The Greeneville Greene County History Museum is one of only seven museums in America to complete the gold/top tier certification in all six areas of operation with the American Association of State and Local History. HOURS
The ETSU Gray Fossil Site & Museum! Together with our partner, the Hands On! Discovery Center, we are a dynamic hub for science and education in northeastern Tennessee. The world-class paleontological site in our backyard preserves a one-of-a-kind window into the Appalachian Highlands five
The Hawkins County Courthouse is the seat of county government for Hawkins County, Tennessee, United States, located in the city of Rogersville. It was built in 1836, it is one of six antebellum courthouses still in use in Tennessee, and it is the
In the year 1791, George Roulstone, the first printer to enter the State of Tennessee, took his press apart in Fayetteville, North Carolina, packed it on horses’ back or in wagons and trekked over the trails of the Blue Ridge Mountains into the
The Incredible Story of an Early African-American College All that remains of a sprawling Swift Memorial College complex is a restored building that now serves as memorial museum and warm, accommodating public gathering space. HOURS
On the state highway that links Morristown, Tennessee and Jonesboro, in a town called Bulls Gap is the Archie Campbell Museum. It is the birthplace of the famed Hee Haw performer and contains personal items and artifacts from his career.
Beginning in 1815 William Dickson, a wealthy Irish merchant and Greeneville’s first postmaster, and his wife Elizabeth Douglas Dickson, began construction of a home for their only child Catharine. HOURS For Hours & Tour Information
EXPERIENCES IN EAST TENNESSEE
What are your interests when it comes to travel? Begin your search by selecting a favorite category – Outdoors, History, Music, Family Fun and more.