General Morgan Inn & Conference Center

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Originally opened in 1884 on the site where Greeneville’s DeWoody Tavern stood for over a century, the General Morgan Inn is east Tennessee’s premier example of railroad era-inspired architecture. Designed with a late Victorian aesthetic, the Inn served as a social and economic hub for northeast Tennessee, combining classic elements of comfort, service, and graceful Southern hospitality. An extensive restoration, including the addition of a new conference center completed in 1996, returned the hotel to its original beauty and purpose. The jewel of Greeneville’s Main Street, the General Morgan Inn features full-service dining, upscale amenities, and boutique shops, all within a short walk to the President Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and Homestead.
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Discover the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Capitol Theater, Cherokee National Forest, Nathaniel Green Museum, and Historic Green County Jail.

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Discover

Discover the Victorian architecture of the General Morgan Inn & Conference Center.

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Explore

Explore the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site.

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Experience

Experience a tour of the Dickson-Williams Mansion.

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Taste authentic Southern cuisine at Brumley's Restaurant.

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