Beersheba Springs Historic District | Tennessee Vacation

Beersheba Springs Historic District

524 Armfield Ave
Beersheba Springs, TN 00000

Drive through the United Methodist Assembly, past the Beersheba Springs Hotel and other buildings that once made up the Beersheba Springs resort in the mid-1800s. It was acquired by the United Methodist Church in 1941, and today hosts a popular arts and crafts festival every year. Continue past the hotel for a spectacular view from the plateau. Motorcoaches not permitted.

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