Lose track of time at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum. Located in the restored 1913 Hotel Halbrook in downtown Dickson, the museum provides tours, exhibits, special events, and educational programming for learners of all ages. Visitors discover the colorful heritage of railroading, impact of the Civil War on the region, and stories about the people and industry of Dickson County. As the birthplace of Tennessee governor Frank G. Clement, the museum interprets the accomplishments of the state's youngest modern governor.
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Take exit 172 (RT 46) off I-40. Go north toward Dickson 4.4 miles. Then left on College Street (RT 70) and left on Main Street. The museum is on the left at Frank Clement Place.
$4 adults; $2 seniors, students, and military; under 14 free
Tuesday-Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; Sat 9:00 am to 4pm
Sundays, Mondays, and Major holidays
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