Experience Georgia’s Appalachian Culture at this Mountain Heritage Center
At the Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center, you will find homes, tools, trades, crafts, and a look at the lifestyle of the all-but-vanished pioneer culture of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. About half of the 20+ log cabins at the museum are authentic structures, standing nearly as they were originally built, relocated to the museum. The rest of the cabins are traditional designs, constructed from usable pieces of barns, homes or other buildings too deteriorated to be reassembled, and represent structures that could not be found intact or would not be parted with by their owners.
For a small admission fee, visitors take a self-guided walking tour of the Museum along a quarter-mile trail that climbs the property, winding throughout the cabins and grounds.
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Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center tells the story of a unique time and place in American History.