Museum Hours:​


The Museum is open  Tuesday-Saturday 11AM-4PM.  Safe social distancing while touring The Museum is encouraged, and masks are recommended for those who have not been vaccinated. 


Museum's Past, Present, & Future

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Nationally Recognized:  

​​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.



Director of Operations, Betty Fletcher accepting the Award of Distinction for annual "Mornings at The Museum" events. 

  Our Traveling Trunk Show takes The Museum to schools and civic groups as part of our educational outreach.   This program is supported by the Fund for Greene County and the East Tennessee Foundation. We thank them for their support.

Education and Schools


We welcome many young visitors every week, and school field trips are a great learning experience.  Home schoolers are also welcome to include us in their learning plans. Contact Betty Fletcher, Operations Director, for more information.


Mornings at The Museum events feature a unique learning experience for hundreds of Greeneville City Schools and Greene County Schools students.  Characters from history serve as storytellers and tour guides for  real-life glimpses at history.  












​​The Greene Experience Gallery takes children back to pioneer times.Though child-sized, this gallery is big on adventure!  It features a log cabin, covered wagon, Native American huts, stuffed animals, bonnets, coonskin caps, and Klondike Mike, a giant stuffed Grizzly Bear! A painted mural which illustrates David Crockett's life story adorns the adjacent hallway.  















The Presidential Easter Egg Hunt is an annual event sponsored and facilitated jointly with the The Museum, Greeneville Youth Builders, and the National Park Service

at the President Andrew Johnson Homestead, located

near The Museum. 














The Children's Christmas Ornament Workshop, in cooperation with the Greeneville Youth Builders, annually transports art from participating youngsters to The  Museum's Christmas tree.