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Crockett Tavern Museum

Crockett Tavern Museum

A replica of the boyhood home of Tennessee hero Davy Crockett; the museum contains artifacts from the time of Davy Crockett's childhood and tells the story of this legendary figure in American history.

Hours Open: Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Time Period Represented: 1780 - 1820

Seasons Open: Spring, Summer and Fall

Visitor Fees: Adults - $5, Students (ages 5 - 18) - $1, Children (under age 5) and Seniors - Free

 ADA Accessibility Notes

Due to the historic nature of this facility, it is not entirely handicapped accessible.  Reasonable accommodations can be made.

 Pet Friendly Notes

Pets allowed.

For More Information, Contact:

Sally Baker
2002 Morningside Drive, Morristown, TN 37814-5459

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Latitude: 36.221017400
Longitude: -83.268875700
Elevation: 1341 FT (409 M)
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