Hours of Operation:

Monday- Saturday

10:00 AM- 4:00 PM


 By Appointment ONLY


Welcome To
Our New Website!

        Kick off your shoes and make yourself at home! We've done some renovating and are proud to present to you our new and improved website! We are constantly adding new information each day so feel free to explore the site!

         If you are a photographer and see your photo on our website without your information, please e-mail us at events@samdavishome.org and let us know! We want to ensure everyone gets credit for all their hard work. With that being said, if you are a sponsor and do not see your logo listed on the slideshow or on our Sponsor page, please notify us so we can make sure everyone is accounted for. 

     Thank you so much to all of our SDMA members, our Board and Trustees, our volunteers, & all our sponsors for your endless support!


The Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation

         A historic treasure set on 168 serene acres in the heart of Smyrna, Tennessee and built in the early 1800's, this Greek Revival style home is one of the top cultural and historic attractions in Smyrna, Rutherford County, and Middle Tennessee. With approximately 20,000 visitors per year, the atmosphere of the site varies between a hum of activity and a tranquil park. 

          We have two historic homes, several outbuildings, the family cemetery, and over 100 of the Davis family's personal affects on display. Visitors to the Historic Sam Davis Home are able to take a step back in time and get a true sense of 19th century life. Open February through December, the site welcomes guests for tours, field trips, an array of special events, weddings and other special occasions, and so much more. 

                                                                                 © Chuck Clark Collection

                                                                                 © Chuck Clark Collection

                                                                      ©  Chuck Clark Collection

                                                                      ©  Chuck Clark Collection