The Cades Cove Museum @ the Thompson-Brown log House
© 1-2005 G. Motter All Rights Reserved CCPA
Wednesday ~ Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Other days & hours by appointment
Group Tours always welcome.
The photos on this page are only a few of the items on display.
Hundreds of items have been added in the past 11 years. (2016)
The collection is a treasure to be preserved, protected, and enhanced through the generosity of living individuals from Cades Cove, descendants, their families, & volunteers.
We invite you to place them on loan artifacts, photos, personal histories, and other items you believe would help enhance this collection. In return, we offer gratitude and your name in a place of honor.
please contact Gloria Motter
If you have Cades Cove memorabilia, Items, or artifacts, there is a place of honor for it in the museum.
What today is known as the back of the house ~ originally was the front of the home Jim Motter & Dave Post enjoying the view. 2006
Photos of a few guys from troop # 85. Sept. 18th Alex, John, Mat along with adults scraped windows, power washed the picnic tables, chopped down weeds, glazing the windows , and washed the restrooms.
The CCPA is grateful for all those who volunteered. They have done a mighty fine job.
We sure appreciate all the extra work they & the leaders did to make the grounds look good.
The CCPA thanks each & everyone!
Visit our little store for unique Cades Cove CCPA items.
The Cades Cove Museum will be closed May 5 through May 9 2020
Visit the Museum in Pigeon Forge during
The Museum will also be closed May 1 and May 2 for Old Timers Day/Spring Festival in Townsend. Stop at our booth and say hello or talk to former Cades Cove residence in our booth. Hope to see you at one of the events.