Organization Profile

Blount Mansion Association


The William Blount Mansion Association is a 501 (c) 3 organization chartered under Tennessee law with a stated mission to heighten the public’s knowledge, appreciation and understanding of William Blount and the Blount Mansion by preserving the site and providing quality educational and cultural experiences. The Association is charged with preservation, restoration, interpretation, and research related to the 1792 structure and its grounds and outbuildings that served as the home of Governor William Blount (1792-1800), was the seat of government for the Southwest Territory, and is the site of the founding of Tennessee statehood. The Association is also charged with responsibility for the preservation, interpretation and use of the Craighead-Jackson house located adjacent to the Blount Mansion, the gardens associated with both structures, and for maintenance and care of the Visitors Center building and grounds.

Arts & Culture
Visitors & Travelers
Knoxville, TN, 37901
Volunteer East Tennessee
P.O. Box 1229
Knoxville, TN 37901

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