“where it all began..”
The museum is a log cabin made from two original Putnam County slave cabins. The building is similar to the one occupied by Uncle Remus, the lovable character made famous by Mr. Harris. Colorful scenes in each of the windows depict the countryside of a southern plantation during the ante-bellum days. Shadow boxes containing delicate wood carvings of "de critters" capture the other world of Uncle Remus. The focal point of the cabin is a large portrait of Uncle Remus and the Little Boy.
Ms. Georgia was an amazing guide and story teller. This is a must stop.
Loved visiting this place- it took me back to my childhood when I heard a lot of Uncle Remus stories!
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Uncle Remus Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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