Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum

The grounds this plantation was built upon were a prehistoric Mississippian village dating back hundreds of years.

A view of Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum in Nashville

About five miles away from Belle Meade Plantation you'll find Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum. More than 600 years ago, the plantation was the site of a Native American burial ground. Built in 1799 by wealthy planter John Overton, the house today serves as a window into Tennessee's intriguing past.

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636 Farrell Pkwy. Nashville TN 37220 U.S.


615-832-8197 Attraction’s Website

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