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Wynnewood State Historic Site

Wynnewood State Historic Site
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Wynnewood State Historic Site features an ancient mineral spring and the original Castalian Springs Resort, a National Historic Landmark. Built by the Wynne family and their enslaved workers, it remains the largest early log structure in Tennessee.

The Inn at Castalian Springs, later known as Wynnewood, is Tennessee’s largest surviving log structure at 110 feet long and 22 feet wide. Opened for guests in 1830 and then operated as a mineral springs resort and residence for the Wynne family until acquisition by the State of Tennessee in 1971. Wynnewood State Historic Site is open for tours from April through October.

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LOCATION

Wynnewood State Historic Site

210 Old Highway 25, Castalian Springs, TN 37031

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PUBLIC HOURS

March through November
Wednesday through Sunday
10:00 am – 4:00 pm

FIRST TOUR begins 10:00am
LAST TOUR begins 3:00pm

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

December through February
615-452-5463

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Adults: $10.00
Seniors (age 55 & up): $8.00
Children (ages 6-12): $5.00
Under age 6: Free
Yearly memberships begin at just $20!


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