Companies tagged with: Farm

Malcolm Blue Farm and Museum

Circa 1825 antebellum farm features a museum, restored farmhouse, gristmill, and barns. Preserved and maintained by Malcolm Blue Historical Society. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Mountain Farm Museum and Mingus Mill

Ten historic farm buildings collected throughout the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the early 1950s. Provides a look at real life in the southern mountains in the late 19th century.
Mountain Gateway Museum

Mountain Gateway Museum

Part of the NC Museum of History in Raleigh. Museum includes artifacts depicting mountain life, Indian artifacts, pottery, and farm implements.
Museum of Scotland County

Museum of Scotland County

Located across the street from the John Blue House. The museum showcases the unique history of farming and industry in the region as well as antique cars and a fire engine, model trains, and numerous artifacts from the Civil War.
North Carolina Cotton Museum

North Carolina Cotton Museum

The North Carolina Cotton Museum provides examples of farming equipment, clothing, and quilts made from cotton.
Rural Life Museum

Rural Life Museum

Ivy-covered stone building dedicated to preserving mountain farm and craft culture. Museum exhibits farm and craft implements and historical photographic murals.
Rutherford County Farm Museum

Rutherford County Farm Museum

County farm museum which collects and exhibits farm tools and equipment, household and utilitarian items and other artifacts dating back to the 19th century. Two large murals depict the cycle of growing cotton and early textile mills of the county on one of the museum walls.

Tarkill Branch Farm’s Homestead Museum

1830s style museum with a “Dogtrot” style farmhouse as the centerpiece along with nine other vintage farm buildings on a working farm. Farm wagon tours along with farm equipment from yesteryear. Vintage country store and many hiking tours
Tobacco Farm Life Museum

Tobacco Farm Life Museum

Museum illustrates the rural life of Eastern NC farm families since the 1890s. Artifacts from all aspects of farm life – household goods, clothing, books, and restored farmstead – depicting rural life as it was during the Great Depression.
Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

This 1830s reconstructed mountain farmstead is the birthplace of North Carolina's Civil War Governor.
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