Situated on five wooded acres, the Tobacco Farm Life Museum is a combination of modern exhibit facilities and a restored early twentieth-century farmstead.
When guests visit the museum building, a short video in the theater introduces them to the modern method of tobacco farming. After the movie, we invite them to tour the 6,000 square foot gallery holding a variety of exhibits concerning Eastern Carolina farm life and the communities that thrived from farming. Followed by a self guided tour of the eight original and reproduction buildings on-site.
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