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Visited when I was a child and returned recently with my own kids, my kids love the Uncle Remus stories and to see the museum and talk with the folks there brought Joel Chandler Harris and Uncle Remus to life for my kids. Awesome historical...More
Really enjoyed the info given by Donna.... a plethora of JC Harris info! Was glad to have done a bit of research on him and Turnwold before we went. Loads of authentic books, pix and history in this cabin.
I really liked seeing this museum. The woman was very knowledgeable about everything. It was disappointing that I could not take any pictures inside the museum, as we won't be able to return to the area. My 10-year-old son likes collecting money and was intrigued...More
This small museum recounts the life of Joel Chandler Harris, who wrote the Uncle Remus stories and was an accomplished columnist. It’s filled with interesting displays, art and artifacts. The docent who showed us around was great. Our eight year old granddaughter said the museum...More
This is a small museum started from 3 old slave cabins. Just that alone is pretty neat to experience. Georgia, the lady in charge when we visited, is very passionate about sharing her knowledge. My small children lost attention semi quickly but I would have...More
This Uncle Remus Museum complex houses a great collection of books written by Joel Chandler Harris from his Uncle Remus stories spanning many years and different publications. There are very nice displays and the museum guides do a fantastic job of storytelling and relating the...More
This was a very small museum tucked a bit away. We were a crowd of seven and filled the place. The women in charge gave us a delightful tour. We left with a new appreciation of Noel Chandler Harris. It was definitely worth our efforts...More
This is a small out of the way museum dedicated to Noel Chandler Harris. The “guide” at the museum really makes or breaks your visit. We had Ms Georgia who regaled us with stories about Harris as well as stories of her life growing up...More