Tennessee Agricultural Museum


The Tennessee Agricultural Museum, located on the spacious grounds of the Ellington Agricultural Center, has an extensive collection of home and farm artifacts from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Exhibited in a renovated plantation barn, the museum features textiles, a woodworking collection, blacksmith shop, wagons and large equipment such as a Jumbo steam engine. The experience continues with log cabins, farm house, one-room school, gardens and nature trails.

Renovation Notice: To better serve you, we are presently undergoing exciting renovations to our interior exhibit space and taking care of long-needed building improvements. The Museum building is temporarily closed. We anticipate re-opening in mid-fall. In the meantime, please visit our log cabin area, heirloom garden and Strasser Experience Center with analemmatic sundial.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed on state holidays. Call to confirm hours during inclement weather.

Visit: Self-guided tours are free for individuals. Group reservations are required with a small fee for demonstrations and educational programs. The museum is handicapped accessible with ample bus parking. Please call (615) 837-5197 for scheduling, cancellations, or changes in group number.

Address: Ellington Agricultural Center, 404 Hogan Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37220.

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TN Agricultural Museum • (615) 837-5197 • tennessee.agricultural.museum@tn.gov