Jimmy Carter National Historic Site

300 N. Bond St.
Plains, GA 31780- Map It
(229) 824-4104

AAA Editor Notes

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, 300 N. Bond St., consists of the restored former Plains High School, from which Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter graduated; the Plains Depot, campaign headquarters for Carter's 1976 Presidential Campaign; and the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm, 2 miles northwest of Plains. The high school now is a visitor center with a small museum, and a 28-minute orientation film is shown upon request. Other landmarks around Plains include brother Billy Carter’s service station and the Carter Peanut Warehouse. Note: The Carters' current residence is not open to the public.
Free.
Hours: High school museum open daily 9-5. Plains Depot open daily 9-4:30. Farm museum open daily 10-5. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving and Christmas.