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Sumner County Museum

About Sumner County Museum

The Sumner County Museum offers 3 levels to explore its huge collection of interesting items from Native American and African American displays, antique toys, full-size cars and trucks, period clothing, quilts, military and gun collections, music and entertainment items, and so much more. It also holds several pieces associated with the iconic Randy's Record Shop that was formerly in downtown Gallatin. The Sumner County Museum also operates Historic Stonewall, an 1831 antebellum home in downtown Gallatin now used for historic house tours and events.


More Details

Open seasonally for museum tours from March – November. Call in advance to make appointments in the off-season or to book a group tour.

Due to Covid-19, group tours only (7 or less) are offered at this time. Walk-in tours are unguided and only allowed if no tours are scheduled.

  • Mondays – Fridays
    • 9:30am – 3:45pm
      • Tour times: 9:30am–10:45am, 11:00am–12:15pm, 1:00pm–2:15pm, 2:30pm–3:45pm
  • Saturdays – Sundays
    • Closed

Admission: $5 – individual, $15 for small groups of 3 – 7 people. Group tour rates are available.

Special Events at the Sumner County Museum:
October – Candlelight Cemetery Tour