Jimmy Carter National Historical Park | CARTER FARM OUTBUILDINGS

Barn, wagon shed, and pump shed at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm

Barn, wagon shed, and pump shed at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm


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There are a number of original outbuildings at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm, some of which are actually used today. For example, the barn is used to stable the two mules that live at the farm.

Barn on the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Barn on the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Other buildings include a milking shed, a pump house (for a water pump), and a wagon shed. There is also a collection of old farm equipment on display.

Milking shed at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Milking shed at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Pump House at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Pump House at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Wagon shed at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Wagon shed at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Wagon in the wagon shed at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Wagon in the wagon shed at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Collection of antique farm equipment at Jimmy Carter's Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Collection of antique farm equipment at Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Blacksmithing demonstrations are held on select weekends and during special events at the Blacksmith Shop. Check the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park’s Calendar web page for a schedule of events.

Blacksmith shop at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Blacksmith shop at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm in Plains, Georgia

Blacksmith on duty at the blacksmith shop at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm

Blacksmith on duty at the blacksmith shop at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm

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Last updated on April 30, 2022
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