Downtown Dandridge Visitor Center

Address: 133 W. Main Street Dandridge, TN 37725 Contact Email: office@mainstreetdandridge.com Phone: (865) 397-7420
View on map
#

Visitors to Dandridge are always impressed with the historic preservation and the quaintness of the town. Restaurants and shops line the downtown streets, and Douglas Lake provides the perfect recreational and scenic option for family vacations. Guided walking tours of the historic district can be arranged for groups by contacting the Visitor Center. Begin your day in Dandridge with a stop at the Visitor Center. There, you can obtain information about shopping, dining, events, and recreation. Information is also available outside the Visitor's Center when the center is closed. The Hickman Coach House, built circa 1820, is located directly beside the Hickman Tavern (now Town Hall). This narrow, brick, two-story structure was built for stagecoach operators traveling between Knoxville and Abingdon, Virginia, and on to “Washington City." The Hickman Coach House is now home to the Dandridge Visitor Center. The Visitor Center is operated by paid and volunteer staff, open Monday through Friday from 10 AM--3 PM and during special events and festivals.


view the e-guide and learn more

Tennessee Vacation eGuide
The 2014 eGuide gives you instant access to Tennessee’s irresistible attractions and destinations. Peruse venues online, then put in your order to get a free guide delivered to your doorstep.




Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways
Three statewide and 16 regional trails run through your favorite Tennessee destinations. The best part is you can decide when and where you want to travel. Discover more »

Sunny Side Trail
Keep on the Sunny Side as you drive through Smoky Mountain backroads and lush Appalachian countryside, through small historic towns and attractions bursting with adventure.  Learn about this trail »


White Lightning Trail
Get ready for 200 miles of unique stories told through Appalachian arts and legendary characters from Daniel Boone to the bootleggers of "Thunder Road."     Learn about this trail »