Living History Museum


You are invited to visit the recreated 1930s tobacco farm and see how the farm family lived in this furnished and decorated house, barn, and 100-year-old privy.

Farm implements fill the barn, and split-rail and picket fences show the different styles of fencing and log structures.

The Museum is located on White Oak Street across from the Historical Register Depot/Museum, and is open by appointment only. Contact the Chamber Office to schedule a tour.