The Oldest Covered Bridge In Tennessee Has Been Around Since 1875

The state of Tennessee is rife with history. It’s been a state since 1796, making it one of the oldest and most established in the nation. With all that time comes a whole lot of history, and the Harrisburg Covered Bridge heralds a different time. Tucked away in East Tennessee, it’s one of the most stunning representations of where Tennessee has been, and what has been left behind. If you haven’t visited, it’s a must. Learn all about this historic Tennessee landmark below!

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If you’re looking for more information, you can find a bit by way of the Smokies Guide to the Harrisburg Covered Bridge.

Hungry for more history? Check out the tallest waterfall in Tennessee, and fall in love with the Volunteer state all over again. 

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