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Wynnewood State Historic Site

About Wynnewood State Historic Site

Standing two stories tall and 142 feet long, Wynnewood State Historic Site is likely one of the largest nineteenth century log structure ever built in Tennessee. Erected in 1828, it served as a mineral springs resort and has a storied history throughout the centuries under the Wynne family, who was related by marriage to the nearby Winchester family at Cragfont State Historic Site. Wynnewood is a Registered National Historic Landmark.

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**Availability of tours may change due to Covid-19. Please contact the site directly for most updated tour options or visit https://www.historiccastaliansprings.org/**

Open seasonally for guided house tours from April – October. Call in advance to make appointments in the off-season or to book a group tour.

Guided House Tours

  • Mondays – Wednesdays
    • Closed
  • Thursdays – Sundays
    • 9am – 3pm
      • Guided tour times: 11am & 2pm

Guided House Tours will be sold first come, first served, and will be limited to no more than six people per tour to allow for social distancing. Masks must be worn while inside the historic house. If you would like more information or to reserve a tour please contact Wynnewood via phone or at wynnewoodoffice@gmail.com.

Guided House Tour Admission: $10 – adults (18+), $9 – seniors (62+), $5 – children/student (age 5-17).
Combination Ticket (Good for 4 days from first day of use at Cragfont State Historic Site and Wynnewood State Historic Site): $16 – adults (18+), $8 – children/student (age 5-17).

Guided Landscape Tours

  • Mondays – Wednesdays
    • Closed
  • Thursdays – Sundays
    • 9am – 3pm
      • Landscape Tour Times: 10am & 1pm

Guided Landscape Tour Admission: $5 per person