The Homeplace, 15 mi. s. on Woodland Trace National Scenic Byway from jct. US 68/SR 80, re-creates the lifestyle and farming practices of a mid-1800s family living between the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers. Interpreters dressed in period clothing talk with guests and perform daily activities. Buildings include 16 restored log structures, some relocated from the surrounding area. The interpretive center has an audiovisual presentation and exhibits about farm life. Special events, programs and festivals are held throughout the season.