Past History

Waterfall Hill

It has been one of the most prominent things in the Crossville skyline for some 70 years but, what is known simply as "Water Tank Hill" lost its namesake following a vote by the Crossville City Council in March of 2007...  More...

Palace Theater

The Palace Theatre opened in November of 1938 and played an important part in the lives of many people and the community. It hosted entertainment events that featured Grand Ole Opry stars and was the site for scrap metal drives and the sale of War Bonds during World War II...  More...

The Depot Caboose

Back in the 1997 timeframe, the local Rotary Clubs took on a project to save Crossville’s historic railroad depot. The Rotary clubs, with the city of Crossville’s help made the centerpiece of Crossville’s early years a modern day show place...  More...

The Mural

Crossville's mural is located at the intersection of West 5th Street and Main Street. It was the idea of the Crossville Arts Council. They invited young, internationally recognized muralist Katie Yamasaki to come to Crossville to meet with us and consider this project. Miss Yamasaki was chosen because of her work with High School students, teaching them the basics of mural painting and giving them the opportunity to contribute to something important within their community...  More...