Grant’s Farm holiday lights proceeds to benefit tornado victims


The 2021 Grant’s Farm Holiday Lights.

St. Louis area families can help bring relief to victims of the recent tornadoes in Missouri while celebrating the holiday season.

The Bush Family Ownership Group has announced they will donate proceeds from the final two nights of the Grant’s Farm holiday drive-thru light experience to the St. Louis chapter of the American Red Cross, earmarked for tornado relief. The final two nights are Jan. 1. and Jan. 2.

“We’re encouraging the community to get involved in supporting the families who lost their homes and personal belongings in the devastating tornadoes,” Trudy Busch Valentine, part-owner of Grant’s Farm, said. “We thought that donating revenue from ticket sales would be a good way we can all come together to make a difference.”

The Grant’s Farm Holiday Lights experience continues on select nights through Jan. 2. Tickets are required and are available at

Located in St. Louis County, 281-acre Grant’s Farm is an engaging leisure-and-learning destination for guests of all ages. The site includes the Busch family’s ancestral estate and the preserved Hardscrabble cabin built by former U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. It is also home to more than 100 species of animals, including some of the world-famous Clydesdales.