Last Chance to Visit Moss Mountain Farm This Holiday Season


Fans of P. Allen Smith have two more great opportunities to tour his majestic estate, Moss Mountain Farm, this holiday season. Holiday lunch tours are available for Thursday and Friday, Dec. 13-14, at a discounted rate.

Trudy rests underneath Big Sister, the 300-year-old post oak outside of Smith’s Garden Home.

Tours include a visit of Smith’s vegetable garden, rose garden, terraced gardens, Poultyville and Garden Home, all of which are adorned with nature-inspired holiday décor harvested from the property and put on display by Smith and Virginia-based designer Holly Chapple.

Christmas decorations grace each room in P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home.

Guests can take in the beautiful 600 acres of property that includes about a mile and a half of Arkansas River riverfront. Smith’s plantation style home may only be 10 years old, but it was designed to look as if it had been passed down through generations. And out front stands a 300-year-old Post Oak, affectionately referred to as “Big Sister.”

Be sure to ask about the swans in Smith’s hallway during your tour of Moss Mountain Farm.

The flowers in P. Allen’s garden won’t be in bloom this week, but guests will have the opportunity to return in the Spring. Spring tours at Moss Mountain Farm run from March to June, giving visitors the chance to experience the majestic beauty of the rose garden, vegetable garden and terraced gardens. Tour certificates for the spring also make great Christmas presents and are $10 off this week.

The remaining holiday tour dates are also $10 off when using the promo code Holiday10. For Spring 2019 tour dates, click here.




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