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Lexington County Coronavirus (Covid19) Information

The Lexington County Administration Building is open for public access Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Museum Map


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Building Names

 Buildings of the Museum

Cotton Gin (1850)

Cane Press

Lorick Log House (1770)

Single Pen Log Barn (1850)

Double Pen Log Barn (1850)

Calf Barn

Slave Pen

Corn Crib (1850)

Barnyard Potato House

Carriage House (1850)

Blacksmith Forge (1830)

Exhibit Hall & Museum Administration (1999)

Leaphart/Harman House (c.1800)

Loom Room

Joel Ridgell Kitchen

Winter Dairy Building

Fox House Slave Quarters (1832)

John Fox House (1832)


Oven Stand

Summer Dairy Building

Ash Hopper

Potato House

Chicken House

Smoke House

Privy Buildings

Bee Gums

Pigeon House (1858)

Hazelius House (1834)

Daniel Koon House (1800)

Corley Log House (1771)

Oak Grove School (1815)

Post Office (1820)