Mission Statement

To raise, receive, and manage funds for the preservation of the historical Glenmore Mansion, circa 1868; to maintain the grounds and structure in a manner that ensures its stability and opulent presence; and to offer the site as a venue for enjoyment and as an educational resource by making it available to the public and to study by architects, engineers, preservationists, builders and other craftsmen. - Glenmore Preservation Society Inc.

paint at glenmore mansion – August 26, September 17

Artist: Karen Bible

To make reservations call or text Karen at (865) 765-2650. (She needs to know if you are coming so there will be enough supplies.)

Cost is $35 each. Pay at the door. (Checks or cash).

Friday, August 26 @ 7:00pm

Saturday, September 17 @ 10:30am

Glenmore Mansion is the only public house museum in Jefferson County, Tennessee. Built by John Roper Branner in 1868, it is one of the southeast’s best examples of a second empire architecture still standing today.

Today, Glenmore engages the community through regular seasonal tours along with special events like the Spring Garden Market and the Christmas Candlelight Tours.