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Hardman Farm Historic Site, Sautee Nacoochee

(30 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • This was an insightful, well narrated tour of the Hardman Farm. We love viewing American History including the period of slavery to understand "from whence we've come". It may make some people uncomfo...  more »
  • It would help to call ahead because tours are limited. We happened in just ahead of a tour soon after it opened to the public. Being a lover of American history and an agriculture major, I loved seein...  more »
  • We arrived about 20 minutes before a tour, which are given on the hour the days they are open. The tour guide seated us in a room and turned on a video for us to watch before we were lead over to the ...  more »
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  • One of Georgia's newest Historical sites and they have done a lot of renovation/maintenance. Tour guide is required to go into the large house, but worth it. The story behind this place is amazing. Great place to be outside and take your time to look around. I wouldn't recommend the house tour for kids younger than 7 or so, don't think it could hold their attention. But outside good for all.
  • Guide was great. A lot of history more than you would think. Worth every penny.
  • It was interesting to hear about the house's story and look into the past. The house was beautiful to look at.
  • Great place to visit. Just 1 1/2 hours from Atlanta away
  • I was in that house long before it was sold my grandpa cleaned that house 16 years ago so I'm wondering what thay did to it