The W.G. Lenoir Museum offers insight into the Appalachian way of life.
Norris, TN - The Lenoir Museum offers insight into the Appalachian way of life. The museum is the perfect stop for your Norris Lake vacation and provides a diverse collection of many artifacts from the past that the entire family is sure to enjoy. William G. and Lenoir Museum is a permanent display of collections and offers more than 60 years of everyday life.
Many of the artifacts include farming tools, rifles, hand guns, pottery, Indian arrow heads, crafts, dishware, textiles, baskets, hand saws, shoes, coins, locks, glass jars, living room, dinning room and bedroom displays. The museum is two levels and also features old photographs of Norris Dam and TVA. The upper level includes and old cash register, lanterns, craftsman tools and more.
The museum is also in walking distance from the 18th Century Rice Grist Mill and the Caleb Crosby Threshing Barn. Great place to spend a couple of hours with the family. Bring lunch for a picnic. Hiking trails are also available.
Cost: Admission is Free
Location: 2121 Norris Fwy Norris, TN
Hours: Wed - Sun, 9am - 5pm
Directions: Take I-75 exit 122, Hwy 61, Hwy 441, then 6 miles to Norris Dam State Park
Tour Reservations: (865) 494-9688