L. W. Paul Historical Farm

  • 2279 Harris Shortcut Road
  • Conway, SC 29526
  • Location: Conway

  • Venue: L.W. Paul Living History Farm
  • Address: 2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway, SC 29526
  • Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Phone: (843) 915-5321

Experience life on the one horse family farm in Horry County from 1900-1955 at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm! It’s laundry time yet again at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm! Stop by on September 29th from 9 AM until 12 PM to see how clothes would have been cleaned before the use of modern washing machines.

  • Venue: L.W. Paul Living History Farm
  • Address: 2279 Harris Short Cut Rd., Conway, SC 29526
  • Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Phone: (843) 915-5321

Visitors of all ages are invited to join us Saturday, Oct. 3rd from 9 AM-12 PM at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm as we celebrate one of our favorite treats, the peanut. Stop by to try boiled peanuts grown at the farm and help harvest them. Bring the kids for a game of hopscotch and a chance to make their own birdfeeder using peanut butter!

  • Venue: L.W. Paul Living History Farm
  • Address: 2279 Harris Short Cut RD Conway, SC 29526
  • Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Phone: (843) 915-5321

Join us Saturday, Oct 24th from 9 AM-12 PM at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm to learn about one of our favorite fall foods, the sweet potato! Visit the farm house for cooking demonstrations, get your hands dirty helping harvest this year’s sweet potato crop, and enjoy outdoor children’s games. The L.W. Paul Living History Farm is open Tuesday-Saturday 9 AM-4 PM and teaches the history of the Horry County farm family from 1900-1955. The farm is free and open to the public and is located at the corner of Hwy 701 North and Harris Short Cut RD in Conway.

  • Venue: L.W. Paul Living History Farm
  • Address: 2279 Harris Short Cut Rd., Conway, SC 29526
  • Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Phone: (843) 915-5321

Visitors of all ages are invited to join us Saturday, October 31st from 9 AM until 12 PM to learn all about how corn was grown and used in our farm communities. Visitors can try their hand at shucking and shelling corn, see the gristmill in action and learn about the different ways that corn would be cooked in the farmhouse. Bring the kids by to make toys out of corn cobs and corn husks too! We’ll be having a costume contest at 11:30 have your kids dressed like a farmer and be ready to tell us their favorite crop.