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Granville Whiskey Decanter Museum


   Historic Granville- Tennessee Mayberry Town has a history dating back to the early 1900’s of famous whiskey makers connected to the small riverboat town.  Its history has been taken to another level with the recent donation of approximately 2,000 Jim Beam Whiskey Decanters by Charles Barrett of Watertown.  Charles and his late wife, Betty, began collecting bottles in 1979,


  Jim Beam Distillery began filling their whiskey into ornamental bottles in 1955 with the creation of a bowling pin and a porcelain ash tray. Because of the popularity, the decanters were produced in fifteen categories: Wheels, Clubs and Conventions, Casino, Centennial, Organizations Customer, Executive, Foreign, People, Opera, Political, Regal China, Sports, States, Trophy, Glass and the Collectors’ Edition.  You will find decanters from each category in Granville Whiskey Decanter Museum.  The company later purchased Regal China Company and manufactured the decanters till the 1990’s.


   The Granville Whiskey Decanter Museum opened on May 1, 2021 and is located on Clover Street beside the Mayberry - I Love Lucy Museum.


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Open: Wed–Sat, Year Round

Hours: Wed-Fri 11:00 to 3:00 pm & Saturday 11:00 to 5:00 pm


The Granville Whiskey Museum is included in your Town Tour Ticket.  Tickets are $7.00 for Adults; $5.00 for Children 6-12; Children Under 6 are Free. Your Tour Ticket gives you access to a guided tour of the Sutton Homestead and Pioneer Village and a self-guided tour of all the other buildings and museums, including, Granville Museum, Farm to Your Table Agriculture Museum, Daniel Barber Shop and Post Office Museum, Clemons Car Museum, Mayberry - I Love Lucy Museum, Granville Whiskey Decanter Museum, Whistle Stop Saloon and Ice Cream Museum. Purchase your town tour tickets at Sutton General Store or Southern Shops of Granville. 

For More Information about a Tour of Granville Call: (931) 653-4151

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