Upcoming Events

"Polk's America" Lecture Series

Dr. Amy S. Greenberg, a nationally recognized scholar of 19th century American history, will discuss her new book LADY FIRST: THE WORLD OF FIRST LADY SARAH POLK at 7 p.m. at Polk Presidential Hall. She will sign copies afterward.

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Upcoming Exhibits

For more information on upcoming events or exhibits, please call (931) 388-2354.

See the Largest Collection of Polk Artifacts in the Country

Guests to the James K. Polk Home and Museum will enjoy a 30-minute docent-guided tour of the main house and a self-guided tour of the Polk Sisters’ House, gardens, kitchen building, and Polk Presidential Hall.
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Petition for the Relocation of Polk’s Tomb

In response to a grassroots campaign and recommendations from Polk family members, the James K. Polk Memorial Association is studying the feasibility of moving the tomb and remains of President and Mrs. Polk from Nashville to the Polk Home’s grounds in Columbia. Click here to see our petition to the Tennessee Historical Commission.

Art at the Polk

Public Invited to Participate in “Art at the Polk”

The President James K. Polk Home invites artists of all ages to submit entries to "Art at the Polk," an exhibition of visual art inspired by the Polk Home, its collections, or the lives of James and Sarah Polk. The entries must be delivered here by January 28.

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Current Exhibit

Please call (931) 388-2354 for information regarding Polk Presidential Hall exhibits.


Location

The James K. Polk Home and Museum is located at 301 W. 7th Street in downtown Columbia, TN.

Free parking is available in the lot across 7th Street or along High Street on the east side of the main house.

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