A popular attraction in Neeses is the Neeses Farm Museum. The late Ellen P. Chaplin, Orangeburg County Superintendent of Education for 25 years, had the idea for the museum. She was a historian of facts and legends of Orangeburg. Nick Chaplin, a former Neeses mayor, donated the bricks for the museum, which was established in 1976.
This museum contains historic artifacts, clothing, an old fashioned kitchen, handmade plow, grain cradles, saws and other items of farm history. The museum is located on Highway 321 near Highway 4 in Neeses. The museum is open by appointment and is freen to the public.