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Tennessee Agricultural Museum

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404 Hogan Rd Ellington Agricultural Center, Nashville, TN 37220-2014
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Rick J wrote a review Jan 2020
17 contributions1 helpful vote
The TN AG Museum is a great family friendly museum where you can learn about the history of TN Agriculture and the people who lived it. Awesome staff and great location and events, small enough to not feel overwhelmed on your visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cheryl h wrote a review Oct 2019
Durham, North Carolina56,525 contributions1,722 helpful votes
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This museum is housed in an old plantation barn. It's free and self-guided tours. They have over 3,000 home and farm artifacts on 2 floors teaching you about TN life was about before electricity. I enjoyed the museum but it seemed that only the smaller artifacts were labeled. I really like old large farm equipment but out of all they had only a few was labeled. I really wanted to know what they were and how they were used. They had the same labeling problem with the outdoor log buildings. Only the school was labeled. I think one was an example of a dog trot house but I have no idea what the others were. Labeling is importing in museums.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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tinkerbsb wrote a review Oct 2017
Mount Juliet, Tennessee518 contributions189 helpful votes
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This is near downtown and you wouldn't really know it. Its quite in this area lots of free parking and its interesting. I didnt know our local mounted police kept their horses here. They have a couple garden area and museum and the barn show area and its just all well kept and run and the people who were in the museum unlocked the houses at the back so we could look in. We had the place mostly to ourselves we didnt see many people which is a shame because this is a cool place. Will make sure when I have visitors I take them here and mention it to my place of work.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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jennifer wrote a review Oct 2016
Indianapolis, Indiana197 contributions114 helpful votes
Figured we might as well go here as it was on the way to another attraction and it was free. Has lots to see if you're interested in agriculture. Was larger than we were expecting.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Carolyn P wrote a review Oct 2014
Olympia, Washington12 contributions7 helpful votes
We were quite fortunate to be around for the Ellington Center and Agricultural Museum's fall fair. It was delightful to taste homemade candy, jams, bread; watch the blacksmith and the sorghum worker; visit the animals, craft barn, and mansion. So much all rolled into one place and one day.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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