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    Andrew Johnson

    National Historic Site Tennessee

Andrew Johnson NHS Cell Phone Tours

cell phone tour

An NPS Photo

With your cell phone as your guide, follow the remarkable journey of America's 17th President. This free audio tour of the Andrew Johnson NHS and Greeneville takes about 20 minutes and covers ten key landmarks.

Dial 423-278-5555 and follow the recorded instructions to begin your cell phone tour.

You can also visit the OnCell site at http://myoncell.mobi/14232785555 to stream the information to your computer, and to see photographs of each site.

 
Cell Phone tour map

An NPS Photo

Greeting: Andrew Johnson NHS
Stop 1: Visitor Center
Stop 2: Tailor Shop
Stop 3: Early Home
Stop 4: Harmony Cemetery
Stop 5: Dickson-Williams Mansion
Stop 6: Train Depot
Stop 7: Wesley Cemetery
Stop 8: The Homestead
Stop 9: The Homestead
Stop 10: The National Cemetery

Did You Know?

Dr Mary Edwards Walker

In 1865 Andrew Johnson awarded Dr. Mary Edwards Walker with the Congressional Medal of Honor for her services during the Civil War. She remains the first and only women to receive the medal.