Start by picking up the self-guided brochure for the walking tour at the 1820 Dandridge Visitor Center coach house. You have the opportunity to see 21 walkable sites downtown, as well as 17 driving sites nearby. Among the 21 sites that make up the walking tour are these must-see stops in this charming town: The Jefferson County Courthouse (1845) is home to a museum that features Native American artifacts, early farm equipment and Davy Crockett’s marriage bond.Four original taverns (1814-1843): Hickman Tavern, Roper Tavern, Shepard’s Inn and Thomas Tavern. Two cemeteries including Revolutionary Graveyard (1785), Jail (1845), Bank (1855), Barber Shop (1885). Eight homes (1820-1923). Three buildings (1823-1882) with various uses including a doctor’s office, general merchandise store, café, post office, funeral parlor, and telephone exchange.
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