Things To Do
You enjoy an afternoon of antiquing in quaint country shops or touring where history was made. Others in your group want to brave the rollercoaster at the fair, go horseback riding on a woodsy trail, hiking, boating or fishing. Better book a few extra nights here in Wilson County. You’ll want to take it all in!
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To book your group for a Wilson County Things To Do Tour contact Terri Merryman or call 1-800-789-1327.
Things To Do
Wilson County History
Wilson County was established October 26, 1799. The county is named for Major David Wilson, a Revolutionary War hero. In 1802, a commission of five men decided the county seat should be built by an unnamed creek near virgin cedar trees. They decided to name the city Lebanon, after the biblical land of cedars.Read more ...
Wilson County Fair
Tennessee’s largest fair, the Wilson County Fair, features rides and games, exhibits, delicious food, contests, Demolition Derby, Tractor and Truck pulls, lawn mower racing and various fun events.Read more ...
Kid Friendly Activities
It's a perfect time to plan a family getaway to Wilson County! From parks to sports centers and excursion trains, fun awaits the whole family.Read more ...
Fiddlers Grove Historic Village
See what life was like in the 1800's in Wilson County at Fiddlers Grove Historic Village. You may never want to leave!
945 Baddour Pkwy.
Take a step back in time and enjoy a day in Watertown. The historic Town Square serves as a backdrop to shops, eateries and plays host to several events during the year.Read more ...
Long Hunter State Park
Long Hunter park rangers release there schedule of events annually. The schedule features topics such as birds, mammals, wildflowers, edible plants, frogs, and trees; and also, a wide variety of nature hikes and canoe floats. All programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are needed, except for the canoe floats.Read more ...
Titans Game-Day Express
Why battle traffic on game days when you can park for free in a convenient location and ride the Music City Star commuter train to Titans home games??Read more ...