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Old Gray Cemetery

543 North Broadway Street, Knoxville, TN 37917, USA

Old Gray Cemetery, established in 1850, reflects the sympathies of East Tennessee during the Civil War with gravestones and sculpted monuments honoring Union and Confederate dead. Col. Henry M. Ashby, Gen. William R. Caswell, and Tennessee wartime governor, William G. "Parson" Brownlow are among those buried in this Victorian cemetery in the heart of Knoxville.

 

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Directions

From I-275 take exit 1A east to Baxter Avenue. Proceed up the hill to North Central Avenue. Turn right on North Central and proceed 0.4 mile to North Broadway. Turn right and travel 2 blocks. Old Gray is opposite St. John's Lutheran Church.

Visitor Services

Self-guided tour brochure.

Regular Events

Lantern and Carriage Tour held the last Sunday in September.

Plan Your Visit

Admission Fee

Free

Hours

Daily: Sunrise to sunset

Phone

865-522-1424

Website

http://www.oldgraycemetery.org/OGC/Welcome.html »

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