Old South Farm Museum


Old South Farm Museum Ag Learning Center

Our Phone Number Is: (706)674-2894  
E Mail Us At:
Pleasant Valley Road
Woodland, Georgia 31836
Thank You For Stopping By And Please Visit Us Again Soon.
Farm Workshops
Tractors & Implements

Located in 
Woodland, Georgia 
Phone: (706) 674-2894
Pleasant Valley Road

Old South Farm Museum

Learning For A Lifetime

Old South Farm Museum and Ag Learning Center with acres of historic treasures. Local historian Paul Bulloch has filled several buildings on Ga. 41 just north of Woodland with an assortment of tools, equipment, and household goods tracing Southern rural life from the 1800s to the 1960s. You'll spot treasures that were another generation's discards.

Many items on display are central to the early 20th century back to a time when life was rugged and people made do with what they had, or did without. In many cases, the created their own tools which led to many inventions we take for granted today. We exhibit everything from wood burning stoves to steam tractors. With acres of buildings and displays, you can spend a couple of hours looking at items that were common just decades ago. Before electricity, clothes had to be washed by hand, here you can pump water and see the type of equipment women used to wash clothes as well as see a working smokehouse, grind grain, spin cotton and perhaps make sausage.

Classes include:

Georgia Peaches

Basic Vet

Basic Canning

Grist Milling

Antique Tractor

Moonshine Still

Cotton Farming

Peanut Farming

Soap Making

Mules - Plowing

Poultry - Eggs to Meat

Hogs - Curing & Smoking Hams

Beef Cattle

Dairy Cattle

Sawmill & more

Welcome to a place where history comes alive!

This museum provides a wonderful opportunity for school groups to experience the lifestyle of Americans during the 1800's and early 1900's before electricity was common.

In addition to farming and gardening workshops, the museum hosts its annual Hog Killing Day every February . Rugged independence began on the farm and our workshops teach the basic skills that enabled the farmer to become successful. Classes include Sawmill, Grist Mill', 'Mules, Curing Meats and much, much more!

Food Processing
Animal Husbandry
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