Located in Smyrna, Tennessee, The Sam Davis Home was built along the banks of Stewarts Creek in 1820. This historical home and museum rest on 160 acres of farmland just outside of the Nashville area. The two-story home is characteristic of a Southern, upper middle-class family of those times.
A trip to the Sam Davis Home begins with a documentary video about the life of Sam Davis and a visit through the museum. Trained staff offer guided tours through the nine room main house, the original kitchen, smokehouse, overseer's office, and privy. Authentic Middle Tennessee slave dwellings can also be seen on the site.