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The Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Peanuts was established in 1961 under the Commodities Promotion Act. The Commission conducts programs in the areas of promotion, research and education. Funding is derived from a $2 per ton...more
If you have ever wondered where that jar of peanut butter on your table or the peanuts in your Snickers bar came from you can find the answer right here. One visit here and you will come to appreciate the peanut and the contribution the...More
The Peanut Museum isn't open on Mondays so we chose to stop in here based on reviews. We're glad we stopped but ten minutes was enough to see the whole thing. We did learn some interesting things about how peanuts are grown.
They had samples...More
Had seen numerous billboards. Wanted to buy pecan. VERY EXPENSIVE! Not worth the effort to get off the interstate!!More
Date of experience: March 2017
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GaPeanut, Guest Relations Manager at Georgia Peanut Commission, responded to this reviewResponded 18 March 2017
We hate to hear you had an unpleasant experience; however, we do not sell anything other than Georgia peanuts at our office. We fear you may have confused us with another local business in town that does sell pecans. If you ever find yourself back...More
We stopped here not knowing what to expect. The Peanut commission is a great place to learn about how peanuts are grown, harvested and processed. The grounds are quite as well. There's a pond and a park-like area to stop and relax.
We have visited this living history complex on 3 different occasions and discovered something new each time. This is a fantastic opportunity to see how things were accomplished without any electricity. They use steam powered machines and the force of water. There are different time...More
Great place to learn about peanuts from the professionals, ie. Georgia peanut farmers. Beautiful educational and display area. Very informative for a quick stop, and the peanuts are great. Right beside Interstate 75 in Tifton for easy access.
If you want to know how a peanut gets it start take 5 minutes to stop in. It is very clean and they have a few storyboards explaining it all when it comes to peanuts. The gift shop area is cute, everything peanut.