Cue the “awww’s,” because Baby Animal Days at Centennial Village is happening now through Sunday, April 30 – and who doesn’t love adorable baby animals?!

The whole family will have a blast interacting with all sorts of cute critters, including piglets, lambs, chicks, goats, and rabbits. While some of these animals are permanent residents and live on museum grounds all year-round, others are just special visitors for this two-week period, courtesy of local FFA members. Small children can also enjoy pony rides on the weekend, weather permitting. Besides getting the chance to pet and feed the baby animals, guests also have the opportunity to learn a lot about Northern Colorado’s agricultural history during their visit.

Admission into Baby Animal Days is $3 for visitors over the age of three. The museum's daily hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and they accept payment in the form of cash, check, Mastercard, and Visa. Centennial Village is located 1475 A Street at Island Grove Park in Greeley. For additional information, call 970-350-9220 or click here.