Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Greeneville

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National Park Historic Site
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site is located in Greeneville. To visit Andrew Johnson National Historic Site on your holiday in Greeneville, and find out what else Greeneville has to offer, use our Greeneville trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a free tour. I didn't know much about Andrew Johnson going into the tour, but I sure knew a lot at the end. The house is in beautiful condition and well kept. The tour guide was great and coul...  more »
  • The National Park tells the story of Andrew Johnson, our 17th President, who is largely forgotten unless he is remembered for being impeached. But the story is complex and complicated as the nation gr...  more »
  • On this visit, our tour guide was one of the US Parks Department staff members, unlike several years ago when the interpreter was dressed as President Johnson. There are some great pieces of history i...  more »
Google
  • You learn so much about a name that is so familiar. I suggest all go young and old it is worth the small fee the time and effort to see where we've evolved from
  • Great guides. Very helpful nice and Beautiful
  • Great place to learn American history and this important president.
  • I have been raised near this site and at school growning up every kid has been here it's history the good bad and ugly truth about our past they work hard to keep the grounds and home the way it was in the days of Andrew Johnson left it
  • I am doing a report on Andrew Johnson, and I all of the pictures are different a picture of his National Historic Site but