Marble Springs State Historic Site

1220 W. Governor John Sevier Hwy, Knoxville, TN 37920 Map · Phone number
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About Marble Springs State Historic Site

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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This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property.
This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property.
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Marble Springs State Historic Site
The historic site.
The historic site.
Decorations are allowed at the property, such as this wayfinding sign.
Decorations are allowed at the property, such as this wayfinding sign.
One example of a ceremony at Marble Springs, located in the historic area. Hay bales were brought in...
One example of a ceremony at Marble Springs, located in the historic area. Hay bales were brought in...
Tents may be brought in to certain areas of the property for ceremonies and/or receptions.
Tents may be brought in to certain areas of the property for ceremonies and/or receptions.
Spring House- an option for small weddings and photographs.(Photo by Megan Clute:...
Spring House- an option for small weddings and photographs.(Photo by Megan Clute:...
(Photo by Megan Clute: https://www.facebook.com/MeganClutePhotographyPhotographerOwnerEditor)
(Photo by Megan Clute: https://www.facebook.com/MeganClutePhotographyPhotographerOwnerEditor)
Marble Springs has room for special entrances.
Marble Springs has room for special entrances.
Marble Springs can accommodate a large guest list in many areas of the property.
Marble Springs can accommodate a large guest list in many areas of the property.
The open-air pavilion is ready for customization. This bride and groom added special lighting and...
The open-air pavilion is ready for customization. This bride and groom added special lighting and...
The pavilion may be used for serving food, a dance floor, eating, and more.
The pavilion may be used for serving food, a dance floor, eating, and more.
This wedding was located in our Pine Grove area of the property.
This wedding was located in our Pine Grove area of the property.
The pavilion offers several large picnic tables that can be utilized for your event.
The pavilion offers several large picnic tables that can be utilized for your event.
This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property. Brides and grooms are welcome to...
This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property. Brides and grooms are welcome to...
This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property.
This wedding took place in the Pine Grove area of the property.
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Marble Springs State Historic Site
The historic site.
The historic site.

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    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 State Historic Site FAQ

  • Do you have a site fee for wedding receptions at your venue?
    Yes
  • What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during peak season?
    $ 500.00
  • What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during off-peak season?
    $ 500.00
  • Do you have a site fee for wedding ceremonies at your venue?
    Yes
  • What is the starting site fee for wedding ceremonies during peak season?
    $ 500.00
  • What is the starting site fee for wedding ceremonies during off-peak season?
    $ 500.00
  • Which of the following are included in starting site fee?
    Bridal Suite
    Chairs
    Parking
  • How many event spaces or rooms does your venue offer?
    2
  • Describe your venue:
    Farm/Ranch
    Historic Building
    Museum
  • What kind of settings are available?
    Covered Outdoor
    Uncovered Outdoor
  • Which of the following wedding events does your venue service?
    Ceremony
    Reception
    Bridal Shower
    Engagement Party
  • What event services do you offer?
    Event Rentals
    Get Ready Rooms
  • What event items are available?
    Chairs
  • What transportation and access is available?
    Parking

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  • 1220 W. Governor John Sevier Hwy Knoxville, TN, 37920 See on map
    8655735508 (Phone number)
    Location of (Marble Springs State Historic Site)