- TripBuzz found 37 things to do with kids in or near Greeneville, Tennessee, including 23 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jonesborough, Erwin, Marshall and Morristown.
- From Mustang Alley Horse Rescue Riding Stables to Pioneer Park, the Greeneville area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Farms & Ranches and Hiking Trails.
- Greeneville is a quiet, historic town nestled at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains. The town was the original home of President Andrew Johnson, featuring a museum in his honor, and offers a local county fair, scenic mountain views, beautiful landscape and a wide selection of shopping malls and boutiques.
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Visitors can enjoy guided hourly trail rides on 50 acres of the Cherokee National Forest at Mustang Alley Horse Rescue Riding Stables. The stable also serves as a horse rescue that rehabilitates and trains rescued horses.
Built in 2004, Pioneer Park is a baseball stadium that hosts the Greeneville Astros, a minor league baseball team. The stadium seats over 2,500 visitors, offers traditional ballpark snack bars and amenities, and is open throughout the summer.
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925 West Andrew Johnson Highway, Greeneville, TN MoreLess Info
The Carmike Town Crossing 8 is a movie multiplex that features eight auditoriums with digital video and sound capabilities. The theater shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, and offers a variety of refreshment options.
Since 1909 Buffalo Trail Orchard has been producing quality fruit for the people of Tennessee. The orchards bountiful crops include sweet red raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and apples, as well as the seasonal favorite, pumpkin.
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corner of College and Depot Streets, Greeneville, TN MoreLess Info
Several segments compose the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, including his early home, the main homestead, the central visitor's center, and the national cemetery. The attraction is basically meant to memorialize the original home of the former President.
Goat Granny' and 'Papaw' are delighted to give tours of their working goat farm at Mabels Boer Stables. Guests can purchase goats, homegrown garden produce, hand painted ceramics, and goat's milk soap, and even sign up for a pottery class.
Named after a famous Revolutionary War General, the Nathanael Greene Museum is a small historical museum. Attractions include 12 permanent galleries and 12 walk-through exhibits that focus on the region's history.
Phoenix Theatres is a movie theater with many separate cinemas showing first-run movies in digital video and sound. It offers a variety of specials, including summer movie programs, loyalty cards, and refreshment combos.
Greeneville's Capitol Theatre is a historic theater originally constructed in the 1930s. A nonprofit, the theater now hosts a variety of events, ranging from screenings of classic films to live theatrical and musical performances.
City Garage Car Museum is popular among auto enthusiasts. A diverse collection of cars is on display, including a 1914 Ford Brass T Model. Open Wednesday through Saturday, and ages 10 and under are free.