101 West McKee Street, Greeneville, TN, United States
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 4pm
For special tour hours, please call for an appointment.
Thursday, September 19th, 5:30PM - Opening reception for "Vintage Greeneville - Pictures from the Past" featuring 150 photos including digitally restored glass plate negatives from 1890-1925. Please join us for this free event at The Museum.
Visit Our Gift Shop:
Local quilt coffee mugs, selected jewelry, post cards, and a wealth of history books await you.
Fox Park Fair:
The farmer's market at The Museum's Gertrude M. Fox Park happens each Tuesday and Friday, 2-5PM.
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. We appreciate the honor and thank our staff, board members, and members for making this accomplishment possible.
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 Greeneville Greene County History Museum is the beautifully restored, historic General Morgan Inn, 423-787-1000.
Within 5 miles of The 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.
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Photo Credits: Museum Archives, Linnie Greene, Randi Nott, Amy Saxonmeyer, Dan Spice