Cragfont State Historic Site
This Project is funded under an agreement with Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation - Tennessee Historical Commission
Welcome to Historic Cragfont (Built 1798 - 1802)
Home of General James Winchester:
Hero of the Revolution, a pioneer in the wilderness, a brave warrior against the indians, a Brigadier General in the War of 1812, a leader in the up-building of Tennessee, a founder of Memphis, thrifty in commerce and loyal to his Country.
Click Photo to View Images of the 2015 Cragfont Gala.
Click Here to Visit: Sumner County Convention & Visitor Bureau
Opens for the Summer on April 15th - Click Here for more Information
Cragfont Featured on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads
The Cragfont Piece starts at the 6:15 mark.
We have had several items donated for the Live Auction like this original painting by local artist, Joel Knapp. Framing was donated by All About Art Gallery & Custom Framing.
This and other items will be up for grabs during the event's LIVE auction!