Greeneville is a living destination like no other! Established in 1783, Tennessee’s second oldest town showcases its history in brick sidewalks and immaculate historic sites, churches, and homes against a backdrop of majestic mountains and breathtaking waterways and streams spectacularly enhanced in panoramic color by four very definite seasons. Located in one of the largest counties in the state, Greeneville offers the lifestyle and amenities of much larger towns while maintaining a distinctive small-town ambiance.
Delve into the town’s history at the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, The Bible covered Bridge, The David Crockett Birthplace State Park, or the Doak House Museum. Take a walk outdoors in the many scenic spots including Brush Creek Mountain Loop, Gum Springs, Margarette Falls, and Turkeypen Cove.
If entertainment is up your alley, you will surely find it at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center. The 1,135 seats, state-of-the-art facility has hosted acts from Gladys Knight to Kenny Rogers and has been recognized nationally as a leading entertainment venue for performing artists and theatrical productions. NPAC was named Best Performing Arts in EAST Tennessee by readers of The Tennessee Magazine.
Whatever your preference, Greeneville has something for everyone!
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