Tennessee Agricultural Museum - Tourism - Historical Places

Contact Info

Tennessee Agricultural Museum
Ellington Agricultural Center
Tennessee Dept. Of Agriculture
440 Hogan Rd.
Nashville, Tennessee 37204Phone: 615.837.5197

About Tennessee Agricultural Museum

Celebrating Tennessee's farm families and rich agricultural heritage with a broad collection of home and farm artifacts from the 19th & 20th century. See horse-drawn wagons, buggies, textiles, plows, cultivators, woodworking, blacksmith and dairy exhibits. The museum is housed in a historic horse barn on the grounds of Ellington Ag Center, headquarters for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. Log cabins, a large equipment shed, wooded trails, a large sun clock and a heirloom vegetable garden are adjacent to the museum. Museum is free and open M-F from 9:00 - 4:00. Closed state holidays.

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