We all know how big of a role technology plays in our daily lives these days. We can't go anywhere without our cell phones. Well, if you're looking for a reason to put the phone down for a short while (even the kids), consider stopping by the L.W. Paul Living History Farm in the Myrtle Beach area.

Located right outside Conway, this farm is a fully operational that depicts what life was like in Horry County from 1900 to 1955. There is even a museum on-site allowing visitors to take a step back in history and see how our ancestors lived in the early 1900s.

There are no computers or cell phones in sight on this property. Instead, you'll see hands plowing with mules, making lye soap, grinding grits, curing meat, milking cows and harvesting crops.

And don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. There are plenty of hands-on activities for the whole family to participate in.

Plus, the farm hands probably won't mind if you take a "selfie" while churning butter.