There’s so much history to celebrate here in Thomasville.
History, hospitality, and gorgeous scenery all come together in Thomasville’s plantations. There’s a wealth of activities to enjoy at Myrtlewood Plantation including fishing, hunting, and sporting clays. If you want upscale-rustic dining with live music, then South Eden Plantation is the place for you. Pebble Hill Plantation has art collections, vintage carriages, and even a hedge maze for the kids to explore!
Thomasville’s Lapham-Patterson House showcases the architectural wonders that made it a National Historic Landmark. Learn about the unique history of the area through the Thomasville History Center. For those interested in African American history, the Jack Hadley Black History Museum is a must-see. And no journey to Thomasville would be complete without a stop at The Big Oak—a tree that is more than 330 years old!
The past, the present, and the future are all here, waiting for you!