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- Loved the playhouse and the environment ! Can’t wait to come back ! We saw On Golden Pond and the actors were all fantastic. Be sure and read up on the history on the playhouse. Very interesting.Written 30 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you like model trains this is the place for you! There's so much to see - something for all ages. The staff members are very knowledgeable and love to share their stories. If you are in the area, this is a must see.Written 24 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Loved this park. Helpful people in the visitor center. Nice lake Shaded trails. I do not swim but there was a pool which was lightly populated when I drove past. Clean good walking trailsWritten 13 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I love History, especially Military History. Me and the missus (who is a fan if not an enthusiast like myself) and a local friend of ours, stopped in to see what they had on display and were overwhelmed with the shear volume of artifacts in such a small building, and apparently it's not even the half of it. We took the tour with one of the volunteers, which lasted about 30 minutes, and covers a wide range of military history and it's connections to the local area. It spans the wars from the War of Succession through to the modern day and everything in between. Afterwards we stayed to explore on our own, and we asked a question which the volunteer could not answer, but he said he knew who could. About 5 minutes later the Director, Locke, was by our side to answer the question we had, which he did, and then started to give us a second tour, covering many of the other items on exhibit and going in depth on many of them. The "collection" was once the privately held property of a local couple, as they got on in years they donated the entire collection to the County. A Board of Directors were created to oversee the efforts to catalog, preserve, and display the collection and it is a monumental task. They have less than half of it on display, and are working furiously with curators to insure items not on display are preserved and protected correctly. The displays are not only far reaching, they are in many cases very rare. The work being done by the volunteers is a labor of love. If I lived in this area I know where I'd be spending my days - giving my time to such a worthy organization.Written 11 August 2022
- Very interesting and well laid out museum. We learned a lot about our town. Mrs. Roosevelt was an interesting woman.Written 22 November 2021
- Well organized, easy to scan without visual fatigue. Good variety and quality. Nothing particularly high-end.Written 27 May 2020
- Stonehaus Winery is a great place to go for all things quality wine and gifts in one location. I have been happy with all of the purchases that I have made from here.Written 4 July 2022
- From the moment we entered the door we knew we'd found a great wine tasting spot. The greeting and smile made us feel welcomed and invited us to spend time shopping in addition to sampling. Their service was great and we walked away with 4 bottles and later returned for some more.Written 12 July 2022
- Love seeing a part of our history in different places. Crossville is just that. I will be going back when I have more time. Great place to site see as well.Written 20 January 2021
- We take our younger school kids to this in the Fall, and they just love it. This is not your "do not touch" museum venue -- it's outdoors, and there's lots of opportunity for running, hiding, jumping, crawling and yelliing!! Safe, too.Written 16 January 2019
- The Park is very relaxing for both adults and dogs. If you're traveling with your dog, this is a wonderful place to unleash your pet and to let them run, instead of just the motel grounds, leashed walking.Written 21 December 2019
- Always friendly desk help on both floors. Free computer access . THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING INSIDE AND OUT!Written 2 July 2022
- If it's your first time visiting this area and you're traveling I-40, get off at Exit 320 northbound and follow the signs, down the road next to Stonehaus Winery (some local high school in this road). This info center is a great stop for information on area sites (particularly outdoor). The Ranger was also very helpful in answering questions about local museums, parks and other sites, particularly downtown...don't miss downtown.Written 23 December 2019
- If you are interested in old courthouses, this one that's well over a 100, is worth a tour. There are a few interesting displays inside, but the treat is to walk around the building and do a close inspection of the stonework. The shapes at the corners made me think castle parapets...I know...odd thought for a government building, but the design sure beats a plan square building. It has a clock tower, also part of the original building. The County Mayor's office had a lady who answered, very courteously, our questions about the building history, also.Written 25 December 2019
- Freakish 60+ degree weather on Christmas Eve 🙂...After last minute shopping, it's a wonderful place to picnic...there are picnic tables scattered about + shelters for larger groups. Grab a to-go lunch and enjoy nature. Shade trees on a paved strolling and walking path with a lot of bio-diversidy. The creek is a very diverse area to get a glimpse of also. If anyone brings their pets, there is a very large fog park...K-9 Kane (?), Named to honor a police dog, killed while on-duty. It's next to the walking trail...if it's exercise and you use the whole trail, call it an easy to intermediate hike, but without the trail obstacles, like roots and rocks.Written 25 December 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Crossville
- The most popular things to do in Crossville with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Cumberland County Playhouse
- Model Railroad Exhibit by Crossville Model Railroad Club
- Cumberland Mountain State Park
- Wildwood Stables
- Downtown Crossville