Visit Pulaski TN – Cut and Run to Highway 31

Looking for some delicious Tennessee barbeque or just want to hear that long southern draw? Pulaski TN is the perfect place to experience Southern hospitality while indulging in fine cuisine and seeing your family blissfully lose themselves in this precious time known as vacation. Take the time to cut and run to Highway 31, the South’s Mother Road. Smell the whiskey, taste the grapes, hear the music, and see the beauty of Giles County’s countryside.

History: Towering above the city of Pulaski stands the sublime Giles County Courthouse. After burning down in the past, the Giles County Courthouse was rebuilt to its current grandeur. Grand staircases and massive columns that seemingly lead to the sky, and are topped with intricate designs, welcome potential visitors. Inside, marble covers the floor and adorns the walls; most of the Giles County Courthouse is made [...]

  • May 20, 2019
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Lewis County Tennessee – Chart Your Journey!

Lewis County Tennessee has always been a destination for seekers and explorers. Early explores and settlers traveled through the lands that became Lewis County on the historic Natchez Trace, including Meriwether Lewis for whom the county is named. In the 1700’s and 1800’s, many early travelers on this route of southern and westward settlement decided to stay and claim their place in the county’s rich bottomlands and hardwood forests located along pristine streams. Prior to their arrival, the Cherokees called this rich and abundant area home.

The next group to come were the Swiss who settled the New Switzerland Historic Township in 1895. Their new community was platted in perfect squares with wide streets in keeping with Swiss traditions. Settlers from Germany also arrived during this period and organized Hohenwald – The City of High Forests. In 1897 the towns merged. Hohenwald became the [...]

Welcome to Wayne County, TN

Blessed with numerous natural and cultural resources, Wayne County, TN proudly maintains its essentially rural character. Located at the junction of the Western Highland Rim and the Tennessee River Valley, it is largely forested area with highlands separating the Buffalo and Tennessee River watersheds and numerous other hills and ridges; flat lands are largely confined to the river valleys and the southern sections.

The three incorporated towns (Clifton, Collinwood and Waynesboro) have unique character differences distinguishing themselves from the others. Fortunately, the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting all three communities and the county as a whole. For more information about our area, please go to www.waynecountychamber.org

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Fayetteville Lincoln County Tennessee
Accommodations and Tourist Attractions

Fayetteville Lincoln County is conveniently located in southern middle Tennessee between Interstate 65 and Interstate 24. Downtown Fayetteville, the county seat boasts many irresistible antique and gifts shops as well as an art gallery, boutiques, old fashioned movie theater, both casual and fine dining. You can even dine in a jail cell!

Home of the Famous Slawburger… This slaw is so unique we had to have a street festival to celebrate it! Held the third Saturday in April, attendees can enter the sanctioned Slawburger Eating Contest, enjoy live music throughout the day as well and Street Food, Shopping and More! Join us for a slawburger and experience it for yourself!

The county is rich in both Frontier and Civil War History Lincoln County and is the home of numerous historical landmarks such as the Old Stone Bridge, which stood for 108 [...]

Don’t Just Travel Tennessee –
Experience Tennessee

Tennessee Whiskey – From distilleries to river getaways, South Central Tennessee delights tourists of all ages and interests. Get a deeper glimpse into Tennessee’s history by visiting Tennessee distilleries.

Lynchburg The story of Jack Daniel Distillery goes back to the nineteenth century, when the distillery was established and Jasper Newton Daniel, known as Jack Daniel, introduced the world to Old No. 7. Learn how Jack perfected the art of whiskey making and sample Jack Daniel products at the distillery.

Lynchburg is also home to American Distillers of Lynchburg, where you’ll discover whiskey, moonshine, rum and vodka, and stories about the “good old days.”

Shelbyville Nearest Green Distillery invites you to experience history and have a taste of award-winning whiskey, inspired by “the best whiskey-maker the world never knew,” the first African American master distiller on record in [...]

Experience Maury County in Middle Tennessee

As you travel through Middle Tennessee, you will discover the southern charm of Maury County. The area is known for its antebellum homes and the ancestral home of our eleventh President James K. Polk.

History awaits you. There is so much more to experience in Maury County. In Columbia’s historic square, you will find Pie Sensations, a bakery that creates delicious pies that they are known for, along with whoopee pies, fudge and cookies. Also on the square is Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant – famous for its southern down-home cooking. Live entertainment is offered to make your dining experience even more enjoyable at eateries like Square Market Café and Southern Tre!

Great food and music await you. Maury County offers unique and interesting shopping such as the Duck River Books and Bleu 32 Vintage Place. The newly launched Maury County Antique Trail boasts [...]

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