The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum represents a two-generation farm. When you visit the Homeplace, you will see interpreters in period clothing going about their daily chores. You’ll find the perfect blend of artifacts, restored historic structures, and traditional seasonal activities to step you back in time to relive history before the Civil War. Even our livestock includes rare and endangered breeds. We cultivate many varieties of garden plants and field crops; most from heirloom seeds dating back before the Civil War. These heirloom seeds can be purchased in our gift shop.

Hours: March and November, Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm April - October, 10am-5pm Open Daily Last tickets sold at 4pm Closed Thanksgiving Day and December-February Contact: Phone: 931.232.6457 | Groups: 270.924.2020 Admission Ages 13 and up, $5 Ages 5-12, $3 Ages 4 and under, Free Higher rates may apply to special events.

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