More than 100 homes and structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can tour several of these buildings year round including Harriman's Carnegie Library celebrating 100 years in 2009 and the Temperance Building, home of the Harriman Heritage Museum. Many of the homes and structures can be toured during the Historic Harriman Christmas Tour held on the 2nd Saturday and Sunday in December. Participating home owners go to great lengths to prepare and decorate their homes in the Christmas spirit, for visitors to enjoy. Generally, 8-12 homes participate, along with churches and public buildings. For more information visit their website: www.cornstalkheights.com
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From Knoxville: I40 west to ext 347 right on to Hwy 27 go approximately 2.3 miles to downtown Harriman, right on Walden St. follow signs. From Nashville: I40 east to exit 347 right on highway 27 go approximately 2.3 miles to downtown Harriman, right on Walden St. follow signs.
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