Exhibits, events and programming of the Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum promotes agriculture through the interpretation of historical practices, science, technology, and the future of the industry in South Carolina. The Museum features an exhibit highlighting the South Carolina Century Farm Program, which honors farming families throughout the state who have worked to sustain their farms for 100 years or more. In addition, the Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum recognizes and promotes regional farms, farmers markets, and leaders in agribusiness. The Museum acts as an educational resource promoting all aspects of agriculture including history, science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and works to adhere to current SC educational standards in all tours, events and programs.
The state's agricultural museum currently features a variety of indoor and outdoor exhibits, where visitors can learn about the history of farming in the state while enjoying interactive activities both inside and out from planting a seed to shelling and grinding corn. Exhibits feature technology integrated into the displays, with videos and demonstrations along side historic and modern farming tools and implements. Outdoors, visitors can enjoy gardens that display both historic and modern modes of agriculture in the state.
Find us online at www.BGAMSC.org, or Facebook.com/BGAMSC. The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina – "Come Grow With Us!"