and rest for a bit while still being able to watch their kids.[Cheryl, 04/18/2009]
Stopped here on a road trip, it was alright, sort of a glorified petting zoo. Probably good for kids. There are some cute goats though! As well as tiny, tiny horses.[Megan, 05/27/2006]
I just read about this in the Washington Post. It seems they have a group of trained animals dressed in costumes performing antics in a theme revue (The 70s). What is not to love about that?[Kathleen Kotcher, 04/08/2001]
The Land of Little Horses exhibits the antics of the bred-for-miniaturization Falabella horses, originally from Argentina. They are under three feet high, and wear costumes with few complaints. With competitors such as Eureka Springs, AR's Wonderful World of Tiny Horses long out of business, LofLH is the best place to see diminutive steeds.