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Trenton Teapot Museum

309 College Street, Trenton City Hall, Trenton, TN 38382
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Very Fun Stop

I visited the TeaPot Museum. Ms. Dent (96 yrs young) told us everything we ever wanted to know... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
Brian6577
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Portland, Indiana
You want believe this!!

The Trenton Teapot collection is great, displayed to see all sides of the porcelain pots. Check... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2016
Dee Dee R
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  • Excellent48%
  • Very good30%
  • Average0%
  • Poor7%
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16 Nov 2016
“Very Fun Stop”
20 Jul 2016
“You want believe this!!”
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309 College Street, Trenton City Hall, Trenton, TN 38382
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Reviewed 16 November 2016

I visited the TeaPot Museum. Ms. Dent (96 yrs young) told us everything we ever wanted to know about them and more. You will NEVER see another collection like this anywhere.

Thank Brian6577
Reviewed 20 July 2016

The Trenton Teapot collection is great, displayed to see all sides of the porcelain pots. Check with the police department if the building is licked!

Thank Dee Dee R
Reviewed 16 July 2016

We travelled an extra couple of hours to see this collection, but couldn't get in because a baby shower was scheduled. We peeked in through the door and saw a few of the teapots in the large glass display cases. This museum is located in...More

Thank Susan B
Reviewed 15 March 2016

I have visited the Trenton Teapot Museum several times and I enjoy it every time I go. It is a great place to take out of town visitors, mostly women, who enjoy antiques.

Thank MimiSp8
Reviewed 10 September 2014

This is the world's largest collection of antique porcelain veilleuses-theieres or night light teapots. All in fantastic condition! We had heard about the Trenton Tea Pot Museum since we moved to Jackson, TN a few years back, so today was the day we decided to...More

2  Thank Retired-fun-travelin
Reviewed 1 July 2014

Located in Trenton, TN about 30 minutes north of Jackson (about a 3 hour drive from Nashville, depending on traffic) this unique free museum was a delight. It's located in the same building as the police and fire department, so the museum is open 7...More

3  Thank ChrissyHny
Reviewed 5 May 2014

I had heard of the Teapot Festival in Trenton, TN for many years and finally had the opportunity to visit. We were there on the Saturday of the Grand Parade. Parade lasted about 2 hours. Had a lot of bands and of course politicians. Some...More

2  Thank RR_Traveler
Reviewed 6 March 2014

Trenton Tennessee is home to the World's Largest Collection of Veilleuses-Theieres. These are rare porcelain antique night-light teapots. Most were collected from Europe and were made between 1750 and 1860. They were the gift of Dr. Frederick C. Freed who grew up in Trenton and...More

3  Thank carol766
Reviewed 20 February 2013

Happened in on this spot while in Trenton and really became fascinated with this collection of teapots from everywhere, everytime and every purpose. If you love china pots, this is for you!

1  Thank Ray D
Reviewed 25 October 2012

The place is not as exciting as it sounds. (Sarcasm) You may love it if you have a fetish for teapots.

Thank Ben W
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