Heritage Festival 2015

The 10th Annual Scott County Heritage Festival will be held on the Campus of Scott High School in Huntsville Tennessee on Saturday, September 26th, 2015.  The Festival will run from 11 am until 5 pm.

Some of the events include: Rail Splitting, Flint Knapping, Sorghum Making, Civil War Re-enactment, Hide Tanning, Rifle Making, Quilting, County Fair Games, Hatchet Throwing, Bluegrass Music, Country Style Food, Long Hunting, Petting Zoo, Homemade Ice Cream, Spinning Wheel, Abe Lincoln.  You may also tour the Museum of Scott County, the USS Tennessee Museum and the Children's Learning Lodge.

There is SOMETHING for EVERYONE and it's FREE!!! 


     The Museum of Scott County is a complex that covers over three acres of ground. It is unique in the fact that it is the only museum in the nation that is designed, built, and curated by high school students. Anthropology students uncover artifacts and bring life to past historical events. History and science students design exhibits relevant to their curriculum as it pertains to the Museum of Scott County. Drama students dress in character and take elementary pupils back in time as they act out the role of inhabitants of Scott County. English classes  publish folk tales and anecdotal stories of the people of Scott County.

     Contained in the complex is a history museum, WWII memorial museum, children's museum, and a frontier village. The museum is open six days a week, and admission is free.







Gary Sexton

Scott High School

400 Scott High Drive

Huntsville, Tennessee  37756

Phone: 423-663-2801

Cell: 423-215-1625

E-mail: gary.sexton@scottcounty.net


Click the map below for directions to our

museum provided by www.mapquest.com





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