Whidden Mill Road and Interstate 75 at Exit 63B
When you visit the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, you journey back to another time, and for a little while, enjoy exploring a different and more peaceful world. Discover the 19th century living history museum with its two working farmsteads, cotton gin, sawmill, grist mill, print shop, drug store Masonic lodge, Victorian home, steam train, and country store. Costumed interpreters share Georgia's rural heritage with visitors.
Open year-round from Tuesday through Saturday, closed Sunday, Monday, New Year's Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and December 22-25 of each year. Attraction parking is free. Call for information on full-service overnight recreational vehicle parking. Group rates are available for parties of 20 or more. Contact the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village for more information about tickets prices, field trips and teacher resources, the special events calendar, and the soon-to-open Education & Conference Center and Peanut Museum.
For more information, visit the website
or call (229) 391-5200.