• Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Visitor Center- Plains High School

    Jimmy Carter

    National Historic Site Georgia

Guided Walking Tours of the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm

Blacksmith shop and barn at Boyhood Farm

Blacksmith shop and barn at the Boyhood Farm.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

President Carter's beliefs and personality were shaped on a rural farm where he lived from 1928 to 1941. Experience a bit of nostalgia and learn more about the childhood of our 39th President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate by participating in guided walking tours of the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm. We invite you to step back in time to the 1930's at the following times:

Saturdays & Sundays at 11:30am and 3:30pm

Tours will be limited to the first 25 attendees. Please wear comfortable walking shoes for this 30-minute walking tour. For more information, please call the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site at 229-824-4104. The National Park Service reserves the right to cancel presentations due to inclement weather.

Did You Know?

Rosalynn Carter

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, three years younger than her husband Jimmy, graduated from Plains High School in 1944 as class valedictorian receiving the highest grades in her class.