This is a large, free and wonderful state. Museum. It capably tells the story of this state from prehistoric times to the present. Fantastic artifacts. Not sufficiently visited so it seems never to be crowded. Easily worth 2-3 hours.
About Tennessee State Museum
1 - 10 of 655 reviews
Overall we enjoyed our visit to this museum and thought it was a great attraction if you are travelling on a budget. The exhibitions were interesting and delivered a good history of Tennessee, from the first settlers, the civil war and various other events. Only...More
We went to the museum not expecting something so big. Spent about 6 hours there, but we like reading absolutely everything. I'd skip the first part that talks about hunters/gatherers as we found the most interesting part of the museum to be last.
We enjoyed this Museum so much, we came back for a full second afternoon. And still didn't get a chance to see it all! So many sections, so many interesting exhibits. Have to hand it to whoever planned this out, the truth of the actual...More
My boyfriend and I toured this museum. Very nice and interesting! One issue was only had restrooms on one floor, and there were 3 floors. Loved seeing all the portraits of former president Andrew Jackson. Exhibits were very tastefully done. Preserved from the past for...More
I found this museum by accident. I decided to go in. I found alot of early Tennessee history. Alot about the flood of 2010 and how the city bounced back to what it is today
This place is currently preparing to move to a new location in 2018, so some of the exhibits have been removed. Even with that being said, it's a great place to visit. It is FREE to get in. It's on 3 different levels and has...More