Come celebrate the spirit of a Cornstalk Heights Christmas as you tour our charming turn of the century neighborhood. We have several private homes open for you to enjoy. This is a unique opportunity to see some of the finest historic homes built in Harriman, the Town that Temperance Built." You can also visit our Carnegie Library, circa 1901, one of the last remaining Carnegie Buildings in the US.
Harriman is nestled between the Great Smoky mountains and the Cumberland Plateau.
About this Establishment
This is a self guided walking tour. Because of the historic nature of our community some of our sidewalks are brick and you can expect uneven surfaces. Our community is a bit hilly in nature and you will have to navigate stairs to get to some of the homes.
Time Period Represented
1890's - mid 1900's
Saturday Noon-6 pm and Sunday 1 - 6 pm
Current prices are $15 Adults and children (6-12) $5.
Second Saturday and Sunday in December
ADA Accessibility Notes
The Carnegie LIbrary and Temperance Building are ADA accessible. It will vary from home to home.
How to Get There
From Knoxville take I-40 West to exit #347 (Harriman/Rockwood). Off exit you will turn right and go north approx. 2.6 miles to downtown. Tickets are usually on sale at the Temperance Building or at the Carnegie Library (Walden St. and Trenton St.)
From Nashville take I-40 East and follow the directions above.
From Chattanooga you can take I-75 North to I-40 west. Continue with above directions. OR you can take Highway 27 north straight into Harriman.