Saturday, we went to Nashville, Tennessee. While we were there we visited the Travelers Rest Museum.
The Overton family home was named Travelers Rest and was owned by Judge John Overton. The plantation played a vital role during the Battle of Nashville, since battles were fought on the grounds.
After the war, the Overtones provided services for disabled Confederate veterans and founded the Confederate Soldiers’ Home.
The Overtone house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now a museum.
I know it sounds nerdy, but my favorite part of the museum was the old school house.