A guided tour of The Sutton Home, Antique Car and Transportation museum, 1950's Service Station, Blacksmith, Grist Mill, and Weave Shops also the Ag Museum and Pioneer Village. The Sutton Home will host a different exhibit each season of the year.
Visit the Sutton Homestead new exhibits in 2014:
March 6, 2014 “A Woman’s Work is Never Done”
Featuring the hand work of the past and present created by ladies of our past a...nd local residents. You will want to visit often to see the pieces of art created by crocheting, knitting, tatting, quilting, heirloom sewing, huck, towel, needlepoint, cross-stitch, embroidery and more.
June 11, 2014 “Blue Ribbon Days: Getting Ready for the Fair”
Step back in time and remember the preparations involved in winning a blue ribbon at the fair for gardening, canning, cooking and more. View the items won at the fair!
September 6, 2014 “If These Walls Could Talk”
The history of this old house and the story of the families who lived here.
“November 5, 2014 Deck the Halls for a Victorian Christmas¨
The children think more is better as they make and display Christmas trees and decorations in each room of the house.
Call T.B.Sutton General Store 931-653-4151 and schedule a lunch and a tour for your group!These are great places to stay in the area: Granville Marina & Resort 931-653-4360 Made in the Shade Campground 931-653-4486 Indian Creek Campground 615-897-2233 Granville Bed & Breakfast 931-653-4511 http://www.tnvacation.com/triptales/granville-celebrates-its-past-with-a-victorian-christmas-and-parade/
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Directions to Granville: (From Nashville) Take I-40E and exit 258. Turn left at the end of the ramp. Take the Hwy 53/Hwy 70 ramp toward Cookeville. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the right) and the Corner Market (on the left), take a left onto Hwy 53 for 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. Homestead is on the right. (From Knoxville/Cookeville) Take I-40W and exit 268. Turn right at the end of the ramp and travel about 5 miles until the road ends at Hwy 70. Turn left. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the left) and Corner Market (on the right), turn right onto Hwy 53. Proceed 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. Homestead is on the right.
Adults (13 & over) - $5.00 Sr. Citizens- 62 + - $4.00 Child (ages 6 to 12)- $3.00 Children 5 or under- Free
Open Wednesday thru Saturday 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.
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