Pebble Hill Plantation is a located in Thomasville, Georgia. It was established in 1825. It was an agricultural site producing cotton, sugar cene, corn and tobacco and was worked by the owner Thomas Jefferson Johnson. This stately architectural beauty stands proudly among the magnolias and long leaf pines in southwest Georgia. Pebble Hill is a home rich in both art and history. Pebble Hill opened to the public in 1983.