Visited here some time ago with my son. Tour was informative regarding the Civil War in the Knoxville area and the role of the house itself in that conflict. I will give it a "very good" if War Between the States is your thing...average if it isn't. They do a good job with the place & keep the spirit of... 更多
We were married here in October of 2015 and we really enjoyed the home. There are definitely a lot of fixing up projects on the to-do list here but the organization that runs the house really doesn't seem to mind the wear and tear. We never had a problem setting appointments or getting things done but this may have more... 更多
Knoxville is rich in history, particularly that of the Civil War. A soldier in the turret of Bleak House, as it is also known, shot and killed a Union soldier on the present site of Fort Sanders Manor. Confederate Hall was a companion home to the present day Armstrong-Lockett house, just down the street. It has loads of historical artifacts... 更多
This gorgeous home was built in 1858 and was used by General James Longstreet, CSA as his headquarters during the Siege of Knoxville in November/December 1863. Be sure to call ahead to ensure that a tour guide is available - you do not want to miss this gorgeous historic site.
The place is not bad and has that historical flare. Some good points of learning about the Civil War in Knoxville guides informative. I also believe they cater a lot to weddings and receptions so in saying that I believe it could be open on weekends when there are no receptions. I believe they more adapt to being a reception... 更多