Halbrook Hotel

Hotel Halbrook Railroad & Local History Museum

Halbrook Hotel in Dickson, Tennessee is a Tennessee state owned historic site, known also as Hotel Halbrook Railroad & Local History Museum. It has previously also been known as Edwards Hotel and as Frank G. Clement Birthplace. Built in 1913, it was designed by R. F. Ridings. It is one of few remaining examples in Tennessee of a rural railroad hotel.

The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

In 2008, the property is under construction, being renovated to serve as a local history museum.

It is located at 100 Clement Place, or 100 Frank G. Clement Place, in Dickson.

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