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Trousdale Place Open House
Trousdale Place will be open free of charge for tours. Tennessee Pledge Guidelines will be in place for the health and safety of both guests and docents.
Come tour the handsome home of former Tennessee Governor, William Trousdale. This historic Sumner County home has been proudly placed on the National Register of Historic Places and Tennessee Civil War Trails. The house was built circa 1813 by John H. Bowen, a local attorney and member of Congress. Bowen died in 1822, and the house was later acquired by Governor William Trousdale. The city of Gallatin was developed on part of the original North Carolina land grant #1 awarded to Captain James Trousdale, Governor Trousdale’s father, for his service in the Revolutionary War.
It is located two city blocks west of the Gallatin, Tennessee Public Square, within easy walking distance of downtown shopping and dinning. A Sumner County Museum Association museum is also located on the grounds of Trousdale Place.
183 West Main Street, P.O. Box 953, Gallatin, TN 37066 , Gallatin, TN 37066
Parking is available along West Main Street.