General Morgan Inn
General Morgan Inn
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General Morgan Inn


The General Morgan Hotel is Tennessee’s finest illustration of railroad era-inspired architecture. It was first established in 1884 on the location where Greeneville’s DeWoody Tavern existed for more than a century. The Inn, built in a late Victorian style and integrating traditional components of comfort, service, and gracious Southern hospitality, functioned as a social and economic focus for northeast Tennessee.
The hotel was extensively restored, including the building of a brand-new convention center, which was finished in 1996. The General Morgan Inn is the crown gem of Greeneville’s Main Street and offers full-service dining, opulent facilities, and quaint boutiques all only a short stroll from the President Andrew Johnson National Historic Park and House.

Venue Location + Transportation


111 North Main Street,
Greeneville, Tennessee 37743