African-American Cultural & Community Development Center
230 N. Leona St., Pennington Gap
(276) 546-5144 or (276) 546-1981
1939 one-room school for African-American children; tapes, pictures, and
Call for an appointment.
Route 58 west to Route 724 at
Ewing, eight mile hike to settlement, Ewing 24248
Restored early-1900s farm settlement on Cumberland Mountain; hiking and
County Chamber of Commerce
Church and Main St., Suite 206,
Open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm.
Main St., Jonesville 24263
Open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm; Sat, 8:30am-12pm.
County Historical Society
P.O. Box 231, Jonesville 24263
Local history and preservation.
County Public Library
Joslyn Ave., Pennington Gap 24277
Open Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, 9am-5pm; Tues, 12-8pm; Thurs, 12-8pm; Sun, 2-5pm.
Hollow Log School Museum
Lee County High School, Jonesville
1858 log school.
Road State Park
Route 2, Box 115, Route 58 West,
Visitor Center has museum and theater with 18 minute film "Birth of a
Nation" depicting the settlers move westward through the Cumberland Gap in
the late eighteenth century. An authentic, reconstructed frontier fort,
Martin's Station, is on site. Renactors portray living history
(seasonal). Picnic shelters and the "Wilderness Road Trail", a 10 mile
linear trail that connects to the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.
Route 698, c/o Lee County Chamber
of Commerce, P.O. Box 417, Pennington Gap 24248
Gristmill built in 1890.