NOW OPEN FOR THE 2023 SEASON! Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014, this replica of the boyhood home of American frontiersman and Tennessee native son, David "Davy" Crockett has been a Morristown main-stay for over 50 years. Located just a short drive from his birthplace in Limestone, TN, Crockett Tavern Museum is a faithful reproduction of the tavern and inn owned by Crockett's parents. The building contains artifacts from Crockett's childhood and tells the story of this legendary figure. Davy’s Trading Post on the grounds of the museum offers a variety of Crockett and pioneer-related items for purchase. An interpretive kiosk, part of an Eagle Scout project, has been added to the museum grounds and offers a wealth of information. The museum celebrates Crockett's birthday annually on the second Saturday of August with a living history event. Because this is an authentic recreation, the building has no air-conditioning. We encourage guests to call ahead (423-587-9900) if they plan to visit on very hot days to determine if the museum is open.
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Crockett Tavern Museum directly.