Rowland Barn Museum
The Barn Museum is reconstructed around the original one and half story log crib build in c.1840.  It was acquired from the State of Tennessee, Department of Transportation located on the Rowland Farm on Leeville Pike.  The museum is filled with artifacts that was used on Wilson County farms for many generations.  Most of the farms were self-sufficient so the family had to make or improvise for all their needs.  Some of the items are handmade to fit specific needs on the farm.  The entire collection has been donated for exhibit, with a few exceptions of items that are on permanent loan.  A lot of the rare items are labeled to help you identify the name.  We are still collecting rare and old tools and items from the early period of frontier days.

The barn was dismantled and relocated to Fiddlers Grove in 1993.