Jarrell Plantation Historic Site

Nestled in the red clay hills of Georgia, this cotton plantation was owned by a single family for more than 140 years. It survived Gen. Sherman’s “March to the Sea,” typhoid fever, the cotton boll weevil, the advent of steam power and a transition from farming to forestry.

Jarrell Plantation offers various seasonal activities during the year, including guided tours, historical renenactments, antique steam engine demonstrations, blacksmithing demonstrations, historic trade traditions like syrup making, soap making, candle making, quilt making, and a Christmas by Candlelight event.

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