The Tobacco Farm Life Museum

An eastern North Carolina farm heritage museum, recreating a way of fife that is fast being forgotten. Artifacts from all aspects of farm life - household goods, clothing, musical instruments, books, and family records are displayed along with the agricultural tools used by the families. A restored farmstead with main house, detached kitchen, smoke house,and Tobacco barn depicts rural life as it was during the Great Depression era.  The gift shop offers unusual souvenirs and handcrafted items from Johnston County craftsmen. Picnic area with public restrooms. Museum building is wheelchair accessible, restored farm structures are not. Free parking and RV parking.

 


709 Church Street Hwy 301 N
Kenly, NC 27893
Phone:(919) 284-3431

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm