The museum is accessible from Interstate I-24 exit #114 (Dixie Highway on the East side of I-24). Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors (65+), $8 Active or 20+ years Military, $5 for students, $4 Ages 2-5.
Train Rides cancelled until further notice
The museum exhibits include:
Scale replicas, many of which have won State Fair ribbons, of famous pioneer and colonial era buildings
Local Indian artifacts
Civil War documents, photos, weapons, clothes, etc.
Local agricultural / textile industry history
Information on the impact of World War II - General Patton chose the land between Manchester and Tullahoma to train his 600,000 troops for the European confrontation
Several antique collections - dishware, dolls, spinning looms, fabric, etc.
Children may also enjoy several collections of running Lionel trains, rocking horses, toys, etc.