We encourage our guests to maintain safe social distancing and we look forward to seeing you soon. Please click on our "Visit" tab to learn more.
We will continue to monitor the situation regarding the COVID-19 virus, and we will monitor guidance from the Metro Public Health Department and the Tennessee Department of Health. Please visit our social media for additional updates .
Due to recent restrictions put in place in Davidson County designed to counter the spread of Covid-19, the Tennessee Agricultural Museum is canceling its annual Christmas Open House. The safety of our vendors, demonstrators, and guests is our top priority, so canceling the event is necessary.
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The Tennessee Agricultural Museum serves its community through educational programs, exhibits, and special events that attract more than 12,000 people annually. School groups are welcome to learn about Tennessee's rural past through curriculum-focused field trips and audiences of all ages are encouraged to explore the site's exhibits that contain over 3,000 artifacts related to life in Tennessee before electricity. The museum includes two levels of exhibits, an heirloom garden, and historic cabins.
The museum is free admission for self-guided tours. Click here to learn more about bus tours and school group programs/field trips.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed on state holidays.
Please call to confirm hours during inclement weather.
The museum is first-floor handicapped accessible with free bus parking.
Physical Address: Ellington Agricultural Center, 404 Hogan Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37220
Mailing Address: PO Box 40627, Nashville, Tennessee 37204
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