The first room in the museum is focused on Uncle Remus, with cute carvings depicting moments from the stories. We didn't have kids with us, but I think looking at these displays with children would be a lot of fun. The other two rooms have collections of old household items, books and newspaper articles - I think these might be more interesting for adults than for children. There were several books of stories available for sale, along with some CDs and a few other souvenir items. There are nice picnic tables and a garden next to the museum; we sat and had a snack in the shade of a very pretty cedar tree.
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