Butler Museum

Address: 123 Selma Curtis Rd. Butler, TN 37640 Phone: (423) 768-3880
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Hwy 67 to Butler, turn on Piercetown Rd., turn R on McQueen St. Go 1/8 mi., turn L on Selma Curtis Rd. to parking.


This museum depicts early life in the mountains featuring Indian artifacts, Civil War artifacts and artifacts from home life. Old town of Butler up to 1948 when gates of Watauga Dam were closed.

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City: Butler, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Northeast

Admission Rates:
Adults $2, seniors, students & children (12+) $1.

Hours Open:
Open Year-round

Dates Closed:
Mon. - Fri.

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