Coker Farms National Historic Landmark
1257 S. 4th St., Hartsville
Housed in a replica of the original dairy barn, this center depicts Coker Pedigreed Seed
Company’s impact on southern agriculture. The company was an experimental farm
founded by David R. Coker in 1914 and had the first cotton breeding program in the US.
It is open daily 9am-6pm for self-guided tours. Group tours are available by appointment.