Upcoming Events

The Dickson Hunt

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Every Week During Museum Hours

New on-going game! You can now explore Main St. Dickson with your friends, family or co-workers. Come into the museum, pay for your team and get your clues! This scavenger hunt will take you all around Main St. and help you discover new things about Dickson you may have not known before!


Developing our Communities: Jump-Starting a Community Strategic Plan

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Thursday, November 14th 2019

4:30PM Meet and Greet

5:00-6:00PM Presentation

6:00-7:00PM Reception

As part of our yearly lecture series;  Alex Hughes Sadler, TVA Consultant for Training and Development, is our guest speaker.


Legacy Reception 2019

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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019 

5:00PM to 7:00PM

Join us in honoring two Country Music Greats for their contributions to the state, nation, and world. Come meet Ralph Emery and Ray Stevens and help us celebrate these Living Legends.


Event is free to attend. Donations are appreciated.

Welcome to the Museum

Who We Are

The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum aims to explore and celebrate the innovative leadership and values that have shaped the community and to provide educational opportunities which connect the past to the present and enhance the quality of life.


The Hotel Halbrook, home of the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, was constructed in 1913 and is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in a small Tennessee town. It functioned as a working man's hotel until 1954. On June 9, 2009, it opened to the public once again and became officially known as the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, the Tennessee Historical Commission's second most visited historic site. The Museum explores the history and heritage of Dickson County, the Western Highland Rim, and the State of Tennessee through exhibits and collections relating to the railroad, iron ore industry, commerce, the Civil War, settlement, and the accomplishments of Tennessee Governor Frank G. Clement. The Museum is fortunate to have many artifacts and items that once belonged to Governor Clement and his family. Museum visitors can see the rooms where the Clements lived while managing the Hotel Halbrook and view exhibits featuring Governor Clement's early years, campaigns, and accomplishments.


Here at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, we educate and provide events for the community, give tours throughout the museum, provide membership to visitors, offer venue rental and are a visitor center right at the heart of Dickson.

Stay in the Loop!

Any other questions, you can give us a call at 615-446-0500, email us at clementrailroadmuseum@gmail.com OR follow us on social media (links below).

The Dickson Visitors Center