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Are you looking for an adventure that is fun for the entire family?  Look no further than historic Greene County, TN.  We have everything to offer from tours to scavenger hunts, educational videos and more.  Check out our ever expanding list below or email for more information.  

City Garage Car Museum - Meet Wilbur as you enter the museum and enjoy interactive scavenger hunts, coloring pages, car games, trivia sheets and more.  They also offer movies played in the Susie Q Diner such as "Back to the Future", "Wheels of America" and many more.  Click here for the family flier!

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site - Hear the ghost of our 17th President Andrew Johnson as he toils away in his tailor shop... take a guided tour of his early home and homestead... visit the museum... view a great 13 minute video and join the Junior Ranger program.  Call 423-638-3551 for more information.  

Rural Resources Farm and Food Education Center - Meet the pigs, cows and chickens... Explore the working gardens... and get hands on in an educational beehive and finish with a picnic by the creek.  Visit for more information. 

Main Street Greeneville Tours - Enjoy a guided downtown walking tour and Dickson-Williams Mansion Tour... The walking tour begins at 9:30 a.m. in the lobby of the historic General Morgan Inn... The Dickson-Willams Mansion Tour begins at 1 p.m. and begins in the lobby of the General Morgan Inn.  Special pricing available for students.  For more information, visit or call 423-787-0500. 

Greeneville Parks & Recreation - Hardin Park, 602 Crescent Drive, is a 55-acre park featuring an Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool, picnic areas, 6 pavilions, and 3 playgrounds, one of which is all-inclusive. Hardin Park also includes a large fishing pond, 5 ball fields, a skate park, and courts for basketball, volleyball and tennis. Hours of operation are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information visit “Parks and Recreation” under “Public Services” at

Greeneville Splash Pad - 456 Bernard Ave., A fenced-in 3,200-square-feet area with a wet zone of 2,900 square feet.  The colorful playground equipment includes a post with a button that turns the water on when the system is activated and one piece of playground equipment that will dump buckets of water on kids as they splash and play in jets of water that will shoot out of the ground.  For more information, call Parks and Recreation at 423-638-3144 or click here for their brochure.