Greeneville, Tenn.

The entry fee throughout the 10-day event is donation of a canned food item to be delivered to the local food bank. Read more


The event will feature certified appraisers who will assess the value of antique treasures brought in by the public. Read more


Away up there

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Southern Appalachia’s latest crop of guest retreats deepen the experience of some of the region’s most popular destinations—from the glitz of Dollywood and Biltmore Estate to the rugged allure of Pisgah National Forest and Lookout Mountain. Read more

The rolling hills of Greeneville, Tenn., are richly steeped in history. Situated along the Nolichucky River, Greeneville was home to the nation’s 17th president, Andrew Johnson, who came into the role after Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in 1865. Read more


Andrew Johnson Homestead

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Rolling farmlands and the wide river valley of the Nolichucky give way to the town of Greeneville, Tenn. Named in honor of Nathanael Greene, General of Washington’s Army of the Republic, Greeneville was settled in 1783. Read more