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Davy Crockett Cabin and Museum

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Davy Crockett Cabin and Museum

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219 N Trenton St, Rutherford, TN 38369-9672
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nanaof10 wrote a review Sep 2020
Anderson, Indiana40 contributions22 helpful votes
The exhibit was closed but, there is a lot of written information that you can read to understand more.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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RobertWLindner wrote a review Jul 2019
Sun City Center, Florida124 contributions255 helpful votes
I visited the cabin 7/10/19. I planned this as a quick stop on a tight schedule several months ago. Following their website, I scheduled my visit mid-day, when they were scheduled to be open. Upon arriving at the cabin, there was a note posted that stated their hours, BUT SAID YOU NEEDED TO CALL FOR A RESERVATION. That is a change. The note said to call City Hall 731-665-7253 or one of several key holders. Sadly, I did not think to take a photo of the note until miles away and some of the names are different from the picture posted, however it is similar to the outdated photo already posted. Since we had no time to wait around, we just looked in the windows and got a very good sense of the interior. I write these reviews to help fellow travelers. If you find this helpful, please LIKE (Thumb up image) so that I know I should continue to write them.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Guide184961 wrote a review Mar 2019
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The last home of Davy Crockett is rebuilt from the logs that were at his and his mother's last home. The original house was in an obscure location in a farm field and my saving and moving it to Rutherford it is available to families, history buffs and historians to visit. Informed docents will tell you the story of the artifacts in the cabin and give you the opportunity to explore and discover on your own.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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RSR0414 wrote a review Jan 2017
Fulton, Kentucky56 contributions16 helpful votes
Anytime to visit Davy Crockett Cabin is good. But, if you want to see a small town pull together for their honored citizen you need to wait until the first full week in October. The small town comes alive and so full! Different activities each night, vendors set up in town plus more. The last day of the celebration a grand parade is held. The local schools marching Junior High school bands and the local High School Band. This is one of the rare times the band performance is free for all.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Thestorylady wrote a review Mar 2016
Etta, Mississippi20 contributions2 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our visit here. There was a sweet older couple that gave us our tour. They were so knowledgeable about Davie Crockett and all of the interesting antiques in the museum. Although small, there is so much to see in this replica cabin.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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