Saturday is the first official day of spring and Landmark Park will be celebrating with its 27th annual Spring Farm Day.
The event is designed to show what rural life was like a century ago.
Volunteers will perform old-fashioned skills and crafts like plowing with mules and horses, shearing sheep, and blacksmithing.
Students from across the Wiregrass area got a sneak peak of the event Friday morning.
"It's been great. We went on a tractor hay ride, we watched some dogs herd sheep and one of the sheep got out of the pen. Now we are about to go learn how to make soap," said Hannah Grace Wilkinson, a student at Guardian Angel Christian Academy in Andalusia.
The gates will be open Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
Admission is $8 for adults, $4 for children, and free for kids ages 3 and under.