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White House Inn Museum

White House Inn Museum
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The White House Stage Coach Inn was built by Richard Stone Wilks in 1829. It was the only house painted white between Nashville and Louisville, KY and was located on the L & N Turnpike which was the primary route of travel north and south. The first stage coach route was established in 1838 and the Inn became one of the stops for food and lodging. It was the travelers and coach drivers that referred to the Inn as “The White House” so this is how the town derived the name of White House. The White House Stage Coach Inn welcomed many travelers including the famous President Andrew Jackson of Tennessee en route to the White House in Washington, DC.

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LOCATION

White House Inn Museum

412 Highway 76, White House, TN 37188

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PUBLIC HOURS

Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 4:00pm