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Granville Adds Self-Guided "Walking Tour" Guide for Visitors

Historic Granville and Granville Museum has announced a new "Walking Tour" Guide to be used by visitors beginning in 2022. Members of the Board and local community leaders gathered in Granville on March 9th to celebrate its completion.


The newly published guide provides a historical context for 32 locations in Granville and covers 200 years of Granville history. The printed guide will be given to visitors who purchase a $7.00 Town Tour Ticket to enhance their experience in learning about the rich history of this community. Historic Granville opened the 2022 season on March 9th with the new theme “Untold Stories- If These Hills Could Talk” with new exhibits in all museums.


Pictured in Photo Left to Right holding a G


uide booklet are Mayor Randy Heady, Jackson County Mayor; Jay Frankenfield Artisan; Hope Vargas, Executive Director Jackson County Chamber of Commerce; Michelle Hix, Jackson County Mayors Office, Ashley DeRossett, Middle Tennessee Division Manager Department of Tourist Development, Bobby Swann, Artisan; Skip Peek, Artisan, Susan Peek, Artisan; Lisa Huff, Historic Granville Program Director, Barbara Boone Artisan; Liz Bennett, Vice President Granville Museum; Stan Webster, Vice President Granville Museum; Kendra Bryant, Sutton Store Manager; Isabel Cohen, Artisan; Margaret Oldham, Volunteer; Randall Clemons, President Granville Museum and Larry Edmondson, Board Member Granville Museum.


Historic Granville is open Wednesday thru Friday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. and Saturday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. For more information search this website or call 931-653-4151.




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