Horry County Museum and L.W. Paul Living History Farm
New Family Programs at the Museum & L.W. Paul Living History Farm
These FREE, family friendly programs are open to children ages 5-10.
Junior Curators will meet at the Museum and will offer children a chance to learn about the history and natural history of Horry County through hands on activities.
Junior Farmers will meet at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm and focuses on the traditions of an early 1900s farm family.
For dates and times, please visit our events tab. Pre-register for programs with Marion Haynes.haynesm@HorryCounty.org
L.W. Paul Living History Farm
The Horry County Museum and the L.W. Paul Living History Farm provide free field trips and programs to schools. Students visiting the Museum will have the opportunity to engage in curriculum based, hands-on programming in our Education Room, as well as a self-guided tour of the exhibit galleries with their teachers and chaperones.
At the L.W. Paul Living History Farm students will witness various agricultural and domestic demonstrations that will show what life was like for a farm family in the early 1900s.
For more information, or to schedule a field trip to either of our facilities, contact Marion Haynes at 843-915-7861
Can’t make it to the Museum or Farm for a field trip? Museum staff have curriculum based lessons that can be brought to your school at no cost. For information regarding available programs and to schedule a session, contact Marion Haynes.