Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
Welcome to the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Travel Planner. Here you'll find everything you need to plan your park visit, including directions, park facts, things to do, information on historical resources, maps, and more. I hope you'll enjoy a visit to this historical site in the near future.
A few quick facts: Originally established as a national monument in 1935, it was redesignated as a national historic site in 1963. The 17-acre site in Greeneville, Tennessee honors the life and work of the nation's 17th President and preserves his two homes, tailor shop, and grave site. The park draws about 48,000 visitors per year.