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.
When are the Museum and historic village open, and what is the cost of admission?
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. Students in pre-k through first grade can also attend a half-day workshop, Destination Ag.