Cold Springs School

Built in 1857, this one room schoolhouse serves as a reminder of local history. It houses a collection of books, old photographs, and Civil War and U.S. Bicentennial memorabilia. Over the years, Cold Springs School has served a variety of purposes, at one time even serving as a Confederate military hospital at Sumner County’s training camp, Camp Trousdale. Later, another function of the building was as a school in the late 1800s and early 1900s, which is how the building is furnished today for visitors to experience. Learn about this building’s unique history during a free tour of the site on Sundays throughout the summer!

Tour Availability: Cold Springs School is open for free tours on Sundays from 2pm – 4pm during the months of June through August. You can also call (615) 579-8894 to make an advanced appointment outside of regular hours.

Special Events at Cold Springs School:
Historic Sites Kickoff – 1st Saturday in April

Address: 303 Portland Blvd, Portland, TN 37148
Phone: (615) 579-8894
Website: http://www.hrhstn.org/cold-springs-school