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Easy parking off site to the south, parking in front (2-3 cars) are in the way of photos. Was closed the day I was there (the normal closed day). The Conestoga wagon behind the main building << WOW!! Seen these in movies NOT in real...More
This is one of Davy Crockett’s homes. No, it isn’t original, but the people who are running the place make the history come alive. It was worth seeking out and finding on a cool autumn morning. The tidbits of history and the knowledge of Davy...More
Had a wonderful time with a great docent! So much information and well presented. Was able to answer all the questions as fast as the RTT's could ask them.Truly enjoyed the information about foods and utensils and lodging and musical instruments and historic weapons and...More
This very unique rebuilt tavern from way back is a great way to spend 1-2 hours. It is full of old items to show you how things were back in the days of Davy Crockett as a boy. It was tastefully rebuilt in 1958 and...More
Not sure what I was expecting. $5 for adults and you get a guided tour. Lots of replicas like a laminated picture of a picture of his wife.
Our tour guide was nice and extremely knowledgeable. There is parking for 2 cars.
I just don't...More
I meant to leave a review earlier. My kids and I along with my nephews and mom visited the Crockett Tavern Museum in the fall of 2017 and we had a great time. The lady was so patient with my children (they were all over...More
Great historical place to visit! Nice location with history galore! The director/tour guide - Miss Sally is AMAZING!!! She is one of the most humble and knowledgeable people about Davy Crockett during this time in his life! She is a "treasure trove" of info. which...More