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Jarrell Plantation

711 Jarrell Plantation Rd, Juliette, GA 31046
(478) 986-5172
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OLD OLD Southern Plantation

If in the area, this is a must see plantation for historical reasons. Half day activity with... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
15Serene15
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Atlanta, Georgia
Real Plantation

Unlike the rare plantations of Gone with the Wind, Jarrell Plantation is the way most farmers lived... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
cslu1
,
manatee
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An 1850s style plantation country house bed and breakfast in middle Georgia. Next to the Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site and near The Whistle Stop Cafe in Juliette, movie set for the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes".
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711 Jarrell Plantation Rd, Juliette, GA 31046
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If in the area, this is a must see plantation for historical reasons. Half day activity with films, info and walking trails through the whole plantation full of houses, mills and other sites.

Thank 15Serene15
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Unlike the rare plantations of Gone with the Wind, Jarrell Plantation is the way most farmers lived in nineteenth and twentieth century middle Georgia. You visit the plantation through a self guided tour so you can go at your own pace and use your imagination...More

1  Thank cslu1
Reviewed 26 June 2017

its nice to stroll around and visit the many houses, sheds and working areas while reading about everything you see in the guide book you get there for the touring. Visiting is not a must but if you pass by its nice and guess never...More

1  Thank eva1500
Reviewed 19 May 2017

The Jarrell Plantation was much more typical of a southern plantation than the Gone with the Wind version. My great-great grands had a neighboring plantation to the Jarrells and it was similar in size so we could really get an idea of how they lived....More

1  Thank nogatraveler
Reviewed 18 May 2017

A great place to step back in time to learn about our early Ga. folk and how they lived. Vintage homes, barns and tools of the day.

Thank Daebo
Reviewed 11 May 2017

We spent a delightful 2 hours here. Start with the documentary film and then walk the property. Each stop is well signed. It is fascinating learning about the Jarrell family over the generations. They were certainly hard working and entrepreneurial. Everything is preserved just as...More

1  Thank cordyroy
Reviewed 8 April 2017

We were in town to see the Whistle stop Cafe which is nearby. The Jarrell Plantation was truly worth the stop .Even my wife who don't enjoy history liked this place .The staff was very helpful with all our questions .

1  Thank Marcus B
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Went here with my kids ages 4 and 7. It took us an hour to walk the plantation and see all the houses and structures on the property. The walk is a nice stroll, easy for kids, not strenuous but a little steep down hill...More

3  Thank ushma
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

We went to Jarrell Plantation for a guided tour. It was great! Very informative! It cover the late 1840's to the 1950's. There is even a B&B on site still in operation. There was a grist mill, cotton gin, saw mill, & several houses to...More

2  Thank Anna W
Reviewed 20 January 2017

This is an authentic former working plantation. Founded around 1865, and in the family until deeded to the State. Lots of history and knowledgeable staff to explain the founding family. Self guided walking tour. Events throughout the year to demonstrate how chores were done then.

1  Thank d b
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