Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village
The GMA Gallery opened in November of 2010 with a commitment to showcase the work of traditional and rural Georgia artists. Since 2010 the Gallery has hosted a new exhibit every three months, each spotlighting individual artists or groups of artists who not only create rural art, but are actively involved in passing their skills to the next generation. Art classes for adults taught by local artists are offered every month in addition to regular exhibit programming, and artisan lectures and demonstrations are often a part of the exhibit openings. The Gallery works with a list of regional partners to present each exhibit to the community and to showcase the work of local farmers, musicians, and artisans during the opening receptions for each exhibit.
The Agrirama is very interesting. It is a wonderful learning experience. I chaperoned my granddaughter's class.
A step back in time, very informative. Tom at the grist mill was the most interactive. You could tell that he loves his job. Give yourself plenty of time to see and experience everything. We went at the end of the day and will have to go back. A great place to spend the day.
This place makes history so much fun for those who don't find history as fun. I loved all the old buildings, and machinery. My kids loved the animals and the old fashioned sweets and all the wide open spaces, and the train! We all loved being able to try out things fur ourselves how they did a thing like chopping wood, or spinning wool. Great fun for the whole family!!
Has Farmers market every so often pretty good things.
Mary Elizabeth Tomlin
Surprisingly loved it. Wish we had all day to explore. Will definitely go back.