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Tennessee State Museum

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Tennessee State Museum is located in Nashville and is the spot for learning about the history of Tennessee. The museum is 3 floors and includes history from the American Civil War, the Frontier, the Age of Jackson and even pre-colonization.

The museum has both permanent exhibits and changing exhibits. Some permanent exhibits include The First Tennesseans, Antebellum, The Frontier, The Civil War and Reconstruction, The Age of Jackson and The New South.

Admission to the museum is free and open from Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. The museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Christmas Day and Thanksgiving.

Tennessee State Museum website.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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