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Available at 1:00 P.M., these tours depart from the Chester Inn State Historic Site and Museum. Costumed guides will discuss the history of the town, its people, and the lives they built. March - April on Saturdays, May - October on Fri-Sat & 7:00...more
This little town has a good deal of history, being the state's oldest from 1777. Cute town with lots of charm. Storytelling capital of the world. Alleged paranormal activity attracts some. Where Andrew Jackson practiced law before become attaining to the office of the nation's...More
We had came to Johnson City to shop and decided to visit Jonesborough. The town is very old in fact the oldest town in Tennessee. We enjoyed our visit very much the town has a few shops along the street and historical attractions. The visitors...More
Stopped in on our way home to Northern Kentucky from Butler,Tn. We hit the road early so we arrived about 9:30(Monday). Sadly nothing was really open until 11. We did enjoy the walk around town and did find a little shop "This and That" open...More
My wife and I decided to take off on a road trip for the Holiday Weekend. We happened across this historic town during their Jonesborough Days. We spent most of the day their touring around and learning about the history of the town. The Hot...More
We adore this little town and the walking tour of it. It can be very hot in the Summer months, so bring water! The history of the town, homes, restaurants and stores are very interesting and charming. You will want to come back to Jonesborough...More
So sorry that I just saw this now. I hope you and your daughter enjoyed your visit to town. If you ever visit again, and we hope you do, there are two museums in town, the Chester Inn Museum downtown and the... More
So sorry that I just saw this now. I hope you and your daughter enjoyed your visit to town. If you ever visit again, and we hope you do, there are two museums in town, the Chester Inn Museum downtown and the Jonesborough/Washington County History Museum in the Visitor's Center. Both museums are free of charge. Town offers a wide variety of shops, many of which are open on Sunday afternoons. We offer one hour town walking tours on Mon, Wed, Fri, and Sat, but we're happy to book additional tours if we're contacted in advance at 423-753-9580. Again, sorry for the delay in the reply, and we do hope you all enjoyed your visit and come back to see us.