It’s not the White House, but all three presidents from Tennessee stayed there.
The Netherland Inn of Kingsport was frequented by several prominent Americans, including Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson and James K. Polk.
The estate – now known as The Netherland Inn House Museum and Boatyard Complex – is the nation’s only registered historical site that was both a boatyard and stagecoach stop.
Developed in the early 1800s as a Holston River boatyard, the site was later bought by Richard Netherland and converted into an inn and tavern.
Today, the Netherland Inn Association owns and preserves the site, where it hosts special events.
The museum, decorated with artifacts and replicas from the 19th century, revives the frontier days of America.