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Museum of Appalachia

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2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716-6756
+1 865-494-7680
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Huge collection of artifacts and information

We stopped on our way thru town and we were delighted with a tasty lunch and loads of artifacts of... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2017
Mary D
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Etna, Ohio
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GO BACK IN TIME

you can see and experience of the people living in that time period. so much to see and do, shop... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2017
DODOEAPPB
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Clinton, Tennessee
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2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716-6756
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Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

We stopped on our way thru town and we were delighted with a tasty lunch and loads of artifacts of Appalachian life. My friend had the pinto beans and corn bread as I ordered the spaghetti and veggies. Both meals were excellent and very filling....More

Thank Mary D
Reviewed 21 September 2017

you can see and experience of the people living in that time period. so much to see and do, shop and eat. we love it and love going there.

Thank DODOEAPPB
Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

Did not anticipate the wonderful collection of mostly handmade artifacts and authentic buildings taken from the ridges and hollows of the mountains. Amazing number and variety of artifacts with interesting descriptions, many accompanied by the bio of its owner or maker. Fascinating. Well worth the...More

Thank Robert A
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

Really cool outdoor representation of 1800 life. Lots of history and craftsmanship the way it was for early settlers. Living off the land was alot harder in those days. I am in my 50s and grew up knowing alot of what is displayed. Younger kids...More

Thank Ricky G
Reviewed 16 September 2017

What an amazing place to visit! The grounds and log cabins are something to experience. Great place for children as well. The museum itself is a must see. To experience the life of the Appalacian people through their music, crafts and living styles is really...More

Thank lindykallen
Reviewed 5 September 2017

I had passed the sign for the museum on I75 several times and was curious. My husband and I visited on Labor Day and were not disappointed. This museum is full of information and unique displays. The staff were very friendly. It is well worth...More

Thank Mimi R
Reviewed 4 September 2017

The sheer number of artifacts is stunning and you could easily spend hours here. The buildings are also very interesting. A student of history will find much to look at and wonder about. The inventiveness of the people who made the old tools and household...More

Thank Pondoro2310
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

As a teacher, this gives a wonderful step back into early history. There artifacts and intact homes of Daniel Boone, mark Twain and approximately 12 homes restored meticulously are intact. You get an excellent personal history's of the Appalachian people who pronounce the word APPALACHIAN...More

Thank stephen s
Reviewed 3 September 2017

Museum of Appalachia is a true East Tennessee treasure and a must see! We visited for the first time with our family and had a wonderful time! There is so much to see and do that you could easily spend an entire day there. We...More

Thank Midwest_Guy_100
Reviewed 1 September 2017

We visited this museum while en route down I-75 to Knoxville. The museum is actually a few miles east of I-75 toward Norris rather than Clinton. The museum includes thousands of artifacts, each identified by a hand printed label. The museum is clearly the result...More

Thank kytraveler800
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Hedy M
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Response from Shirley H | Reviewed this property |
Yes. They have plenty of parking.
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Response from Lesley P | Reviewed this property |
Did not see any any pets there but contact the museum direct.
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Response from AniKinTN | Reviewed this property |
Can google the museumofappalachia. $18 adult, $15 AAA, senior, or military. $10 for older kids, $6 for younger, think under five is free.
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