Visit Historic Greeneville Homes and Attractions

In the historic town of Greeneville, Tennessee, there is a multitude of Greeneville homes and attractions to see. BBOnline recommends the following two places in Greeneville for accommodations: Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins and Tanasi Hill Bed & Breakfast.

Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins
295 Kinser Park Lane
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 787-7947
www.tennessee-cabins.com

This fabulous Greeneville Bed and Breakfast is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Its comfortable and romantic cabins overlook the Nolichuckey River.

Tanasi Hill Bed & Breakfast
102 Doughty Avenue
Greeneville, TN 37745
(423) 638-1693

This elegant and comfortable 3-story Victorian century Greeneville Inn rests on a private 4-acre downtown estate. It is furnished and beautifully decorated with lovely antiques.

Greeneville Homes and Attractions

Dickson-Williams Mansion
114 North Irish Street
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 638-4111

The Dickson-Williams Mansion, once known as the "Showplace of East Tennessee", could be considered one of the most impressive Greenville homes because of its story about the people. Here, visitors can learn about the Dickson-Williams family and the Civil War heritage.

Historic Downtown Greeneville
115 Academy Street
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 638-4111
www.downtowngreenville.org

This charming shopping district has four blocks of historic Victorian buildings with lovely shops.

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
121 Monument Avenue
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 639-3711
www.nps.gov/anjo/index.htm

At the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, visitors can find original furnishings and information about Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, and collectibles from historical Greeneville homes.

Nathanael Greene Museum
101 West McKee Street
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 636-1558
www.nathanaelgreenemuseum.com

Nathanael Greene Museum is an interactive museum dedicated to the heritage of Greene County.

The Doak House Museum
P.O. Box 5026
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 636-8554
www.doakhouse.tusculum.edu

The Doak House Museum preserves and hosts exhibits and artifacts from the Doak family dating back from 1830 to 1860.

Whitewater Rafting with Cherokee Adventures, Inc.
2000 Jonesborough Road
Erwin, TN 37650
(423) 743-7733
www.cherokeeadventures.com

Vacationers can experience an adventure of a lifetime with whitewater rafting down the Upper and Lower Nolichucky River by experienced guides. Erwin is a 40 to 45 minute drive from Greeneville, Tennessee.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park
107 Park Headquarters Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-1200
www.nps.gov/grsm/index.htm

There are more than 100 native tree species in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Temperatures can change quickly in the park, as the elevation ranges from 800 feet to 6,643 feet. Ranger-guided programs are available.

City Garage Car Museum
210 South Main Street
Greeneville, TN 37743

The City Garage Car Museum displays interesting collectible cars dating from 1914 to 1971, including the NASCAR Number 4 Kodak Chevrolet that was driven by Sterling Marlin.

Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
1245 Davy Crockett Park Road
Limestone, TN 37681
(423) 257-2167
www.cleanairtn.org/environment/parks/DavyCrockettSHP

This beautiful site rests on 105 acres. In the museum at the park, visitors may find Davy Crockett exhibits. It also offers 88 campground sites including picnic grounds and swimming, along with mountain streams for fishing.

Cherokee National Forest Office
4900 Asheville Hwy
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 638-4109
www.fs.fed.us/r8/cherokee/recreation/cnf_north

At the Cherokee National Forest Office, visitors may go horseback riding, biking, picnicking, and much more.

Bible Covered Bridge
Warrensburg Road
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 798-1766

The historical structure Bible Covered Bridge was built in 1923. It was restored in the fall of 2004.

The Old Greene County Jail
East Depot Street
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 638-4111

The Old Greene County Jail was built between 1804 to 1805, and may be one of the oldest jails in the state of Tennessee.