Learn more about Matt Gardner Homestead Museum.
House Museum and Farmstead The Matt Gardner House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995 as a significant farmstead associated with African American heritage, agriculture, commerce, and architecture from 1870 to 1942. The farm provides for the interpretation of a variety of significant historical topics, including slavery, emancipation, Reconstruction, education, religion, architecture, and agriculture. The house is accompanied by five contributing structures, including a well house, smokehouse/store, chicken coop, outhouse, and cow barn. The Matt Gardner Homestead is one of seven certified Century Farms in Tennessee that was established by an African American.Read MoreLess
Matt Gardner Homestead Museum
Adults 5.00, Youth (6-12) 3.00 under 5 Free
Any Saturday before a Monday Holiday
1st and 3rd Saturdays, 10:00am -3:00pm
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