McNeill Homestead

Built in the early 1820’s, the McNeill Homestead provides visitors a taste of home of the early 1800’s. Decorated in the fashion of the times, artifacts on display include a spinning wheel, a machine that takes corn kernels off the cob linens from the era the home was built. The restored home consists of a main floor with a rope bed, two smaller rooms in the back and loft where the children slept. It was donated to the Historic Properties Commission by the late Alton Gibson J. Marion McNeill in 1976.