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Allan Sibley left a 5 star review!

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Allison Gabel left a 5 star review!

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Fantastic! Learned so much. The displays were so well put together. The staff was exceptional!

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This museum is fantastic! There are so many wonderful pieces and exhibits. They offer new exhibits every few months and have a working trade show in the fall. It is a wonderful place to learn about local history as well as general Tennessee history. The ladies who work there are very kind, helpful, and informative. The admission is only $5 per person and worth every penny! I highly recommend making a part of a day trip to the Athens Tennessee area!

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Exceeded expectations! Brought 4 kids (ages 11, 10, 8 and 7), and there was plenty to interest them AND for them to interact with. They didn't want to leave the garden/roadside veggie stand with a milkable cow and played for a good 45 minutes. There's tons to learn about McMinn County - whether you're a resident or visitor, I highly recommend a trip!

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Linda Letsinger left a 5 star review!

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Tiffany Miracle left a 5 star review!

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Elizbeth Aguilar left a 5 star review!

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Great history behind McMinn and Athens along with historic items great place loved it

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Today, we decided to go to Museums, and found this gem! It took us over an hour to see everything. Learned about things I never knew. Worth the time to get there and definitely will go back!

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Nicholas Galyon left a 5 star review!

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I've been a resident of the country all my life and I was intrigued. By the Rich history of my community. My Wife and thoroughly enjoyed our visit and will return soon 😊

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Ann Underdown left a 5 star review!

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A nice musuem that gives a glimpse of history of the McMinn County community.

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Names Among the Threads: Early American Coverlets ExhibitImagine a time when, if someone needed a new blanket, they had to shear their sheep, wash, dye, card and spin the wool, and spend countl...
Civil War Era Seth Thomas ClockThose who take an interest in the history of clocks in America will undoubtedly know the name of Seth Thomas (1785 – 1859), the renowned...
The Traveler: A Basic Measuring ToolMounted on the Timeline Wall at the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum is an iron tool consisting of a wheel attached to a handle. Thi...
19th Century Silver Tea ServiceSituated on a cabinet in the Main Hall of the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum is an ornate 150-year-old silver tea service. This se...