South Carolina Tobacco Museum

104 NE Front ST

Mullins, SC 29574

Phone: (843) 464-8194

City: Mullins

Region: Midlands

South Carolina Tobacco Museum

The state's official tobacco museum depicts life on a tobacco farm prior to 1950. A display shows the complete growing cycle and production of tobacco from the field to auction. Also see tobacco-related equipment, a wagon, re-constructed pole barn, blacksmith tools and special exhibits. Located in the restored turn-of-the-century train depot, visitors are greeted and see a 15-minute introductory video explaining Mullins' early role in tobacco auction/production. A gift shop is on site and Heritage Tours are available.

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