Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, TN

National Park Service
Andrew Johnson Homestead
Andrew Johnson Homestead

Andrew Johnson owned this house 24 years, both before and after his Presidency. It is now open for tours with many original artifacts inside.

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Monument with moon
Monument with moon

Andrew Johnson's obelisk in the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery.

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Tailor Shop
Tailor Shop

Andrew Johnson owned and operated this Tailor Shop in Greeneville, TN. Here he honed his capacity for political debate with local townsmen and students who would drop by the shop.

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Visitor Center
Visitor Center

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Andrew Johnson National Historic Site

The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and National Cemetery interprets the life and legacy of the 17th President. Andrew Johnson's presidency, 1865-1869, illustrates the United States Constitution ...[more]

Address

Mailing Address - Andrew Johnson NHS, 121 Monument Ave.
GPS Location - Andrew Johnson NHS Visitor Center, 101 North College St. Latitude: 36.16280293778552 Longitude: -82.82950496673585
Greeneville, TN 37743
Phone:(423) 639 3711
Email:Lizzie_Watts@nps.gov

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Directions

Getting There:

Plane
The closest airport is the Tri-Cities Regional Airport, 43 miles northeast of Greeneville. From the airport, take I-81 South to exit 36 and follow the signs to Greeneville.

Car
From I-81S take exit 36 to Rt. 172 south to Greeneville. Follow the signs to the Visitor Center.
From I-81N take exit 23 to Rt. 11E north to Greeneville. Follow the signs to the Visitor Center.

The Andrew Johnson Visitor Center is located on the corner of College and Depot Streets in historic downtown Greeneville, TN.

Public Transportation
There is no public transportation available to the site.
 

Activities
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