Home School Group
Visiting Mullins Log Cabin
Feeding the Leghorn Chickens
Looking for Peppermint in the creek
Weaving an egg basket
This young lady truly wants to learn how to live the pioneer life
Churning butter, using a Daisy churn
Boys like to do pioneer chores too
Here the boys were skipping rocks in the creek
This was a group of mentally challenged folks learning about pioneer life.
Showing a group how to wash clothes the old fashioned way. We do things like this, plus touch on basket weaving techniques, we also use some plants to make cordage, and much more.
Ladies Church Group
Is your school, church, or other organization looking for a place to learn about Kentucky's pioneer history?
At Mullins Log Cabin 10 miles southeast of Williamstown, Kentucky, we offer an educational pioneer program.
Your students will learn how the pioneers lived on a daily basis, and will be allowed to participate in the following:
- Grinding corn to feed chickens
- Feeding chickens
- Use scrubbing board to wash clothes & hang on line
- Learn to weave a stool or basket
- Learn the uses of wild plants
Adult tours are more oriented toward the uses of wild plants, and demonstrations of chair weaving, and basket making, using natural materials from nature. Schedule your group tour by calling 859-322-3082 or by email -
2016 prices have changed. It's still a very resonable fee of $3.00 per person for your group tours. I like a group of at least 10, and no more than 25. If more than 25, your groups will be divided into smaller groups for each program. If you would like lunch served, please add an additional $5.00 per person.
Attention teachers & Parents who home school your children
I realize that your budgets have probably been cut, and money is very tight. However, for only $3.00 per person, you will find your money will be spent wisely. If your class is studying Kentucky history,
Mullins Log Cabin is a perfect place to bring your children to experience first hand an original 1850s log cabin in rural Grant County. We are only 45 minutes from the Florence area, and the same for the opposite direction of the Lexington area. Your children will learn how the pioneers lived, and the plants they used for food and medicine. They will learn how to wash clothes on a washboard, observe how baskets were made of willow, and take part in grinding corn and feeding chickens.
So make your reservations very soon for our Spring program. Workshops will begin again in September.
You may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call my cell at 859-322-3082
A group of friends with their dogs enjoying the day at Mullins Log Cabin
Simple pleasures like an old fashioned game of checkers, can be so enjoyable when you spend the day or night in the country.
There's plenty of room to setup your tennis net, or other lawn games.
Our program is very affordable at only $3.00 per person. This service is offered Monday thru Saturday. Occasionally an Abe Lincoln look a like will be available.
Program lasts around 2 hours, depending on the total attendance. If you're bringing a large group, students will be divided into smaller groups of 25 or 30. Other students may play games on the lawn, during their wait. Catered picnic lunches are available for an additional charge of $8.00 per person.
Our large lawn can accommodate a full size motorcoach or school bus.
Reservations must be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance
859-322-3082 or by email: email@example.com