Friday, January 15, 2016
Country Music superstar Conway Twitty built his mansion in Hendersonville, TN and then built a tourist attraction on the grounds known as Twitty City. In front of the mansion was a garden where he allowed fans to visit.
Twitty died in 1993 and the property was sold to the Trinity Broadcasting Network who reopened the area as Trinity Music City. They still welcome Twitty fans and offer free tours of the mansion and grounds. Soon after his death, the family placed this plaque on the grounds of his garden.