One of five large signs placed on perimeters of the Dandridge area to direct visitors to our National Register Historic Dristric, this sign stands in Chestnut Hill and has been beautifully landscaped by Bush Bros. Watch it as the plants develop through the summer. The folks at Bush Bros. are proud to be neighbors of Dandridge and an active business in Jefferson County.
Check out the new Farmers Market in Dandridge. Locally grown, many organic, vegetables and fruits brought to downtown Dandridge each Saturday. Click here to see more info on the DANDRIDGE FARMERS MARKET
Main Street Dandridge hosts and cooperates with several exciting events throughout the year in the Historic Downtown area. Find our more about our signature events.
Many Dandridge area citizens and businesses are members of our Main Street family supporting the renewal and preservation of our heritage. Check out our members and see how you can join in on the progress.
Dandridge has a wonderful historic walking tour brochure and even the occasional availability of a guided tour. With over 37 sites & structures dating from the 19th century, there’s always something to see.
The heartbeat of Main Street Dandridge, a variety of businesses line our National Register Historic District. Come experience the quaint shops and restaurants that will make your visit an experience to be remembered.
What’s in the works for Main Street Dandridge and the surrounding area? Here is a calendar of activities, the chamber of commerce news, local newsletters and even links to our friends and businesses around the area.
Historic Downtown Dandridge, Tennessee
A Main Street Community
The Dandridge Community Trust Corp., administrator of Main Street Dandridge is an I.R.S. Section 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Organization. Funds provided in part by the State of Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development