Cell Phone Tour
It is easier than ever to connect with the history of a community that raised a President. The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site offers the convenience of learning this history from the comfort of your car by using your cell phone. Here's how:
While listening to the audio, you can access several functions to aid in the enjoyment of the program and audio's:
At the conclusion of each audio or the program, press "0" to share your thoughts on the information that you have heard.
NOTE: This is a free service but your cell phone provider's usage and roaming fees will apply.
TOUR MAPS: In order to provide visitors with additional assistance, you may download cell phone tour maps and print them out before you visit the site.
Did You Know?
Jimmy Carter grew up on a farm, about 2 miles west of Plains, in a small community called Archery. About 25 families lived there, most were African-American.