Tennessee Agricultural Museum – Preserving Tennessee’s Rural History

Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Dr. Elaura Guttormson, Director of the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, who highlights the 207-acre Ellington Agricultural Center, which is headquarters for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Located 10 miles south of downtown Nashville, the Tennessee Agricultural Museum preserves Tennessee’s rural history and encourages interest and understanding of agriculture through educational programs and exhibits, special events, and community outreach.

During the interview, Dr. Guttormson shares some of the history for the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, talks about some of her favorite exhibits, highlights their educational programs and how the community can get involved and enjoy upcoming special events, and more.

The museum is free admission for self-guided tours. Click here to learn more about bus tours and school group programs/field trips.

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