Grandpa's House

Address: 2217 Oak Grove Road Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150 Contact Email: Phone: (615) 699-0166

We are the second, third and fourth generation living and working on the Ritter Farm, about two miles from Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee. We are hand crafters: carvers, wood workers, quilters, artists, seamstresses, blacksmiths, wagonmakers, potters, photographers, musicians and storytellers. We are continuing the crafts that have come from this farm for more than 65 years. Our gift shop and museum features local artists, craftsmen, and musicians. We celebrate our heritage through special events and our mini-museum of rural life. Be sure to read all the pictures and signs posted throughout Grandpa’s House to learn some of the history of this old country home and farm. Walk around the house, sit and visit on the porch. Bring your guitar and enjoy the shade of the trees. You are welcome to stay as long as you want at our Grandpa’s House. This was one our favorite places as kids, we hope you will enjoy your time at Grandpa’s House!

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City: Red Boiling Springs, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Upper Cumberland

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Hours Open:
Open by appointment but we are usually somewhere on the farm, just hollar out and someone will come running.

Dates Closed:
Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Day, local funerals and family reunions

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