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Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Facilities

Andrew Johnson Visitor Center


Open All Year 9 am to 5 pm


The Visitor Center is located on the corner of College and Depot Streets, Greeneville.

The Visitor Center is the contact station for visitor information, brochures, and directions. The Visitor Center also houses the site's orientation film, museum, Andrew Johnson's original Tailor Shop, and Eastern National bookstore.

The Homestead

Andrew Johnson owned this home for twenty-four years, both before and after his presidency. During the Civil War, soldiers occupied the house and left it in a state of disrepair. The family renovated the home following their return home from Washington, and it is now filled with much of the original family memorabilia. Guided tours are available daily

The National Cemetery

The National Cemetery is the final resting place for Andrew Johnson and his family, as well as for the nation's veterans.

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