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Hartman wrote a review Jul. 2019
9 contributions4 helpful votes
Went by to see Governor Trousdale's mansion since was grandfather of old. It was closed. Went to "rarely advertised" Sumner County museum in behind house. We travel around the U.S.A. looking for great food and historic venues. This museum is exceptional. Allow time. It is loaded with historic artifacts from thousands of years old to recent times. Nothing seen on internet remotely covers the depth and value. Check web for limited times. $5 adult. $3 kids. Worth price just to see old firetruck and vintage autos, not to forget proof of Vikings traveling through the area. A must see if history buff or student.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Debbie B wrote a review May 2018
Gallatin, Tennessee23 contributions7 helpful votes
I took my 8 year old twins to the museum and it was a great experience for them. The ladies there told us a lot of stories about Gallatin while we were there too. Everything was labeled very well and arranged so you could see everything very easily. There was so much information that we went back for a second visit to make sure we saw everything.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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ladylawyer2u wrote a review Sep. 2017
Memphis, Tennessee6 contributions1 helpful vote
I stopped by the museum to tour it. Despite there being a sign that stated it was Open, the door was locked. I knocked at the door, but no one answered. Thus, I went away disappointed. The Open sign should not be in place, if it really isn't open. That is misleading.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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John K wrote a review Sep. 2017
Gallatin, Tennessee478 contributions70 helpful votes
The museum is a collection of artifacts and memorabilia that was started by a private collector in Sumner County who started the museum to house the collection. The displays are very well done and setup in a chronological order. There is a $5 donation that is well worth the experience. The staff member who was there the day we visited was very knowledgeable about the history of the area and the contents and was very happy to share his information.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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