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The weather was not cooperating, but this could be a fun place on a nice day. Different buildings around the farm offer up farming activities. They were making lye soap, and a woman was doing laundry with it. Interesting. Gift shop has jams, jellies and...More
I originally visited this farm museum one summer when we were vacationing at Myrtle Beach, SC. Since then, I've made several trips specifically to visit to this open air, living history, working farm museum.
It's located only 30 minutes from Myrtle Beach and is very...More
What a delightful day! We watched the cutting up of a hog, the making of soap, trying out lard, sausage making, woodworking, plowing with mules, corn shelling, corn milling, cooking on a wood stove; a glimpse of life in the middle 1900's in this area...More
A visit to the farm is truly a trip back in time. Lots of old barns, the old church and even the old farm house, just as they were many years ago. On occasion they even have people working the farm making cane syrup, soap...More
We visited the L. W. Paul Living History Farm on Smoke House day. They were putting hams and bacon in the smoke house. They even cooked the cracklings down to render the lard.
In the kitchen they were showing the cooking of a meal on...More
I found this by searching for stuff to do near Myrtle Beach, since our visit was in late December and it was chilly. This was on the way to the beach for us but when we stopped it was closed for holiday that day. I...More
My husband and I visited the Living Farm from very busy Myrtle Beach where we were staying. We just loved the serene setting and history that went along with it. We both felt this was more our style rather than the touristy area near our...More