Persevering Appalachian Culture

You're Invited to Visit Hagood Mill

Open to the Public Wednesday-Saturday from 10a-4p

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Third Saturday Events

Each month we host an event. Click the link above to see what event is coming up.

Become a Vendor

We welcome artisan vendors to apply for a spot at our third Saturday events. Please email kim@visithagoodmill.com for an application.

About Us

You're Invited to Join Us Every Third Saturday!

Our third Saturday events each month bring a crowd to Hagood Mill Historic Site. Some enjoy the live music, others indulge in our culture, and all enjoy the memories made while visiting historic Hagood Mill. You’re invited to join us!

Classroom Field Trips

We offer guided tours featuring reenactments and hands-on learning for K-12, homeschool, and other educational classrooms.

Photographer's Pass

Enjoy the beautiful backdrop of Historic Hagood Mill for your professional photography sessions throughout the seasons.

What We Can Do

Check Out Our Traditional Classes and Workshops

We offer a range of classes in traditional arts to teach you the skills of the past. Learn hands-on Blacksmithing, Plants are Medicine, Old-Time Cooking, Gardening, Canning, and more from one of our specialized instructors.

Blacksmithing

Enjoy learning about the art of Blacksmithing at the Hagood Mill Historic Site!

Woodworking

Learn how to make a variety of objects from wood at the Hagood Mill Historic Site!

Old-Time Cooking

If you have ever been interested in cooking on the hearth, come to Hagood Mill Historic Site for instruction!

Chair Weaving

A beautiful skill to be learned at the Hagood Mill Historic Site, chair seat weaving is open to all abilities!

Gardening

As more people move to growing their own food, come to Hagood Mill Historic Site for tips and tricks for your home garden!

Canning

To keep the art of food preservation alive, join us for a canning class at the Hagood Mill Historic Site!

Since 1845

Hagood Mill Is a Reason to Bring Your Family

Join our “Friends of the Mill” membership or just come on out and explore everything Hagood Mill Historic Site offers. Experience a free range of beauty and exploration.

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Narrated Tour

Discover Ancient History in Our Petroglyph Site

Get up close to pre-historic carvings from before at least 1825! Visitors will be able to view the petroglyphs in a climate-controlled environment complete with a narrated light presentation.

The petroglyphs, discovered in 2003 by Michael Bramlett, were researched and cataloged by Dr. Tommy Charles and then covered by the Hagood Creek Petroglyph Center.

Pre-historic Rock Carvings

Believed to be pecked into the rock next to Hagood Creek!

Explore pre-1820's Living History

The petroglyphs also lay alongside the Native Roots Trail which is part of the Old Indian Path!

Audible Narration

Nothing extra required, you'll be able to listen to a narrated light presentation that tells the stories of our ancient petroglyphic carvings preserved at Hagood Mill.

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Lets Try From Our Ready Toys Catalogue

The Friends of the Mill is a program that allows individuals to proudly support the ongoing operations and activities at Hagood Mill Historic Site through a monthly donation of $10 or an annual donation of $120.

 

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Fresh Grains

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Camping Under the Stars

$650

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Classes & Workshops

$650

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Meet Kim Clevenger, our Assistant- Director wants to experience the best parts of historic Hagood Mill with you and your family. Find out how.
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Meet Billy Crawford, our Site Director as he walks you through the mill's history and timeline featuring more information about local events.
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Leatherworking Classes added!

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Set Your Calendar for Camp Hagood 2024!
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Set Your Calendar for Camp Hagood 2024!

Camp Hagood 2024 will be June 12-14! Camp Hagood is open to rising 3rd-9th grade students. The cost for camp is $175. This year, campers will get the chance to learn two different traditional arts. …