Tennessee State Museum

The Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation.

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About This Spot
The Tennessee State Museum is home to 13,000 years of Tennessee art and history. Designed to bring history to life, it features a “Tennessee Time Tunnel,” surveying the state’s rich history, six permanent exhibitions showcasing the Museum’s robust collection, a hands-on Children’s Gallery, a state-of-the art digital learning center, Museum store, and a two-story Grand Hall. Changing galleries host exhibitions on Tennessee art, craft, music and history, and in 2020, will offer a special commemoration on the centennial of the passing of the 19th amendment, giving American women to right to vote. Visitors will learn the fascinating story of the state’s role in making it happen. Located at the corner of Rosa Parks Blvd. and Jefferson Street at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, there is ample free parking and no admission charge. For more information:
elevators, ramps, automatic doors, wheelchairs on request
Smoke Free
Guided Tours
Military Discounts
Government Discounts
Comped Bus Parking
Admission Fee
Tues., Wed., Friday, & Sat. 10am to 5pm; Thursdays 10am to 8pm, Sundays 1 to 5pm
Pets allowed
Meeting Spaces
Meeting Spaces
Name Banquet Capacity Ceiling Height Classroom Capacity Group Capacity Level Meeting Capacity Number of Sub-rooms Private Dining Capacity Reception Capacity Room Dimensions Square Footage Theatre Capacity Venue Capacity
Lower Lobby 100 - - - - 125 - - 300 - - - -
Run of Facility - - - - - - - - 500 - - - -
Upper Lobby - - - - - - - - 200 - - - -