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Linden - Attractions


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


Perry County C of C
PO Box 16
Linden, TN   37086
(931) 589-2216
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Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Linden:


Pinckney's Tomb Gravehouse

N/A,  Linden, TN or you can contact the Perry County Chamber of Commerce @ (931) 589-2216 for additional information.  - Pinckney's Tomb is a rock and wood structure built before 1895 by Pinckney Hufstedler as a burial site for him and his family.



Dickson - Ledbetter-Sparks Home

Lick Creek,  Linden, TN or you can contact the Perry County Chamber of Commerce @ (931) 589-2216 for additional information.  - A historically registered home, probably built in the early 1800's. Believed to have served as the Perry County Court in the 1820's.



Cedar Creek Iron Furnace

5 Miles S. of Hwy. 412,  Linden, TN or you can contact the Perry County Chamber of Commerce @ (931) 589-2216 for additional information.  - The only remaining 'double stack' furnace in the western rim of Tennessee, which ceased operation during the Civil War. The location is now a park.



Bromley Hotel

Hwy 13 S.,  Linden, TN or you can contact the Perry County Chamber of Commerce @ (931) 589-2216 for additional information.  - Built from 1909 - 1911. Residence and clinic for Horace C. Bromley. On the National Register of Historic Places. Mr. Bromley's residence was a hotel from 1918 - 1985. Museum of house and area.


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