The home of Sumner County statesman Josephus Conn Guild was built between 1836 and 1842. Its unique design makes it one of Tennessee's finest remaining examples of Greek revival architecture. The home features exquisite antiques that date back to the 1800's and a beautiful rose garden.
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Located at 810 South Water (Hwy 109 South) in Gallatin, one mile south of the Public Square.
Adults $5, seniors $4, children (6 - 12) $3, children under 6 free.
Third Sat. in June (Annual Renaissance Day); first Sun. in Dec. (Christmas Open House; also by appointment).
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