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This historic park is notable for its opportunities to learn about the Nobel Prize winner, Cordell Hull. A library that has his complete book collection, a cave to explore, and a lookout spot, are all some of the attractions at this park. More...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
1300 Cordell Hull Memorial Dr, Byrdstown, TN 38549-4627
I stopped here as I was passing through the area. There is a small museum which primarily focuses on Cordell Hull’s career as Secretary of State and one of the founders of the UN after WWII. The museum features the Nobel Peace Prize that was...More
This is a very small state historic site. The museum was very small but had lots of interesting information. I learned a lot about Cordell Hull. I wished they would display the real Nobel Peace Prize because it would have been really cool to see....More
We went thru the museum and house and they were interesting enough, but when one has seen as many of these kinds of places as we have, they all begin to look a lot alike. The star of the stop was the Bunkum Cave Trail....More
The birthplace museum was very nicely done. We mainly stopped to do Bunkham Cave. It was a great hike and very cool cave. We were able to explore a lot around it (properly). Well worth the time and effort to head out on the hike!!!!
Impressed with how well all the information and various items were presented . Professional. Neat and clean museum and the birthplace log cabin informative. The grounds have TN flowers to view and are well kept.