Tennessee River Museum, Savannah
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Located in the former Savannah Post Office, the Tennessee River Museum is the realization of a vision shared by several local business owners after the announcement that a new post office was being constructed. Not wanting this historic 1939 building to be left vacant, these individuals envisioned a museum dedicated to preserving the history of Hardin County and offering future generations a look into the area’s rich archeological and historical past. Thanks to their untiring efforts, in 1992 the Tennessee River Museum opened its doors to the public, and since that time, thousands of visitors have been enjoying the exhibits and learning about Hardin County's past.Using our international travel planner, Savannah attractions like Tennessee River Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Very nice and friendly place to tour. There is a lot of information about the Indians and pottery. Displays of rocks and shells also pearls. We did not have time to watch the display videos and we wer... read more »
The Tennessee River Museum is free when you visit Shiloh National Military Park. It is well laid out and features an excellent exhibit highlighting the naval and land weapons of the US Civil War. The ... read more »
This is a great place to see the history of the Tennessee. From indian artifacts to steamboats, it had a little bit of everything. The arrowheads and indian pottery were of particular interest. I woul... read more »
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Nice museum geared towards Indian and civil war history. Nice addition to a visit to Shiloh Battlefield.
Very nice...will visit again
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