200 HYDER HILL RD
P.O. BOX 160
PINEY FLATS, TN 37686
1-888-538-1791 (toll free)
Seniors (55+) $7.00
Children (Ages 5-17) $5.00
AAA and AARP discounts available.
Special Events and Programs
may have different prices.
(March 1 - December 16)
Tue. - Sat. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Last tour starts by 4 p.m.
Other days/times available
through group reservation
The Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball will bring a regulation game following the 1864 rules of play.
Join the Cobb Family embarking on the customary chores of the springtime and participate in the processing of wool from the shearing of the sheep to the final product, from "sheep to shawl”. Tour the historic site and visit with the Cobb family as they celebrate the passing of the harsh winter and prepare for the new growing season.
Rocky Mount will be undergoing construction to improve our visitor’s center and historic site. This construction may affect our normal operations.
Come and celebrate with the Cobb Family our day of Independence this year in traditional ways: the reading of the Declaration of Independence, hanging ribbons on the Liberty Tree and honoring those who won and those who protect our freedom.
The Jonesborough Storytellers Guild will be weaving tales of spooks and haunts that will chill your spine, even on a warm summer night. This is an annual fundraiser for the Jonesborough Storytellers Guild.
Members of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association will present a special night of 'candlelight narration’ in their campsites as they recreate the fateful evening of September 24, 1780, their encampment with the Cobb Family and the triumphant over-the-mountains march to victory at Kings Mountain.
The Beaver Creek Storytellers will be telling tales on a spooky Friday the 13th.
Participate with the family and friends of the Cobb Family as they gather in the rewards of their labor throughout this productive year with the harvest of the crops and the preparations being made for the long winter season.
A special walk through time to honor the men and women who have sacrificed to win and keep our freedom and way of life secure on the battlefield and at home.
A special time of the year to join with the Cobb Family in celebration of Christmas in the year 1791 with candlelight and decorations as the custom of the late 18th century before the heavy commercialization we know today. Music, dancing, decorations and sacred tales will all be part of your experience this magical evening.