Tourism

Three Great Cities, One Destination

Home to several country music artists, the acclaimed Wilson County Fair and located just a few short miles east of Nashville. Whether your life moves at a 200 m.p.h. rate or a more relaxed pace of days gone by, join us here for a little Wilson County hospitality. You are invited to come see for yourself why we are proud to be in the heart of Tennessee.

Lebanon is referred to as the Antique City of the South, and is the proud home of Cumberland University which is one of the oldest schools in Tennessee, headquarters to Cracker Barrel, Prime Outlet Mall, Cedars of Lebanon State Park and various multi-cultured museums and historical sites.

Mt. Juliet is a beautiful community nestled between two lakes; Old Hickory and Percy Priest. The city is host to two annual Pow Wow events. The newest addition is Providence Marketplace, one of Middle Tennessee’s largest open-air malls.  

Watertown is the historic city famous for their mile-long yard sale, and annual Jazz Festival. Tennessee Central Railway offers several excursions each year. Stardust Drive-In movie theatre combines the nostalgic era of entertainment from the past with the latest technology of sound and projection.

For more tourism information visit www.visitwilsoncounty.com