Antique Agriculture Festival
19479 E Murrell Home Rd
Visit the George M. Murrell Home near Park Hill for a true antebellum harvest festival.
Built in 1845, the 40-acre Murrell Home and Plantation comes alive at the Antique Agriculture Festival. For three days, dozens of living history presenters and craftspeople showcase the myriad of skills needed to survive during harvest, the busiest season of the year on this working farm.
In addition to soap makers, smiths and spinners showcasing their distinctive skills, musicians and magicians will be strolling about providing pre-Civil War era entertainment to festival goers. Be sure to enjoy some great food during the foodways demonstrations and strap on those fancy shoes for the Saturday night harvest dance.
Before heading back to the 21st century, visit one of the vendors specializing in handmade goods and take a piece of 1840s Cherokee Territory home.