After several years of major restoration work, in May 2005 the Rouleaus were awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Tennessee Historical Commission for preservation and restoration of the historic property. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1995, in 2008 Lairdland Farm House was the second site in the state designated as an official stop along the Tennessee Civil War Trail. Don Rouleau converted a portion of the building into a Civil War museum filled with artifacts, clothing, military weaponry and equipment and numerous other pieces from his private collection, while his wife decorated the rest of the home with their lifetime accumulation of antiques, collectables and memorabilia.
$15 for tour of antebellum museum home decorated for Christmas and the Civil War Museum. $5 under 18 or with valid student ID no charge for children 8 and under
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.