The Museum’s Historic Village is an outdoor museum with unpaved roads that lead to houses, farms, shops, mills, and gardens typical of 19th century Southwest Georgia. While more than half of the Village’s historic buildings have wheelchair-accessible entrances, interior access varies. The Village’s unpaved roads are generally firm and stable. Most roads are level, with steeper grades located near the Train Depot and Grist Mill.
Handicap ramp locations are notated on the Historic Village map. For more information on museum accessibility, contact the Country Store at 229-391-5205 or email us at Visitor Center at 508-347-0290 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Designated spaces are located near the Country Store and at the Museum Main Hall entrance.
Accessible restrooms are located in Opry Shelter, Drug Store, Country Store and Museum Atrium.
Welcome in all exhibits. Water faucets are available at the Opry Shelter, and Destination Ag to fill a water bowl.
Pets are not allowed anywhere on site.
The Museum Country Store is accessible.
Strollers for children or individuals with disabilities are welcome in all buildings and areas of the Museum.
Available for loan at the Museum Main Hall on a first come, first served basis.