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Located on West Governor John Sevier Highway. The original home of John Sevier, first governor of Tennessee, stands on a 37 acre tract along with several outbuildings. Hiking trails and picnic facilities are on the grounds.

Open Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 2pm-5pm in April through October; hours vary the rest of the year.

Location: 1220 W. Gov. John Sevier Hwy., Knoxville Tennessee 37920 Telephone 865-573-5508

Other History nearby:
(Pigeon Forge) Carbo's Police Museum
(Knoxville) East Tennessee Historical Society Museum
(Knoxville) James White's Fort
(Norris) Lenoir Museum
(Knoxville) Marble Springs
(Norris) Museum of Appalachia

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