Enjoy the story of this area and learn more about Greene County's long and compelling history. We're open Tues.-Sat., 11AM-4PM. Find us downtown at the corner of Main and McKee near President Andrew Johnson's home.
World War One - Lessons and Legacies:
We welcome a travelling exhibit from the Smithsonian in Washington, DC that marks the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War One. We have added our own display of World War One artifacts, and we honor Greene County Veterans of World War One in our award-winning Earl Fletcher, Jr. Veterans Honor Gallery. Please enjoy our latest exhibit. Study guides geared to grades 6-12 are available for teachers and home school parents.
From Interstate 81:
Exit at # 23, the Greeneville/Bulls Gap exit. Turn northeast onto Highway 11E toward Greeneville and proceed approximately 12 miles. Exit at the first business exit in Greeneville (Summer Street). Proceed through three traffic lights and turn right onto South Main Street. Proceed to traffic light # 6 and turn right onto West McKee Street. Turn left into the Museum parking lot at the sign.
From southwest on Highway 11E:
Turn left onto North Main Street at the Main Street/Highway 93 intersection. Proceed on North Main Street until you get to traffic light # 6 on South Main Street. Turn right at traffic light # 6 onto West McKee Street. Turn left into the Museum parking lot at the sign.
Where To Stay
Within walking distance to the Nathanael Greene Museum is the beautifully restored, historic General Morgan Inn, 423-787-1000.
Within 5 miles of the Nathanael Greene Museum are the Quality Inn, 423-638-7511; the Hampton Inn, 423-638-3735 and the Econo-Lodge, 423-639-4185, and the Knights Inn, 423-638-1331.
101 West McKee Street, Greeneville, TN, United States
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 4pm
For special tour hours, please call for an appointment.
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Photo Credits: Museum Archives, Linnie Greene, Randi Nott, Amy Saxonmeyer, Dan Spice