Check the plantation’s website for closures and/or special events. There are small snacks for purchase in the Visitor Center, but that is all for food. Bring water with you, especially in the summer.
Children must be 6 years old to tour the house. Walking around the grounds gets hot, bring plenty of water and sunscreen with you.
Pebble Hill Plantation is closed on Mondays. The plantation is also a wedding/event venue, so check its calendar of events before you go. Some portions of the grounds may be closed to the public during events.
Whether your family vacation is on Florida’s panhandle or you’re passing through southwestern Georgia en route elsewhere, this is a great day trip for the family. Visit one of the South’s most beautiful Georgia Plantations. Wandering around Pebble Hill Plantation offers a look into its history and some great architecture. After exploring the grounds, head into historic Thomasville. The town has a lovely air of grace and southern charm that transports you to another era. As far as what to do in Thomasville with kids, there are loads of options for shopping and dining. Our nuggets enjoyed the selection at The Scoop Deli & Ice Cream, also perusing the books at The Bookshelf. Lastly, be sure to stop off at Grassroots Coffee for your locally roasted, caffeine fix and food too.