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The Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm is an outdoor, agricultural museum that functions as an educational and interpretative facility in northeast Georgia. It is open From April to October. See website for hours. The Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm...more
We found ourselves here to locate a geocache and stopped to hang out for an hour or so. This historic farm site has all the old buildings, educational sessions, period equipment, and a wonderful staff to answer any questions you may have. Great for kids!
Great family homestead from 19th century roots. Self guided tour of property includes cotton gin, school teacher's house, barn, blacksmith shop, etc. very educational and worth a few hours of your time on this ga back road.
This farm is one of the best I've ever seen. The beautiful home that once stood on this property is missed greatly. My kids got to experience what life used to be like. It's beautiful and well kept. It's a must visit. My favorite is...More
Our home school group had a field trip to this beautiful farm! The history behind the place is amazing. It was built back in the 1800s and has been in the family ever since. All the buildings are located where they were originally built. There...More
Very interesting buildings in a beautiful country setting. It really takes you back in time. I took the self guided tour after studying the farm's very informative website. I arrived about 5 minutes before 3 bus loads of school children but was able to see...More
We went on a Sunday when it was officially closed but were welcomed to tour the farm and take a look around. This property is absolutely amazing and a must see for anyone with any appreciation for the history of the south in the 1800s...More
This location only hosts visitors a few times a year. They had every building open, and craftsman skilled in ancient arts, such as chair caning, corn grinding, and more. On display were steam powered tractors, horse drawn wagons, and a 2 room schoolhouse that some...More
I stopped by here as part of the Jackson County Heritage Trail Geo-tour. I loved the tranquility and we enjoyed walking by the buildings. It was extremely peaceful here and I would never have known about it if it weren't for geocaching and the county's...More