Farmhouse Gallery & Gardens

Address: 121 Covered Bridge Ln. Unicoi, TN 37692 Contact Email: info@farmhousegallery.net Phone: (423) 743-8799
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One of Northeast Tennessee's hidden treasures and the home, studio/gallery of Wildlife Artist Johnny Lynch and his family. On their 75-acre pre-Civil War farm, the Lynch's have created a showcase of this area's natural beauty where birds, butterflies, wildlife and peacocks abound! Surrounded by beautiful gardens and enhanced with relics of our Appalachian heritage, the Farmhouse Pavilions provide you with an atmosphere suitable for formal and casual events. The flower and water gardens on the grounds contribute to the relaxing and inspiring aura that is ever-present in this unique setting. Open year-round. Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed on major holidays.


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(from Asheville, NC) Traveling west on I-26, take exit 28 (Okolona Exit) to stop sign at bottom of ramp. Turn right and travel to next stop sign. Turn right onto Roan St. (old Erwin/Johnson City Hwy) and travel 2 miles. Watch on the left for our sign and a covered bridge. Follow our driveway through the covered bridge (no buses through bridge; continue past main entrance 100 feet to bus parking area). (From Knoxville, TN or Abingdon, VA) Traveling east on I-26 (from I-81), take exit 28 (Okolona Exit) to stop sign at bottom of ramp. Turn left and travel to next stop sign. Turn right onto Roan St. (old Erwin/Johnson City Hwy) and travel 2 miles. Watch on the left for our sign and a covered bridge. Follow our driveway through the covered bridge (no buses through bridge; continue past main entrance 100 feet to bus parking area).

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City: Unicoi, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Northeast

Hours Open:
Open Year-round




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