Outside of building

Explore Dickson, TN

Clement Railroad Hotel Museum

Visit Our Site

Lose track of time at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum. Located in the restored 1913 Hotel Halbrook in downtown Dickson, the museum provides tours, exhibits, special events, and educational programming for learners of all ages. Visitors discover the colorful heritage of railroading, impact of the Civil War on the region, and stories about the people and industry of Dickson County. As the birthplace of Tennessee governor Frank G. Clement, the museum interprets the accomplishments of the state's youngest modern governor.

Read MoreLess
Visit our site
Hotel Halbrook
Visitor Center Brochures
Hotel Visitor Log Book
Train paraphernalia
Model Train
Iron Furnace room
Hotel Bed
Frank Goad Clement Sign
Civil War Jacket
Admission Sign
Hampton High School Exhibit
Frank Clement's desk
Gift Shop books
Black History Month Display
Railroad Track and depot
Hotel Lobby
Clement Railroad Hotel Museum
Tuesday-Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am to 4pm
Visit Our Site

For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Clement Railroad Hotel Museum directly.

Click to Interact

Get Driving Directions

Nearby Attractions

Still exploring? Try these popular ideas in and around Dickson.