We (mom, two boys and myself) stopped in to visit on our way through northern Tennessee. We were greeted by a friendly Ranger who knows so much about President Johnson he could write a book! We watched the obligatory 15 minutes National Park/Monument video (that refreshed my memory). We then got to decide if we would vote for impeachment or not. The park service put his original tailor shop in the visitor's center. After that we headed out and poked around his first home in Greeneville. We then headed a few blocks to his presidential home. I enjoyed the tour. Coming from VA, I liked seeing presidents from later in American history. Worth the few hour visit!
One note: there was an older woman with a walker and she had difficulties traversing the steps. Might want to keep that in mind.
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