We will be closed Friday, April 4 for Easter. Also, we will be closed April 10 to ready for our Vintage Baseball reception that evening.
Vintage Baseball at Historic Ramsey House
Vintage Baseball will be opening their season at Historic Ramsey House, 2614 Thorn Grove Pike, on April 10th with a Celebration of Vintage Baseball from 7PM to 9PM. This is an opportunity for all to meet the Vintage Baseball Players, Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett and the Collector’s Edition Barbershop Quartet. We invite our community to help us kick off Knoxville’s Vintage Baseball season by attending the reception that will offer light hors d’ oeuvres and wine. There will be no admission fee for current HRH members; there will be a suggested donation of $10 for non-members. Memberships will be available for purchase.
Saturday April 11th, will open with doubleheader starting at noon. Historic Ramsey House has the honor of hosting two home teams this year, The Knoxville Holstons and the Emmett Machinist. The Holstons will be opening against the Highland Rim Distillers, while the Emmett Machinist will play the Stewart’s Creek Scouts. The games are great family fun that fit our educational mission and service to our community. There is no charge for the games and as always there will be hot dogs, popcorn, beverages and more available for purchase.
We are looking for a few good “men”.
Are you interested in history?
We are in need of volunteers to be docents. Also, assist with school tours , special events, plus a multitude of other opportunities. Whatever your interests are, I’m sure we have something you will enjoy.
If you are a history buff and wanting to volunteer please contact Kathy McCandless. firstname.lastname@example.org
See the new Visit Knoxville video on the Historic Homes of Knoxville.
Historic Ramsey House
The purpose and mission of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities at Historic Ramsey House is to restore, maintain and preserve the historic structure, its gardens, and its dependencies; to interpret the early life and culture of early Tennessee and the important role of the Ramsey Family; to interpret the built environment and encourage interest in preservation; to help preserve the folkways of the region, and the arts, crafts and skills of the period interpreted in the house (1790-1820) and to link the past to the future through preservation, education and interpretation for children as well as adults.