The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum is holding a living history day and trail walks on Saturday, April 3rd between 10 AM and 3 PM. Admission is $3 for ages 5 and over with a household limit of $12.
The AG Museum now has two trails open for enjoyment; a ¼ mile nature trail and a 1 mile historical trail through the woods and ruins of c.1832 Woodburn.
Tour the museum exhibits and enjoy our living history demonstrators: the blacksmith, the spinner, the indigo dyer, and the chair caner. The 1926 60 HP Fairbanks-Morse diesel engine and the Wade Drag Saw will be up and running. Visitors will also enjoy interacting with the museum’s pigs, goats, chickens, guinea pigs, and rabbits. Children can make several historical toys and weave on Cricket looms.
Masks are required on museum grounds and COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed including social distancing and sanitizing. Masks must be worn on the trails if social distancing cannot be maintained. Other than the permanent exhibits in the museum, all activities are outside and under cover if necessary.
The AG Museum is located at 120 History Lane, off HWY. 76, between Pendleton and Clemson, directly across from Tri-County Technical College. Regular open hours for the museum are Thursday through Saturday, 12 noon until 5 PM. Admission is $3 for ages 6 and over with a household maximum of $10. Monthly educational classes offered by the museum include Story Time and More, AGventure, AG Day, Adult Education, and guided trail walks. For more information about the AG Museum, contact email@example.com or follow us at Facebook.com/BGAMSC.