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I visited here with a friend and had a wonderful time. We were lucky to meet up with historical interpreter Tom Cook. What a joy! Very informative and pleasant! We learned so much. The Tift House is awesome!
My children and I had a very lovely day here. It’s a decent sized village with Plenty of “town folk” demonstrating the simpler ways of life. It’s a great time for the family while being very informative of that era.
We've been wanting to stop there for a few years & we never timed it right to be in the area when they're open. We made sure we did this trip up to NC. We were pretty much the only ones touring the Village &...More
The Georgia Museum of Agriculture & History is a must see for anyone making the trek north or south on I-75. The permanent and traveling exhibits are some of the best depictions of rural life that you will ever experience.
We really enjoyed our trip to the museum. Tommy Cook and all the staff treated us like family. Mr. Tommy showed us all around the feed store/veterinarian clinic, the general store, the printing post, turpentine mill, and the saw mill. We really learned alot of...More
I stopped here today and I'm sorry to say that I didn't even get to go inside. There were two employees present, a manager and a staff member present- neither of which even bothered to get up or acknowledge my existence while I stood waiting...More
Visiting tifton with friends?...
This is a perfect spot to relax, have fun and to learn about how people lived back in the 1870’s.
We enjoyed everything from going to the Drug store (at stop 21) with the hidden ice cream shop to Feed and...More