(OKLAHOMA CITY)   With more than 106 acres within the heart of Oklahoma City, the Orr Family Farm is the perfect host for a grand Easter celebration and massive Easter egg hunt.  On Saturday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the Orr Family Farm offers free photos with the Easter bunny, Easter egg hunts for children age 11 and under and all types of family-friendly entertainment. Admission to the Farm is only $10.50 per person.

Children age 11 and under can hunt Easter eggs at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. The Easter bunny will be available for photos, so make sure to bring a camera and special Easter treats will be available in the Sweet Shoppe. Children can also enjoy visiting the friendly animals in the barn including a rabbit and four baby bunnies, goats and baby goats, sheep, a baby chick and more.

Plus, visitors can take a thrilling ride on the four lane zip line. The zip line stands 20 feet tall and is 450 feet long, with top speeds reaching 25 miles per hour. Riders are required to complete a ground school training course with a professional to learn the proper technique and equipment use. Riders must weigh a minimum of 70 pounds to participate.

Other attractions include rides around the Farm on a replica of the United States' first transcontinental locomotive, the 4,900 square-foot Amaze'n Maze and rides on the 1974 vintage carousel. Also, the giant jumping pillows and mining for gemstones at the Neal Simpson Mine are among the list of visitor favorites.

The Orr Family Farm is an agri-tainment experience created to provide families, groups and school children a glimpse of their heritage, history and good old-fashioned values. For more information about The Orr Family Farm visit www.orrfamilyfarm.com or call 405-799-3276.

Contact: Lauren Daughety
Telephone: 405.509.9312
E-mail: ldaughety@vannpr.com