Neeses Farm Museum

6449 Savannah HWY

Neeses, SC 29107

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Phone: (803) 247-5811

City: Neeses

Region: Midlands

Neeses Farm Museum

This museum contains farm tools, household items and farm equipment from years past. There are butter churns, a wood-burning cook stove, a cotton gin and numerous tools. A spinning wheel, a collection of iron cookware and World War I and II artifacts are included. School children enjoy visiting the museum for a glimpse of "life on a farm" 100 years ago. Collections include arrowheads, Indian pottery and artifacts pertaining to Native Americans. A Pee Dee Indian tour guide, dressed in authentic regalia, gives dancing demonstrations.

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