Cannonsburgh Village

Historic Cannonsburgh Village represents approximately 100 years of early Tennessee life from the 1830s to the 1930s. Within the village is a gristmill, school house, a telephone operator's house, the University House, the Leeman House, a museum, a caboose, the Wedding Chapel, a doctor's office, a general store, a blacksmith's shop, and the World’s Largest Cedar Bucket.

Self-guided tours are free. The Visitor Center has a variety of items for sale including post cards, t-shirts, snacks, drinks, and souvenirs.

Please call ahead before you plan your visit as the village may be closed for a private rental.

Historic gristmill with red waterwheel, creek, trees, lawn, & flowers

School Tours

Guided school tours of Cannonsburgh Village are available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, by appointment. There is a fee of $3 per student; teachers are admitted free with paid school tour. The tours last approximately 90 minutes with additional time required for larger groups. No tours in stormy weather.
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Weddings & Facility Rentals

The Cannonsburgh Wedding Chapel, gazebo, pavilion, and the Lions Club building are available year-round for rentals, and the grounds of Cannonsburgh Village are available to rent for company picnics or other themed events. Call for rental availability and details: 615-642-1289.
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Programs & Activities

Cannonsburgh Village offers a variety of programs and activities for individuals and groups of all ages. Programs include informational classes, crafts, gardening, history and preservation. Email us for questions, information on group tours and to make reservations for programs. Check out the calendar for a list of scheduled programs.