Town of
Historic Granville, Tennessee

Granville Museum
169 Clover Street • Granville, TN 38564

Come see why people from all over the south visit the 1880's Sutton General Store, Granville Museum,
Sutton Homestead,
Pioneer Village, and Antique Car Museum.
Granville is located on the waterfront of Cordell Hull Lake just an hour outside Nashville.

Historic Granville, TN — Tennessee's Mayberry Town.

Open Wed - Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm
Sutton Homestead Open Wed - Friday 12 - 3 pm, Sat 12 - 5:00 pm




Pictured left to right are Board Members of Granville Museum Patsy Yates, Randall Clemons, Chris Neeley, Stan Webster, Commissioner Kevin Triplett, 
Liz Bennett, Carolyn Dudney, Kaye Loftis, Suzanne Stafford, Harold Sutton and Ruth Dyal Upper Cumberland Tourism Director.

Commissioner Triplett recently visited Historic Granville where he toured the entire town and met with the board of directors. The Commissioner chose Granville as a location for the Department of Tourism to review what they can do to help small towns to increase tourism in the future.

Granville has become a major tourist attraction for the Upper Cumberland. Since the Granville Museum endeavor began in 1999. The Sutton General Store being restored in 2001 took the small riverboat town to a new level that has continued to grow each year.

The Sutton Ole Time Music Hour Show occurring each week since April 2008 is now broadcast on some Forty radio stations and in three different countries each week. This show continues to draw more attention to Granville as well as the other tourist things to see such as Sutton Homestead, Pioneer Village, Antique Car Museum, Granville Museum, Whistle Stop Saloon Museum, Post Office and Barber Shop Museum, Granville Veterans Park and the Great shopping in Granville. For more information call 931-653-4151 or
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Ms. Cheap aka Mary HanceMs Cheap (aka Mary Hance) will feature Historic Granville in her weekly newsletter in the Tennessean on Sunday, April 5, 2015. You can read it on-line here.

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