Candoro Marble contains a museum in what used to be the main showroom and office of Candoro Marble Company. The building is located next to its former on-site marble processing facility. The museum includes samples of marble leftover from the highly successful marble industry that once prospered in the East Tennessee.
The Candoro Marble Company building was designed by the famous architect Charles Barber in the architectural style known as Beaux Arts. From the 1920s through the 1970s, Candoro Marble Company served as one of the largest marble processors in the United States.