School Programs/ K12
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The Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village is where history comes alive, recreating farm and rural village life in Wiregrass Georgia from 1870-1910. The Museum offers quality educational programs for all grade levels. It is our goal to educate participating students in the history of South Georgia’s Wiregrass region through an interactive and exciting experience of a working historical farm. Programs available include self-guided tours, hands-on workshops, and Homeschool Days.
Self-Guided Tours and Visit to the Past Workshops are available by reservation only. We suggest making reservations no later than 1 month in advance. Reservations are made online (see Visit to the Past Workshop vs Self-Guided Tour below).
Visit to the Past Workshops and Self-Guided Tours are offered September through December, and February through May of each year. Self-Guided Tours are also offered in June and July.
Homeschool Days are offered once a month September through December and March through May of each year. Scroll down further for information on Homeschool Days.
Visit to the Past Workshop vs Self-Guided Tour
Which program is best for you? After reviewing the chart, click on Workshops or Tours for further information and online registration.
Homeschool Days are days set aside specifically for our homeschoolers. Interactive stations are created throughout the Historic Village for groups to partake while dressed in costume. Historic lunch is not provided during these events.
Fall 2015 dates are September 16, October 28, November 20, December 16. Spring 2016 dates are March 16, April 20, May 18.
Registration is available online. Click here for further information or contact Kelly Scott at 391-5221 for questions.