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Paris Barns

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1037 Gap Run Rd, Paris, VA 20130-1619
+1 571-839-1143
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A joke

The Paris barns consists of an odd assortment of animals and emus. Sheep, goats and I have seen the... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
romas703
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Paris
Great experience

We organized a farm tour and activities for my daughter's birthday. The kids had a great time... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2014
Elise L
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Dumfries, Virginia
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Paris Barns is a magnificent bank barn farm store at historic Liberty Farm c.1800's in heavenly Paris, Virginia where locavores can enjoy a working experimental farm and home of Stonewall Jackson's bivouac prior to the Battle of Manassas. This historic heavenly barn and farm is open to the public on weekends to purchase vegetables, herbs, eggs, honey and hand-made soaps and crafts. No herbicides or pesticides are used and while this farm is not yet officially "certified organic", the produce are truly Beyond Organic. Alpaca, llama and sheep herds provide luxurious fiber and products available for purchase as well. A good old fashioned farm store where you can purchase goods grown right there on site.Explore. Experience. Excite. This is a heavenly sanctuary and certified wildlife habitat. See the farm animals. Exprience the magical views. Supporting the farm's animal sanctuary and produce donated to local food banks. Together we can make a difference. GOOD KARMA. PASS IT ON. Member: SLOW FOOD USA
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15 Sep 2017
“A joke”
25 May 2014
“Great experience”
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1037 Gap Run Rd, Paris, VA 20130-1619
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+1 571-839-1143
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

The Paris barns consists of an odd assortment of animals and emus. Sheep, goats and I have seen the odd pig. There are no trespassing signs at the gate and security cameras. Not a welcome sign. I was there when they first opened with my...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2014

We organized a farm tour and activities for my daughter's birthday. The kids had a great time gathering eggs and meeting lots of farm denizens. They carded wool, learned about bees, and generally had a great time. Pearl the white turkey was a favorite, as...More

Thank Elise L
Reviewed 20 September 2011

Discovered this hidden gem by accident (we were going peach picking at Hollins Farms in Delaplane) and discovered this huge old bank barn at the intersection of Rt 50 and Rt 17 because my kids wanted to see emus, llama, alpaca and other unusual farm...More

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