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The Homeplace

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Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, TN
+1 270-924-2020
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An Excellent Place to Learn History

I loved the unique nature of this local attraction, Although it is not close to anything it is... read more

Reviewed November 12, 2017
Gerry T
Step Back in Time

Took the grand kids on a trip back in history. We looks at the animals, the log cabins, out... read more

Reviewed September 11, 2017
Tanya R
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Nov 12, 2017
“An Excellent Place to Learn History”
Sep 11, 2017
“Step Back in Time”
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, TN
+1 270-924-2020

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Reviewed November 12, 2017

I loved the unique nature of this local attraction, Although it is not close to anything it is well worth it to make the trip. The 1850's working farm gives you an insight on how people lived on a farm in those days. There were...More

Thank Gerry T
Reviewed September 11, 2017

Took the grand kids on a trip back in history. We looks at the animals, the log cabins, out buildings, tools, gardens, and their were allows to try their hand at spinning wool and using wood working tools.

Thank Tanya R
Reviewed June 28, 2016

The Homeplace at Land Between the Lakes is like taking a step back in time to what life was like on farm during the 1850's. The path that leads to the farm is lined with a split rail fence to the left that sets the...More

Thank zeama1970
Reviewed October 19, 2015

Homeplace is a 1850's farm house and museum. I was informed that they only do one program a year at night, and we happened to be in town on that very night! Snap Apple night is when Homeplace is transformed from a frozen-in-time educational farmhouse...More

Thank HappyHoppaBunny
Reviewed May 13, 2014

We loved our tour through the "Homeplace." Our kids loved the historic cabins. Each time we entered one they felt welcomed and immediately started to imagine and play that they lived "way back then." we loved the bonnets and historic recreation clothing on pegs. It...More

Thank Homekeeper
Reviewed April 27, 2013

We have been here 2 times. The last time being for a acted out 1850's wedding. It was wonderful. I love the homeplace. Each place is set up just like it would have been in that time. They have costume people in some of the...More

Thank Jennifer B
Reviewed October 2, 2012

This place was like walking back in time. It is considered a Living history farm with live demonstrations by people dressed from that time. If you have a National Park Pass, you can get a discount with your pass.

Thank James W
Reviewed May 13, 2012

Highly encourage you to take a tour of this site. Outdoor museum features many structures re-located from within 12-miles of the site, to highlight the life/culture of mid-1800's life in TN/KY. On site 'period' staff will educate you on what you're touring. Take the kids...More

Thank JenEricTravelers
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