Museums

Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum

Come experience the Legend of Loretta Lynn in her 18,000 square foot Museum. With striking new displays and the beautifully update boutique, the museum will be sure to have something for everyone. Dedicated to her fans, Loretta has amassed a huge collection of personal memorabilia and awards from her career. Also, featuring mementos from her many beloved friends in Entertainment.

Doll and Fan Museum

Located in the Grist Mill, Loretta’s Fan & Doll Museum hosts a vast array of Dolls and Gifts sent to Loretta from her Loving and Devoted Fans over the course of her six decade career.

Loretta’s Frontier Homestead

Step back in time and visit her newly added “Frontier Homestead” The original log cabins are completely furnished and include main living quarters, kitchen and tool room. There are over four hundred artifacts on display including a vast array of tools, saws, saddles, cookware & utinsels, crocks, churns, clothing , horse drawn equipment,  wagons and much more.

Grist Mill Museum

Loretta’s Grist Mill Museum hosts a variety of equipment used during the production of corn meal in the late 1800’s. In addition the original generator and control panel used to supply electricity to the Mill and Loretta’s Historic Home are on display. Early pictures of the historic home, the original Post Office, re-created General Store and a Moonshine Still are also highlighted in the Mill. Uncle Rufus (animated character) welcomes everyone to the Grist Mill Museum!

Native American Artifacts Museum

You can enter Loretta’s Native American artifacts museum through the Loretta’s Shop. Paying homage to Loretta’s proud Cherokee heritage, and a favored hobby of arrowhead hunting, this free museum showcases the collection of Native American artifacts that Loretta has collected and been gifted through the years.

Hours

No Guided Tours or Museum Access on Mondays and Tuesdays

Hours and days may change without notice.

Office Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (RV Campground/Cabins)
Country Store: 7 am – 5 pm
Museum: 10 am – 4 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Guided Tours: 10:30 am - 3 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday) - Limited availability due to COVID 19
Western Store: 10 am – 4 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Mill Shop: Closed for Season
Plantation Shop: Closed for Season
Snack Shop: Closed for Season
Camp Store: Closed for Season

November to April: Lower Campground, Boone Hill Campground, and Creek Area will be closed for public access.

 
 

Contact Info

Admission Rates

Full tour, $30.00/per person plus tax
Museum Only, $17.50/per person plus tax
Rv Full Hookup, $40/per night plus tax
RV Water/Electric, $35/per night plus tax
Tent, $20/per night plus tax

Call for group tour rates