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Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village

A 95-acre site of faithfully restored or preserved historic structures, the Georgia Museum of Agriculture highlights rural life in Georgia from the late 1800s until 1910. The grounds boast a traditional 1870s farm community, progressive 1890s farmstead, industrial sites complex, rural town, National Peanut Museum, working steam train, Art Gallery, Country Store, conference facilities and the Museum of Agriculture.

Address: 
1392 Whiddon Mill Rd.
Tifton, GA 31793
Phone Number: 
229-391-5205
Fax Number: 
229-391-5201
FAQs: 
When are the Museum and historic village open, and what is the cost of admission?

You can visit the Museum of Agriculture and Historic Villiage Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost of admission varies from weekday to weekend. See the prices for each.

Does the Museum run school programs and offer teacher resources?

Explore the Self-Guided Educational Tour and "Visit to the Past" Workshop, and study teacher resources that will help you plan a school field trip.

How can I sign up to volunteer?

Fill out a volunteer application form to help out as a costumed interpreter, fundraiser or skilled craftsman.