The Lenoir Museum Historical Complex

Norris, TN — Explore the history of early life in East Tennessee at Lenoir Museum Historical Complex located on highway 441 in Norris, Tennessee. Over 60 years of collected artifacts showcasing Appalachian farm life and the history of Norris Dam.
Lenoir Museum Historical Complex

The Lenoir Museum Cultural Complex is a must see for Norris Dam State Park visitors. The complex is free to the public and includes the Lenoir Pioneer Museum, an 18th Century Rice Grist Mill and Crosby Threshing Barn. All of the sites of interest are within walking distance.The museum houses early American displays of thousands of items collected over 60 years by Will G. Lenoir and his wife Helen. Exhibits also include Appalachian artifacts, a pre-dam pictorial account of the area submerged by the lake.

Free Admission to the museum. Tours are available by request. Call for reservations. Rice Grist Mill and Caleb Crosby Threshing Barn are all within walking distance.

Lenoir Museum Historical Complex

2121 Norris Freeway
Norris, TN 37828
Telephone: (865) 425-4500 | Website: Visit Park

Open 9am - 5pm
Wednesday through Sunday

Sites of Interest: Will G. and Helen H. Lenoir Museum, 18th Century Rice Grist Mill, Caleb Crosby Threshing Barn, Antique Barrel Organ
Lenoir Museum Entrance
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