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Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm

402 Old Plains Rd, Plains, GA 31780-5499
+1 229-824-4104
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I reviewed this farm on the National Historic Site. This is a must see. Lots of history here of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Karen D
McDonough, Georgia
A delight! learned a lot

We recently returned to live in Sumter County. I had never visited here before. It was a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Debora C
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“boyhood farm” (10 reviews)
402 Old Plains Rd, Plains, GA 31780-5499
+1 229-824-4104
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I reviewed this farm on the National Historic Site. This is a must see. Lots of history here of how farm life used to be. Live animals and other exhibits make it worth the trip!

Thank Karen D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We recently returned to live in Sumter County. I had never visited here before. It was a beautiful day and after Touring the Global Village we headed to Plains. There were a few other couples there. One couple had very small children who really seemed...More

Thank Debora C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We had a good visit to the Jimmy Carter childhood house and farm which now preserves how rural life was in the late 30s/early 40s. Not only was it interesting to see how the Carter family lived, it was a great opportunity to teach my...More

Thank Midwesterner007
Reviewed 9 November 2017

We were literally the only visitors there. It was such a delightful experience to see this home. High recommended.

Thank laurelboo
Reviewed 21 October 2017

I loved seeing Jimmy Carter's boyhood home. It was fascinating to me to see all the different crops that they grow there. I also liked learning about how mules used to be used, and seeing the old buildings in person after hearing President Carter describe...More

Thank nrocpop
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

See the old farm house that our 39th President lived in. A great visit filled with history. See the peanuts, and pecans growing. Great for kids or adults.

Thank Ray D
Reviewed 29 July 2017

The farm is one part of the national historic site. It has been restored to looks as much as possible like it did when Carter was growing up, and the farm includes many animals. This is not a good place for a visit on a...More

Thank Sc00byD00byD00
Reviewed 25 July 2017

We really enjoyed seeing this boyhood home of Jimmy Carter. It is not furnished with items from his family, but rather things characteristic of that time period. Very interesting nonetheless. There is a button you can push to hear a recording of the former president...More

Thank Mimivfl73
Reviewed 10 July 2017

The well cared for original home of the carter family. A great look back at Carter's humble beginnings.

Thank char1scott
Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

The farm is a national park historic site.......and is very well kept. When you arrive, you are greeted by a host that hands you some literature and explains the farm and directs you on the walk way....you see some of the farm animals that reside...More

Thank Winnebago2010
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