Marble Springs was the last home of John Sevier, one of the state's founding fathers and the first governor of Tennessee, serving six full terms.
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From I-40: Take Exit 394 (US11/70). Turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Asheville Hwy. Cross the Holston River Bridge and turn right onto TN 168 (Governor John Sevier Hwy). Marble Springs is located 11.3 miles on the left. From Alcoa Hwy 129: Take the TN 168 E. ramp and a slight right onto Governor John Sevier Hwy. Marble Springs is 4 miles from Alcoa Hwy. on the right. From Chapman Hwy/US 441: Take Chapman Hwy South to TN 168 Governor John Sevier Hwy. Turn right onto Norton Rd. Turn right onto John Sevier Hwy. Marble Springs is located 2 miles on the left.
Guided Tours: Adults $5, Senior, Military, Children (5-17) $4, 4 and under free.
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Wednesday -Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 12pm-5pm
Monday and Tuesday; Special Holidays. Winter hours apply.
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