Marble Springs

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The home of Tennessee's first governor, John Sevier, Marble Springs State Historic Site is located on a scenic 33-acre portion of the original John Sevier Farm. The main cabin, built circa 1800, still stands today on the site where it was originally constructed. Marble Springs is home to six additional structures that give visitors a glimpse into 18th century life.

Special Events: 
May 14 @ 8pm Stargazing at Marble Springs* 
May 28-29, All Day, Statehood Day Living History Celebration 
July 9 @ 9pm Stargazing at Marble Springs* 
August 13 & 14, Saturday 10am-5pm & Sunday Noon-5pm, Floor Cloth 
Workshop* 
*These events require advance reservations.

Phone: 865-573-5508 
Website: www.marblesprings.net 
Address: 1220 West Governor John Sevier Highway, Knoxville 
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm 
Admission: $4.00


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