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Saltillo - Attractions


You can contact the Hardin County Tourism Board for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Hardin County Tourism Board
507 Main St.
Savannah, TN   38372
(731) 925-2364
www.tourhardincnty.org
teamhardin@centuryinter.net




Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Saltillo:


Saltillo Historic District & Ferry

,  Saltillo, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Ride one of Tennessee's last remaining river ferries to the early river town of Saltillo. Homes date back to the 1840's.



Cherry Mansion

265 W. Main St.,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Circa 1830, served as headquarters for Maj. General U. S. Grant in the spring of 1862. Building is not open to the public.



Savannah Art Guild Gallery

26 Williams St.,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Original art in oil, watercolor, acrylic - framed and ready for sale. Opens daily 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and closed weekends.



Savannah Historic District

Downtown Savannah,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Two mile drive past 16 historically significant homes that are privately owned.



Savannah Historic Trail

Downtown Savannah,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Includes historical markers, reader boards, scenic overlooks, walkways and seating areas focusing on the town's rich Civil War history.



Tennessee River Museum

507 Main St.,,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Tribute to the Tennessee River and its influence on the land, people and the heritage of the Tennessee Valley. Five major exhibits available.



Tenn-Tucky One Stop

8900 Hwy. 128 S.,,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - One stop for all your hunting & fishing needs. Bait / tackle license, guns, ammo, calls, scents, tree stands, archery repair, electric bow range and guide service.



White Elephant Bed & Breakfast Inn

200 Church St.,  Savannah, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Elegant 2 story Victorian in Historic District. Antiques; hosts guide tours to Shiloh battlefield.



Shiloh Civil War Relics & Museum

4730 Hwy. 22,,  Shiloh, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - 2,300 sq. ft. of authentic Civil War artifacts. Everything from bullets to cannons, including swords, muskets, pistols, books, buckles, etc. . .



Shiloh National Military Park

1055 Pittsburg Landing Rd.,,  Shiloh, TN or you can contact the Hardin County CVB @ (800) 552-3866 for additional information.  - Shiloh National Military Park was established in 1894 to preserve the scene of the first major battle in the Western theater of the Civil War.






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