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All reviews donation jar piece of history train enthusiast local history historical artifacts nice stop great little place small gift shop well worth the stop the great smoky mountains national park logging shay engine timber information equipment gentleman
We stopped here to look around, and it wasn’t officially open but the caretaker spent time with us and shared lots of history. The train and lumber equipment outside is cool, but the museum inside gave so much more information. My eight year old son...More
I stopped at the museum to look at the old locomotive and then was attracted into the small museum. This was a well-done display recounting the history of the logging operations which took place prior to the founding of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park....More
This museum is free to visit and worth every penny of the donations visitors should leave. There’s an incredible amount of historical information about Townsend and its role in the larger region. A trove of artifacts, equipment, and historical documentsmaps, & photographs make for an...More
My husband and I took a trip to Gatlinburg last weekend and we were determined to spend little and view a lot! I did research to see what was near that area for free, while not much surfaced for freebies in Gatlinburg, we did find...More