Glenn Cardwell Heritage Museum

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Celebrating the proud mountain heritage and cultural history of the people of the small mountain town of Pittman Center

The first settler of Pittman Center, Frederic Emert, was a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. Hevand his family arrived to the area in 1784 and settled in the fertile valley along the Middle Prong of the Little Pigeon River and today that valley bears their name– Emerts Cove. With the establishment of Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 1934, many families relocated to this valley, bringing with them their traditions and values.

Open Week Days 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Other Times by Appointment
(865) 436-5499
(865) 436-7477

Located in Pittman Center Elementary School
2455 East Parkway
Gatlinburg TN 37738

Make plans to visit the Pittman Center Heritage Museum to enjoy this history for yourself.

Artifacts, Archives, Photographs, Books and Local Stories on Display

Group Reservations Welcome: Phone (865) 436-7477 or 436-4515
Free Parking and Admission

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