The Dickson-Williams Mansion
Main Street Greeneville Tennessee Historic Home
108 North Irish Street
Greeneville, Tennessee 37743
Tour Packages: (423) 743-9255
|Step across the threshold of the Dickson-Williams Mansion and into a storied past filled with exquisite antique furnishings, immortal American heroes, and an intriguing history. A prime example of Federal architecture, the mansion was built in 1821 by Greeneville's first postmaster, William Dickson. During the Civil War, the mansion served as officers quarters for both Confederate and Union troops.
The Dickson-Williams Mansion is maintained by Main Street Greeneville. Main Street Greeneville is a nonprofit organization that was formed in 1983, as one of five original Main Street communities in the State of Tennessee and is part of The National Trust for Historic Preservation program that encourages economic improvement and physical renovation within a twelve block area know as historic downtown Greeneville.
Since the beginning of Appalachian GhostWalks' "Haunted Historic Greeneville GhostWalk", the Dickson-Williams Mansion of historic Greeneville, Tennessee has been a beloved and featured part of our full-day "Greeneville Tour Package". This amazing journey through Greeneville history, which begins around 12 PM any afternoon, year-round with reservations required, elaborates on the full investigative paranormal study performed at the site in March of 2006.
Following a full and detailed history tour of the Historic Dickson-Williams Mansion presented by Main Street Greeneville, Appalachian GhostWalks' guests are treated to the details of those investigative findings and discover how the history verified our work to give you and your tour group a "spinetingling" feel for who is haunting the Mansion and why they are there!
History comes to life with Appalachian GhostWalks in an all-together great way to combine Greeneville history and mystery for educational fun for all ages! Call (423) 743-WALK (9255) for reservations by telephone, or RESERVE NOW ONLINE. You'll have a simply SPOOK-tacular good time!!!
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