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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
From the house to the walking trails it is a nice little self guided tour. It does have some audio in one of the buildings telling about his boyhood. It is was very interesting. He worked hard but he spoke fondly of his childhood and...More
Located a few miles outside town, this is the farm where President Carter grew up. It is run by the NPS, but is a self-guided tour. There are restrooms, but no visitor center. The house is interesting to go through. In several rooms, there is...More
See where former president Jimmy Carter grew up! Easy walking on paved trails. Walk thru the Carter Family home. Imagine how it was to live without electricity and running water! Imagine having to pump water every day for the farm animals and for the family!...More
Visit is free, and you can walk around at your leisure. There are plenty of plaques with information, a flyer of information, as well as buttons to push to hear information in Jimmy Carter's own words (my favorite). There are animal pens, an outhouse, family...More