3160 E Andrew Johnson Highway
Greeneville, TN 37745
Phone: (423) 638-7511
Fax: (423) 638-8956
3160 E Andrew Johnson Highway, Greeneville, TN, US, 37745
- Phone: (423) 638-7511
- Fax: (423) 638-8956
Enjoy a breathtaking view of 25 historic structures, including a replica of the capitol.
The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site commemorates the presidential successor of Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson. This property features Johnson's homes, his tailor shop as well as a museum and visitor's center offering a glimpse of the life and times of the 17th President. Pay your respects at the grave site located at the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery.
Visit the "Showplace of East Tennessee" that once served as both the Union and Confederate quarters. William Dickson built this Federal style mansion for his daughter, and the family entertained many famous guests such as Davy Crockett and President James K. Polk. The home is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 10:00 until 2:00.
The Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, located a short distance from Greeneville, spreads across 33 acres (13 hectares). This burial site was established in 1906 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the final resting place of Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the nation. A highlighting feature is the marble representation of United States Constitution.
The historic Salem Presbyterian Church was built in 1894 and it occupies tremendous historical significance. This historical landmark was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
"Serenity Cove is a center for education and therapy, dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, and clinical environment for achieving optimum health and vitality. The health restoration program is for people who are ready to make simple lifestyle changes. You will learn a program that returns to basic principles of good health. "
27 historic structures. Such as an old country store and Gilley Hotel.
Enjoy the excitement of auto dirt track racing.
The Jonesborough Historic District encompasses a wide area of 120 acres (49 hectares) and has several historic buildings within itself. The area reflects a mix of architectural styles, however the more prominent ones include the Queen Anne, Federal and Greek Revival styles. A visitor center is located in this area to guide the visitors though the maze of historic structures. A stroll down the lanes of the district would take you back to the 19th century. The district has been preserved and maintained pretty well. Culture and history enthusiasts will fall in love with this place.