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Wheatlands Plantation, Sevierville

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TripAdvisor
  • Knowledgeable about the area. The things that went on in civil war. Very interesting facts about how people lived, kept food and animals. The slave graves were truly fascinating,and how the creek was ...  more »
  • I just called to find out about hours and such. The answering machine states they are no longer offering tours.  more »
  • I tried to go there today and the closed sign was up beside it's hours stating that they should be open. But a realtor had for sale signs up in the front. So I don't know if it is open any more. The d...  more »
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  • My wife and I were visiting and both love history. The tour was great and very interesting stories about the history and the ghost experiences. Well worth the money. I thought the visit from the cat was great he was very social. Richard and John are working very hard to restore a great piece of American history. Please go visit!!
  • I was reading the reviews and saw that people were complaining about cats and unkept house conditions. The website claims that this plantation is listed on the National Registered Historic Homes, yet when I search the database, it is not on there. If this is truly listed, then the house has to be in pristine condition to be considered historic.. The Plantation website also says its a non profit organisation. I wonder if this is a scam. Maybe the IRS and the TN historical society needs to be informed of this.
  • These people are fake an will take your money an give you a lousy tour of a cat infested dump. The place was once a beautiful plantation but has been ruined by two fat lazy gay cat collectors. The summer kitchen has been completely destroyed by their cats an they won't let you see the upstairs that is trashed by these two white trash idiots. Don't waste your time, the cemetery is fake, they pulled rocks out of the creek an made take tombstones. These people are a joke!
  • This place has not been kept up at all,there were holes in the ceiling from water pipe leaking.termite damage all over.The people has a bunch of cats over running the oldest part of the house..I'm talking like 9 cats.We were told we couldn't see this part an in main house they occupy the hole second floor an wouldn't let anyone see. if the gay owners Richard was a terrible story teller an the other one John kept arguing an interfering with our tour.Please don't waste the gas money.They tell a lot of extravagant stories but all are made up.They are only worried about your money to spend on themselves.j
  • Loved out tour. This was one of the highlights of our vacation! John and Richard have done an excellent job and I am anxious to follow their updates in the future.