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Ames Plantation

Historic Sites
Address: P.O. Box 389, Grand Junction, TN 38039
Phone: 901-878-1067

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  • charlie1sg
    charlie1sg
    Memphis, Tennessee
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    Ames

    This is open once a year for two days I believe. Cost is minimal was like $5 each to get in. Booths selling about everything. Food of all sorts. Love the fresh fried pig rinds. Civil war re-enactments...

    Reviewed on /Date(1561262108000+0800)/
  • pmoss12500
    pmoss12500
    Saulsbury, Tennessee
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    Fall

    Went to the fall festival last year. It is in early October. Booths and exhibits everywhere! Kids love this place. It lets them pick cotton, pet coon dogs etc. Plus you ride a bus in. Not so com...

    Reviewed on /Date(1505896538000+0800)/
  • WoodfordDrinker
    WoodfordDrinker
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    Wonderful must visit festival!

    If you want your children to see how things used to be done the old fashioned way, as in farming, knitting, quilting, cooking, goat milking, picking cotton, soap making, tobacco making, etc., this is ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1475830747000+0800)/
  • dudewhotravels2010
    dudewhotravels2010
    middleton, tn
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    Go there in October

    The Ames Plantation is an outstanding place to visit. It only gets better if you attend the Heritage Festival in October. Visit their accurate website for date(s) and information. This is a must see f...

    Reviewed on /Date(1469806601000+0800)/
  • 711tiffanyt
    711tiffanyt
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    Heritage Festival 2013

    This is the 4th time I've been to the Heritage Festival at Ames Plantation, and it gets better every year. There were many more vendors and lots more to do. Much of it was educational--lots of histo...

    Reviewed on /Date(1381658518000+0800)/

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