We visited The Plantation Museum as part of a day trip to Scott. It's small, but there are lots of things to see and some really nice hands-on demonstration. The park interpreter demonstrated how the seeds are removed from the cotton and how cotton is spun into yarn. We didn't go outside because of the rain.
We decided to stay a while and make the craft of the day, which were pot holders. It took about an hour, cost a dollar and the kids really enjoyed it! You can also buy some cotton. We all had a good time, worth the visit!
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