We were looking for somewhere to stop along our travels, and found this historic site on the 'things to do in knoxville' list. We are so glad that we stopped!
We called ahead and left a message that we were coming later in the afternoon (the website reccommends this, as it si run by volunteers). We arrived later in the afternoon. We parked right in the front driveway. The tour guide (Calvin) greeted us and the tour began! The home is very well maintained, Calvin was able to give us some insight on the work that has been done to the home. The story of this family is unique and very interesting! I've never heard about this family before, but my husband and I both left wanting to learn more.
The tour was $5 each, (a great price!) - the tour guide was very enthusiastic and covered so much more information then we ever expected to get!
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