Amis Mill Eatery

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  • Historical Park

    The Thomas Amis Historical Park is located on Big Creek here in beautiful Rogersville, Tennessee. Load up the family and come visit.

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  • Capt Thomas Amis

    A Revolutionary War Hero, Capt Thomas Amis was a man of substance, in a time of great change. Take the historical tour!

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    Safely shop for Amis historical Silver Coins, Gift Cards, Postcards, T-Shirts, Sweat Shirts and more. Flat Rate Shipping $4.95! Shop Online Today!

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Thomas Amis Historical Site Est. 1780.

Recent Posts

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    Four Year Old Brody

    Four year old Brody enjoyed his July 3rd trip to Amis Mill to see Tess, our mascot, and pose for a pic with Capt. Thomas Amis’ headstone.  Thanks for a great picture and letting us share it!

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    Speedy Recovery for Jake

    As Jake recuperates from knee surgery, he spends downtime with some extra bible study and sharing his lap with a companion.  We wish you a speedy recovery Jake!

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    Christian Garden Arbor

    Thanks to Billy’s handiwork, we have a new arbor entrance to the Christian Garden at Amis Mill.

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    Corn Crop Devastated

    The weekend storm wreaked havoc on the corn crop in the Amis Garden. The wide-spread devastation took out most of it as you can see in the pictures.

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    Light Foggy Mist over Amis

    The warm temperatures and recent rain created a light foggy mist on this Amis morning in Rogersville, TN.  Fog rises from the hills in the distance.  The flowers and garden soak in the moisture and soft sunshine.  What a gorgeous site!  

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  • Dinner

    Fresh Cucumber Time

    You just can’t beat fresh cucumbers and tomatoes fresh picked from the garden…

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    Rushing Waters at Big Creek Dam

    The recent heavy rain has swollen Big Creek with waters crashing over the Amis Dam.  Over the years, the force of the water after torrential rains caused damage to the structure.  Engineers assessed the dam and estimate repairs up in the 6 figure range.

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    Old Stage Sign

    We have a new sign for visitors wanting to visit the Old Stage Road at the Historic Thomas Amis Site.  The road ends atop the hill where the, once, Thomas Amis Inn received weary travelers in need of a good meal and lodging.

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Thursday - Saturday 11am - 9pm
Sunday 11am - 7pm

127 W Bear Hollow Rd
Rogersville, TN
(423) 272-7040

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