This museum will give you a terrific education about North Carolina's major economic crop. There is an outstanding short video describing how tobacco is grown today. The museum is full of artifacts from the early 1900s, but nothing is hands on and there's a lot of reading to understand what you see. They do have a small play area for young children. Outside there are several buildings to see, but they were all closed and we could only peek through the doorways. It would have been nice to be able to walk through the rooms and feel what it was like to live in the period. That part is very disappointing.
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