In The Area
Greeneville, TN is a small Northeast Tennessee town with a long list of things to do and places to see! Below are a few that may peak your interest:
Things To Do
A WALK WITH THE PRESIDENT TOUR
PHONE: (423) 787-0500
Tennessee’s oldest town is brought to life as you stroll down the same streets that Andrew Johnson did when he returned from the White House in 1869.
ANDREW JOHNSON NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
PHONE: (423) 639-3711
The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site honors the life of the 17th President.
PHONE: (423) 787-7500
Downtown dining with an upscale flair, Brumley’s Restaurant offers traditional American fare in a beautiful, historic atmosphere. Daily Specials | Weekly TapasFri & Sat Prime Rib Specials International Wine Menu
CITY GARAGE CAR MUSEUM
PHONE: (423) 638-6971
The City Garage Car Museum was founded in 2008 by Kent Bewley, a Greeneville native whose family has been in the automobile business since 1937. The museum has a diverse collection of cars ranging from a 1914 Ford Brass T Model to a 1971 DeTomaso Pantera Sports Car. The Emporium, the Palace Movie Theatre, and Suzie Q’s diner add much to the museum experience.
DAVID CROCKETT BIRTHPLACE STATE PARK
PHONE: (423) 257-2167
David Crockett’s Birthplace has been preserved by the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation as a historic site within the state park system. The site consists of 105 partially wooded acres of land along the Nolichucky River in Greene County, Tennessee.
DICKSON-WILLIAMS MANSION TOUR
PHONE: (423) 787-0500
Step across the threshold of the Dickson-Williams Mansion and step into a storied past filled with exquisite antique furnishings, immortal American heroes, and intriguing history.
DOAK HOUSE MUSEUM
PHONE: (423) 636-8554
Visit the home of Rev. Samuel Witherspoon Doak, a frontier Presbyterian minister, and educator who co-founded Tusculum College. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Doak’s home, built ca. 1830, houses period furnishings and offers educational programs for adults and children, as well as special events throughout the year.
THE GENERAL MORGAN INN
PHONE: (423) 787-1000
Originally built in 1884, this landmark hotel and member of the National Trust Historic Hotels of America, has been the crown jewel of downtown Greeneville for more than a century and has been carefully renovated to offer the best of today’s creatures comforts in a beautiful late-Victorian setting.
GREENE COUNTY PARTNERSHIP
PHONE: (423) 638-4111
The place to turn when looking for ideas on local events, happenings, local business, etc.
PHONE: (423) 638-0411
The Greeneville Flyboys is Greeneville’s own Minor League Baseball team. Pioneer Park. The 2,572 seats minor league stadium in which they play, is anything but minor!
GREENEVILLE / GREENE COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM
PHONE: (423) 636-1558
Take a walk through Greene County’s rich history. 12 galleries and 12 walk-through exhibits galleries house artifacts depicting the lives of pioneers, a recreation of Greeneville’s Main Street circa 1905, soldiers, President Andrew Johnson, the African American experience, Victorian-era families, and much more. Located in the Downtown Historic District.
PHONE: (423) 638-3143
A small community park just a short drive from downtown Greeneville.
From the Appalachian Trail to local trails, Greeneville and the surrounding area is hiker’s paradise!
PHONE: (423) 639-5912
A campground, pool, waterslide, and putt-putt are some of the highlights of this local park which is set on the Nolichucky River.
NISWONGER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
PHONE: (423) 638-1328
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center is a spectacular 1,135 seat venue that hosts various performing arts events.
PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON MUSEUM & LIBRARY
PHONE: (423) 636-7348
The building was known as “Old College” is the home of the President Andrew Johnson Collection, Tusculum College Archives, and Tusculum Museum Studies Program.
PHONE: (423) 636-7300
Tusculum University was founded in 1794 and is the oldest college in the state of Tennessee, the twenty-eighth oldest college in the nation, and the oldest coeducational institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA)