We sold our home and land to travel. The old Andice Cotton Gin used to be on our property. It brought that all to life for us. The tour guide was knowledgable and good with people. There was a group of kids there and the guide did a great job with them. Educational for sure.
I wanted to go check this out because I live in the community and felt like I should be able to say I had been there. Well I was genuinely surprised to find it very interesting. There was a guide who took us through the actual cotton gin and explained the history as well as the operation. He was more... 更多
While we were on an antiquing trip to nearby Round Top, TX., my wife and I saw signs for the "Texas Cotton Gin Museum" and decided to visit it. We are so glad we did! During our trip, we made planned visits to many historical points of interest in Waco, San Antonio, Austin and the Round Top/Washington County areas. Much... 更多
Watched a short video and then learned a lot from the lady on staff. Great lace to visit with kids to learn about history. And if you are there during tours go...we weren't during this time but I can only imagine how it would have been.
If you have even a vague interest in history, what is involved in growing and processing cotton, mechanical equipment, or how people used to live, you will be glad you visited.Cotton Gin Museum. For $6 per adult you get to visit a well-put together one room museum, go on a guided tour (check for times), and see a short film.... 更多
Excellent tour by a knowledgeable tour guide. It was very interesting to learn how cotton was farmed and processed and to see the oldest operating cotton gin in the USA.
Great up close and personal walking tour of the oldest cotton gin in America. Our guide was a wealth of... 更多
This is an enlightening two-hour, hands-on presentation covering cotton from its germination through to processing for shipment using a still... 更多