FIELD TRIP AND TOUR OPTIONS
A DAY IN THE 19th CENTURY
$10/person, 50 person minimum, or $500 if fewer than 50 attendees
4 units focusing on the 19th century log house, the cellar and living out of doors, the Civil War, and the Creek Indians and spring. Includes the a la carte selections below.
Begins at 10 am, ends at 12:30 pm. Please see our website for a more detailed description of our renowned field trip program
A MORNING IN THE 19th CENTURY
$275, 30 person maximum
A detailed tour featuring a walk-through of the log house, discussions and demonstrations of cloth production, open-hearth cooking, the cellar and living out of doors, the family cemetery, the Creek Indians, and the creek and spring area. A la carte additions available.
A largely self-guided tour, this allows the participants to explore the grounds at their own pace. A docent is available to discuss the history of the Harris family and basic 19th century life on a farm in rural Georgia. A la carte additions available.
A LA CARTE
Robby Mitchell, Civil War Educator $60
Doc Watson, Blacksmith Educator $60
In keeping with the CDC and Governor Kemp’s recommendations, we highly suggest wearing a mask and practicing proper social distancing whilst visiting the WHHM&EC. Docents will be wearing masks, but we defer to each school’s policy regarding masks for the students. We regret that, at this time, we cannot offer the hayride due to social distancing guidelines.
“Wild Resources” nature walk led by Andrew Minnick of Authentic Primitive Living. Saturday, September 19th 9:00am-noon
A crash course in “ethnobotany” and understanding our beneficial flora. Focusing on edible, medicinal, and useful plants of the southeast (Georgia Piedmont region) We will address trees, plants, herbs, and fungi that have played vital roles in many cultures.
Event admission $10 (all ages) advance tickets suggested, limited quantities will be available at the gate. Tickets available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wild-resources-nature-walk-w-andrew-minnick-of-authentic-primitive-living-tickets-116470003917
**Closed toe shoes and appropriate clothing are recommended for the foray. Guests are encouraged to bring a basket (paper bags will be available), notebook, and a small pocket knife or scissors.
The log house and grounds are open to the public, from 10:00-2:00, for tours that day as well. Visit www.harrishomestead.com for tour and ticket information.
***In keeping with the CDC and Governor Kemp’s recommendations, we highly suggest wearing a mask and practicing proper social distancing whilst visiting the WHHM&EC