Crockett Tavern Museum

Reconstruction of original 1790s John Crockett Tavern, on site of boyhood home of Davy Crockett. Association for the Preservation of TN Antiquities site (APTA). Period furnishings and textiles. Loom room, Conestoga wagon, gift shop and restrooms. The Crockett Tavern Museum was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 2013. Special events include Davy's birthday celebration in mid-August.

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Latitude: 36.2210174 Longitude: -83.2688757 Elevation: 1341 ft
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Hours Open

Late April-October: Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Time Period Represented

1780 - 1820

Seasons Open

May-October

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

Leashed pets allowed.

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