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Vintage Car Museum in Greeneville, Tennessee

The City Garage Car Museum is a car collector’s paradise located in the historical town of Greeneville, Tennessee. Founded in 2009, this museum is a must-see attraction with a diverse inventory changing décor with each season.

Do Something Different

The museum offers a self-guided experience, with seasonally decorated mannequins along the walk. In this collection, there is a 1914 Ford Brass T Model, 1981 DeLorean, 1939 Cadillac Sedan, and many other fascinating relics. Pictured above, the 1982 Subaru BRAT comes equipped with rear-facing jumpseats and the classic T-top split roof.

On A Budget

Admission to visit the museum is cash only at $5.00 with children 10 and under free. Hours are Friday through Saturday 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., and there is a unique selection of souvenirs available in the gift shop.

Fun For All

Kent Bewley, founder of City Garage Car Museum, is a Greeneville native whose family has been in the automotive industry since 1937. He and his wife, Bettye Anne, enjoy sharing this collection of vehicles through the museum for all to see.

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There’s More Up Here!

While you’re in town, stay at the General Morgan Inn and visit The Niswonger Performing Arts Center.