Historic Watertown is comprised of people who celebrate history and encourage growth and economic development. The community is dedicated to collecting and preserving the material culture and genealogy that illustrates the story of the city. It is a non-profit 501(c), incorporated in January 1991. Its mission is to preserve and rehabilitate the rich architectural heritage of the City of Watertown and to provide opportunities to revitalize economic foundation. Past major projects include having the Watertown Square placed on the National Register of Historic Places, commencing work on a Railroad Park, establishing a railroad siding and restoring Town Square with sidewalks and lights. Locals delight in the Watertown Excursion Train, Jewell's Market, Railroad Park, Watertown Music & Arts Festival, mile-long yard sales, many train events in connection with the Tennessee Central Railroad Museum (i.e. Valentine Murder Mystery, Polar Express Trains), Roxy Movie Theater, and a traditional farmer's market.
And we just listed a Log Cabin for $109,900!
Written by Stephanie Brake