Marble Springs State Historic Site is the last remaining home of John Sevier, the first Governor of the State of Tennessee. Sevier named his farm Marble Springs because of the Tennessee Rose Marble that was quarried on site and the natural springs that flowed on the property.
Marble Springs is a 35 acre historic property in the rolling hills of South Knoxville. We offer a covered pavilion that can seat 80-100 people, and acres of grounds that are acceptable for tent placement.
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Rachel · Married on 10/01/2016
We held our ceremony at Marble Springs, and it was the perfect place for us. It's very beautiful and feels very isolated, even though you are still only a 15 minute drive from downtown. The cost is very minimal and we were happy that the money supports the non-profit that manages the site (the home of John Sevier). Our guests raved about the beautiful and peacefulness of the location, and there was plenty of space for us to get ready. The property is quite large, and so we were able to get a variety of great photos together - which we loved! It can be easy to miss for guests coming on the highway, so we tied balloons to the mailbox and that did the trick! If you're looking for a beautiful outdoor ceremony spot that won't break your budget and also supports a worthy cause - this is the place you want!Sent on 10/20/2016
Marble Springs has a beautiful backdrop for an outdoor wedding. See their site for examples of great weddings that took place there.