Visitors to the L.W. Paul Living History Farm will have the opportunity to sample the everyday life of farm family living in Horry County between 1900 and 1955. Guests on this working farm can observe and participate in activities that would have been commonplace on traditional
family farms. Plowing with mules, making lye soap, grinding grits, blacksmithing, curing meat,
preserving vegetables, milking cows, and harvesting crops are only a few hands-on activities the farm offers.
Events at the farm change with the seasons so check throughout the year to see what’s happening here. As the farm year progresses events and demonstrations change to interpret the activities that take place on the farm annually.