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James K. Polk Ancestral Home
W. 7th and S. High Streets, Columbia, TN, 38402, United States
The James K. Polk Ancestral Home, also known as James K. Polk House, is U.S. President James K. Polk's only surviving home other than the White House. The home was built by his father, Samuel Polk, in 1816. The Federal style brick home was constructed while James was...
0.1 miles Historic House
Athenaeum Rectory
808 Athenaeum Street, Columbia, TN, 38401, United States
The Athenaeum Rectory is all that remains of an extraordinary school for girls which flourished from 1852 to 1904. This school taught the girls everything a well educated young man would have learned at the time, including physics and calculus. The Moorish Gothic...
0.3 miles Historic House
Elm Springs
740 Mooresville Pk., Columbia, TN, 38401, United States
Elm Springs is a Greek revival mansion built in 1837 by Maury County’s master builder, Nathan Vaught. It faces the Mooresville Pike, which was the old stage road from Franklin to Pulaski. The name Elm Springs comes from the number of springs on the original farm....
2.2 miles Open Space
Rattle and Snap
1522 N. Main Street, Mt. Pleasant, TN, 38474, United States
The Rattle And Snap Plantation located in Mount Pleasant, Tn on State Hwy. 243 has been referred to as "magnificent" the "most monumental house in Tennessee. William Polk named the property "Rattle And Snap" after having won the land in a game of chance played with...
7.7 miles Historic House
Rippavilla Plantation
5700 Main Street, Spring Hill, TN, 37174, United States
The mission of Rippavilla Plantation, Incorporated is to preserve, restore and interpret the buildings and grounds of the Cheairs family utilizing the highest standards of scholarship, craftsmanship and preservation in order to create a site that will serve as an...
9.4 miles Historic House
Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life
5700 Main Street, Spring Hill, TN, 37174, United States
Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life is located behind Rippavilla Plantation, U.S. Highway 31. More than 500 items on display, many dating to the early 1800's. Most are from Tennessee but visitors from other states are contributing items unique to their area.
9.4 miles Museum
Mount Pleasant/Maury Museum of Local History
108 Public Square, Mount Pleasant, TN, 38474, United States
Rediscover the history of the “Phosphate Capital of the World” in Mt. Pleasant. This small town of 466 in 1880 boomed to 2,007 by 1900.
11.2 miles Museum
Lynnville Railroad Museum
162 Mill Street , Lynville, TN, 38472, United States
The Lynnville Railroad Museum is built around our 1927 "Prairie type" 2-6-2 Baldwin Steam Locomotive, acquired in 1997. This 97 ton Iron Horse was one of 8 identical locomotives built in Lima, Ohio in the 20's. Boiler 59760, built in 27' was one of 2 identical...
16.6 miles Museum
Wyatt Archaeological Museum
2502 Lynnville Hwy., Cornersville, TN, 37047, United States
Features the archaeological discoveries of Ron Wyatt, which include Noah's Ark, Sodom and Gomorrah, and the spot where Moses parted the Red Sea.
18.8 miles Museum
Carnton Plantation
1345 Carnton Lane, Franklin, TN, 37064, United States
Carnton is the restored home of John and Carrie McGavock. The house once a vibrant plantation home, served as field hospital to hundreds of wounded and dying Confederate soldiers following the Battle of Franklin in 1864.
22.3 miles Historic House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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