Stories from three centuries of life in East Tennessee, from the Cherokee to the 1982 Worlds Fair, including frontier settlement, abolitionism, Civil War divided loyalties, woman suffrage, early country music, hillbilly stereotype, land removals of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TVA, the Manhattan Project, and more.
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From I-40 W, take James White Pkwy. Then take Summit Hill exit and go right. At third light, turn left on Gay St. ETHC is three blocks ahead on the corner of Gay St. & Clinch Ave. From I-40E, take Downtown exit, then at split, take Henley St. Turn at Church Ave. (first possible right turn). Go four blocks to Gay St. Turn left, and go one block to Clinch Ave. History Center is on the left at corner of Gay St. & Clinch Ave., directly across from Tennessee Theatre.
$5 Adults $4 Seniors Free Children 16 & under Free Sundays
Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun. 1-4 p.m.
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