There's plenty to see and do in Wilson County! Take a look for yourself!
One thing you won't want to miss is Tennessee's largest fair, the Wilson County Fair, featuring rides, games, live music, animal and agricultural exhibits, great food, and contests and competitions for all ages.
Tennessee Central Excursion Trains
Watch Middle Tennessee roll past you aboard one of Tennessee Central Railway Museum's special excursion trains!Read more ...
Fiddlers Grove Historic Village
Try your hand at spinning yarn. Watch the world go by from the front porch of an old country store. Fiddlers Grove allows you to step back in time and see a world almost forgotten. 945 Baddour Pkwy. Lebanon, Tn. Tickets and Tour Info: 615-443-2626
945 Baddour Pkwy.
Visit the original home of “Sandy” Tennessee’s official state artifact. Sandy was carved from siltstone by a Native American artist between approximately 1250 and 1350 AD during the Mississippian period of the state’s prehistory. Venture out on your own or call ahead for a guided tour.
Poplar Hill Road
Historic Lebanon Driving Tour
This tour highlights buildings, sites and areas which are unique to Lebanon and Wilson County. In all there are twenty-eight county wide sites, many listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The tour is available not only in brochure form but also a mobile- device friendly format with extra features. To access the mobile version visit: www.hldrivingtour.info.
The sites along the tour route are identified with a numbered sign. Corresponding numbers are found on the tour map.
Cedars Of Lebanon
Savor a picnic among the rare glades at the largest cedar forest remaining in the nation. Sip hot chocolate by the cabin fireplace or choose from dozens of activities to suit your mood: camping, hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding.
328 Cedar Forest Road
Lebanon, TN 37090
Charlie Daniels Park
Enjoy a tribute to our musical hometown son. Charlie Daniels Park offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages including a one mile walking tract for walkers and runners of all abilities.
1100 Charlie Daniels Parkway
Mt. Juliet, Tn. 37122
This beautiful greenway stretches from the start of the Providence residential area all the way to the Del Webb Lake. More than 120 acres of wide open space and lots of room to get that cramped office cubicle off your mind.
Mt. Juliet, TN
The Roy Bailey African American History Center
The center houses artifacts and information from a variety of sources focusing on key topics important to the life of African American families in Wilson County. The research center includes documents, videos and other resources useful to historians.
115 East Main Street, Suite B,
Stardust Drive In
Pull up the car, tune in the radio for sound, and enjoy the movie the way it was meant to be viewed. This Watertown landmark is a favorite of locals, celebrities and our visitors. See what’s playing now.
310 Purple Tiger Dr.
City Of Lebanon Museum and History Center
Located in the lower level of City Hall at historic Castle Heights, the museum provides a visual tour of the Lebanon’s rich history from prehistoric to modern times. Enjoy the commissioned artwork depicting local history. Admission is free.
200 Castle Heights Ave. North
Tour info: (615) 444-6300
Pickett Chapel Methodist Church
Established in 1866, the creation of the first church for African Americans would become a major factor in the formation of the Lebanon community. Newly refurbished.
In 2007, the committee purchased the historic building on East Market Street that housed Pickett Chapel Methodist Church. After renovation, it will become the site of the Roy Bailey African American History Center and Museum, as well as a resource for the entire community and headquarters of the Wilson County Black History Committee.
Tours and info: (615) 444-9487