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Greenville - Attractions


You can contact the Cannon County C of C for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Cannon County C of C
PO Box 140
Woodbury, TN   37190
(615) 563-2222
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Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Greenville:


Andrew Johnson National Historic Site

College & Depot Sts. ,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Home of the 17th president Andrew Johnson. Commemorates his life & political career from tailor to president. Two homes, museum, tailor shop and cemetery.



Capitol Theatre

104 S. Main St.,,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - The capitol theatre is a renovated, historic 400 seat theatre featuring live theatre, music, dance and classic films. Home of Little Theatre.



Dickson - Williams Mansion

108 N. Irish St.,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Built in 1797 during the Civil War, the mansion served as officer's quarters for both Confederate and Union Troops. Prime Federal architecture.



Doak House Museum

Tusculum College,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Original home of Samuel Witherspoon Doak. Museum depicts the role the Doak family played in the religion and education of the people of the S.W. Territory.



Greeneville Historic District

115 Academy St.,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Bricked sidewalks lined with historic homes. Features the 4 corners of Andrew Johnson, tailor shop & museum, early home, statue and birthplace replica.



James - Ben Studio and Gallery

129 N. Main St.,,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Renovated 1850's fire hall houses eclectic array of fine art, artisan crafts, contemporary folk art. Award winning custom design jewelry studio.



Nathanael Greene Museum

101 W. McKee St.,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Local history museum of Greeneville County. Nine galleries devoted to preserving a record of the life and heritage of our people.



Old Greene County Gaol

College St.,,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - Built in 1804 - 1805. The rear of the jail nearly touched Richland Creek so the water could be channeled to enter and carry away waste.



President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library

PO Box 5026,  Greenville, TN or you can contact the Greene County Partnership @ (423) 638-4111 for additional information.  - The President Andrew Johnson Museum & Library is located on the campus of Tusculum College in Greeneville, TN. It was constructed in 1841.






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