GA Farm Museums: The history of Georgia farming on view in Tifton
The history of Georgia farming is on view for all to see at this Georgia farm museum and historic village in Tifton.
Georgia’s Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village opened as the Agrirama on July 4, 1976. The grounds consist of five areas: a traditional farm community of the 1870s, an 1890s progressive farmstead, an industrial sites complex, rural town, national peanut complex, and the Museum of Agriculture Center. Over 35 structures have been relocated to the 95-acre site and faithfully restored or preserved. Costumed interpreters explain and demonstrate the life-style and activities of this time in Georgia’s history.
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Experience everyday 19th century-style farm life activities from planting and harvesting to cooking, spinning, quilt making and more, including this working sawmill at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village.
Experience everyday 19th-century-style Georgia farm life, from planting and harvesting to cooking and quilting.
The Visitors Center at the Tifton-Tift County Tourism Association is a good place to find information about were to go and things to do in Tifton.