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Little White House

Englewood, Tennessee is not a national capital. It is not a state capital. It is not even a county seat. Rather it is a charming little town in southeastern Tennessee that grew out of three textile mill villages. Yet it has its own “White House.”

The “Little White House” is a wooden frame house that sits in the middle of downtown Englewood, on the grounds of the Englewood Textile Museum. Built by a member of one of Englewood’s earliest textile mill owners, it was home to several generations of the mill founder’s family and has always been a community landmark. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Little White House is today a part of the Englewood Textile Museum, providing gallery space and rooms for crafts classes and community gatherings. The house is open for tours during museum hours.

No Admission
Hours: Mon-Sat, 10:00-5:00