Welcome to the Cades Cove Preservation Association 
​& Cades Cove Museum web site
Click on the Thompson-Brown house below to enter
Site ©  2005-2020 Webmaster All Rights Reserved CCPA
The CCPA site has many pages of Cades Cove photos (old & new), history, genealogy, current events about Cades Cove and the CCPA . If you would like to help the CCPA in preserving the past, for the future, we welcome you as a member in our Cades Cove surrogate community. 
Thank you for visiting. 
Our Mission
The Cades Cove Preservation Association,  (CCPA) has been established to preserve the heritage of the Cades Cove community, located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. D.P.
 Cades Cove Preservation Association
Cades Cove Museum in the Historic Thompson-Brown House
Home of the Cades Cove Preservation Assoc."CCPA" since 2005
Cades Cove Preservation Assoc is a  501 (c) 3 non profit organization in the state of Tennessee since 2001
Located at 1004 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN
(Across from Blount Memorial Hospital & beside the Blount County Historical Museum)
The museum is operated by volunteers of the Cades Cove Preservation Association 
Building & property owned by Blount County
Free Admission
Donations Welcomed
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 to 3:00
Closed Sunday,Monday & Tuesday 
Other days & hours by appointment
Hours & days of operation subject to change 

Cades Cove Museum featured on Chanel Local 8 now.
Please be sure to reload/refresh your browser when clicking on pages with in this site for current updates.

Guidelines and what to expect during your visit

-Staff will be wearing a mask during your visit

-We ask that you also wear a mask
(we have paper masks for a $1.00 donation)

-Only 1 family (up to five persons) at a time in the museum
  Please for your safety and volunteers keep 6 feet away from our staff
-All research material, family files, books and photos will NOT be available at this time
  (office is closed) Please do not ask for copies.
-We cannot offer water or coffee to our guests at this time.

  You can still purchase items in our gift shop (we do have several items on sale)

-Admission is free, but we are grateful for any donations.
The museum does not receive help-nor do we get funding from any outside source.
We hope you enjoy the museum and hope you return when this has all over.