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My wife and I are recent retirees, and we bought a cabin in the woods in N.E. Tennessee, and have begun to to spend more time there, we have begun to learn more about the area and its incredible depth of history. We took the...More
Guide had terrific knowledge of house construction, occupants, history of house, furnishings. Learn about early days of Greeneville, how an opportunistic new settler raised his family up in Society. A bit too much info on death of Civil war hero. General Morgan. Learn about how...More
This house museum is filled with artifacts, history, and local anecdotal stories that stir the imagination; which moves you to a different time and place. History comes alive from the early 1800's through the civil war. A must see when visiting Greeneville. Tours begin every...More
The Dickson Williams Mansion is a beautifully restored example of pre-Civil War plantation type homes. The house also has a very colorful history. A general was ambushed and murdered on the grounds. The house was also converted into a hospital and served the community for...More
This is a beautiful furnished property. You get a excellent tour guide that tells you about everything in the mansion and you may ask as many questions as you like. This is an extensive tour that last about 90 minutes and it is not rushed....More
Great historic home with ties to General Morgan and Greeneville's rich history. Bethany, out tour guide, was very knowledgeable and friendly. The mansion house many beautiful and antique items collected from various members of the community.
We're very lucky to know Beverly as a good friend. His ancestors were involved with this mansion at the beginning and Beverly is an expert at the history. He gives a wonderful tour and it's very worthwhile to visit
This is a wonderful restored historic home with all the charm of yesteryear. Our guide was impressive with her knowledge of the home, it's families and the era in which they inhabited the home. The furnishings are exquisite. I would definitely rate it as a...More