• Andrew Johnson Swing Around the Circle Tour

    Andrew Johnson

    National Historic Site Tennessee

Accessibility

Visitor Center

The Visitor Center, Museum, Memorial Building, and restrooms are accessible. The site orientation film can be shown in closed captioning upon request. An on-site braille brochure is available at the Visitor Center.

Early Home

An elevator is available for access to the first floor of the Early Home.

Homestead

The Homestead is not accessible. In some cases, the kitchen and the first floor may be viewable to those with assistance. A photo tour notebook is available at the Visitor Center and Homestead, and a video tour of the Homestead is available upon request at the Visitor Center.

Cemetery and Administrative Offices

The Cemetery and the first floor of the Administrative Offices are accessible.

Did You Know?

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Family tradition holds that Andrew Johnson arrived in Greeneville with a cart drawn by a blind pony in 1826. His mother and step-father were with him. Tradition also says they camped at a spring on the Homestead property.