We are so pleased to welcome you to Moss Mountain Farm. We want to assure you that our number one priority is the safety and comfort of our guests and team. All procedures and adapted programming are subject to change based on guidance from the CDC and applicable governmental authorities.

Fall 2021

Visit moss mountain farm

When it comes to fall, it’s like the farm is a canvas that we paint with the bold, autumnal hues of roses, dahlias and salvias. It is truly the most colorful time at the farm. Tours are offered Thursdays and Fridays in September, October and November.

See you soon!

We encourage you to book early to ensure your preferred date is available.

Call Donna at 501-376-1894 x100 (M-F from 8-4), or email us at gardenhome@pallensmith.com if you need help booking your ticket. 

Lunch & Learn Tours

Are you interested in learning about pollinator gardens or how to harvest honey? Then join us for our topic-specific Lunch & Learn Tours!

Join us for a lunch & tour

The fall and the holidays are a scenic time to visit the farm as the famous pumpkin house is up during the fall tour season and this whimsical house is then transformed into a festive gingerbread house when the holiday tour season starts at the beginning of December.

Allen’s Arkansas home, Moss Mountain Farm, which The New York Times hails as a “Stunning Estate,” is an epicenter for promoting the local food movement, organic gardening, and the preservation of heritage poultry breeds.

a glimpse of a Fall Farm lunch & tour

A Farm Lunch & Tour Includes:

A guided tour through P. Allen Smith’s three-story Greek Revival-style home. Guests will learn about P. Allen Smith’s authentic design approach that pays homage to the history of the farm. 

Explore Arkansas’ beautiful countryside overlooking the Arkansas River while touring Allen’s Terrace Garden, the Hidden Rose Garden, Hydrangea Allée, and his one-acre Vegetable Garden.

Connect to the land as you sit down to a farm-to-table lunch featuring a Seasonal recipe from P. Allen Smith’s book, Seasonal Recipes from the Garden. For dessert, enjoy a slice of Allen’s famous buttermilk pecan pie with homemade whipped cream. If you have food allergies, let us know, we will try our best to accommodate you!

Last but certainly not least, a visit to Poultryville to meet the chickens and other animals. Learn about Allen’s effort to conserve America’s early poultry breeds and why he started the Heritage Poultry Conservancy. While you are there, say hi to your favorite farm animals from Allen’s television show—Trudy, Moose, Smudge & Squeak, just to name a few.

Touring the grounds will be comprised of up to 2 miles of walking. Wear comfortable walking shoes. There is a lot of walking, but you can do as much or as little as you want.

Gates will be open 30 minutes before the scheduled tour. A Digital or printed ticket is not needed for entry. Your name will be on the list at the registration area located near the restrooms in the parking area.

We do not cancel for rain. Bring your umbrella and rubber boots!

Please note our lunch & tours are typically not kid-friendly unless clearly noted due to the subject of the event. All guests, regardless of age, must purchase a ticket. 


Under Arkansas law, an agritourism activity operator is not liable for the injury or death of a participant in an agritourism activity resulting from the inherent risk of animals, weather, land conditions, and the potential for you as a participant to act in a negligent way that may contribute to your own injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in the agritourism activity.