Mountain Farm Museum Self-Guiding Tour
The Mountain Farm Museum is part of an effort to preserve some of the cultural heritage of the Smokies. These buildings, most dating from about 1900, were moved from their original locations throughout the Smokies to this site to create an open-air museum. These structures offer a glimpse into the past, and, hopefully, a greater appreciation of the rural heritage of this country.
- A self-guiding tour to historic buildings and stories of the people who settled the Smokies region
- The open-air museum provides an understanding of how people lived and worked in the days before establishment of the park.
How can I get this guide?
Download the free Smokies Visitor Guide or Best of the Great Smoky Mountains app, containing all the basic information you need about the park. From the store in the app you can purchase as many additional guides as interest you – customizing your app content to make your trip to the Smokies a unique and ideal experience.