11460 Ford Avenue, Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Shows of this Colonial times, Revolutionary War, Antebellum, Civil War while the Henry Ford eras are observed here. The Historical community keeps a monthly lecture sets right here from the first Thursday of each thirty days at 7:00 p.m.*There won't be a November conference because of the work being done in the museum. Kindly join us on Thursday, December 3rd for our annual meeting and social.
Your contribution enable united states restore and maintain the Kindergarten Building, in addition to improvement shows and artifacts around. If you would like to help make a donation to this task, kindly click the link below. Your share is tax-deductible.The Bailey Carpenter Barber store, on the Richmond Hill Historical Museum’s university, was employed by Bailey Carpenter, the area barber, for more than fifty many years. The barber chair was purchased by Henry Ford for Mr. Carpenter. Ford, during his wintertime residency in Richmond Hill, used Carpenter as his barber.
Ford's barbershop was recently chosen due to the fact "Coast's key Landmark" into the 2016 Georgia Travel Guide.
Wednesdays - Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Admission is free (donations appreciated).The Richmond Hill background Museum is based at 11460 Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill, Georgia.
When taking a trip south on I-95, just take Exit 90. Turn left onto Ford Avenue (GA Hwy. 144 East). In the 3rd red light, switch right onto Timber Trail path. The museum entry is on remaining.