Tennessee's Backroads
A Southern Middle Tennessee Journey

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Overnight Accommodations

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham
1207 North Main St
Shelbyville, 37160

This Hotel offers pillow top bedding, a free continental breakfast and Wi-Fi access. Work out any time of day in the 24-hour fitness center and take advantage of ample free parking and laundry facilities. Each over-sized guest room features a 32-inch flat screen TV, or upgrade to a suite, complete with microwave and refrigerator. Handicapped accessible rooms and suites are also available. Located near The Celebration grounds, George Dickel and Jack Daniel’s distlleries and near by towns of Wartrace and Bell Buckle.


Bedford County Government
1 Public Square North, Suite 101
Shelbyville, 37160

City of Shelbyville
201 N Spring St
Shelbyville, 37160
Duck River Electric Membership
Cooperative (DREMC)

P O Box 89
Shelbyville, 37160
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First Community Bank
of Tennessee

207 Elm St
Shelbyville, 37160

Shelbyville, Lynchburg and Murfreesboro. #ThatsMyBank. Since 1988.

Shelbyville-Bedford County
Chamber of Commerce
P O Box 9
Shelbyville, TN 37162

On the National Register of Historic Places, downtown Wartrace and the surrounding residential areas showcase buildings and homes with significant period architecture. The town has several festivals throughout the year and hosts the annual Wartrace MusicFest. The town is rich with Civil War history.

Fun Things to See and Do...

Historic Chockley Tavern
111 Spring St
Wartrace, 37183

Historic Chockley Tavern, ca. 1852 is located in the Wartrace Square National Register Railroad District. This historic inn is on the

Tullahoma Campaign self-driving tour. Located across the street in the railroad park is a Campaign Civil War kiosk, information on Gen. Patrick Cleburne, Hardee Corps Army of TN Memorial and L!N Caboose #1662. Travel brochures, information and rocking chairs await guests on the front veranda. Many times daily you can enjoy a train going by. With advanced arrangements, step-on guide services can be arranged.

Tennessee Walking Horse
National Museum

27 Main St E
P. O. Box 572 (mailing address)
Wartrace, 37183

This museum serves as the permanent home in documenting the rich history of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Wartrace, Tennessee is known as “The Cradle of the Tennessee Walking Horse.” The museum showcases artifacts, documents and photographs which demonstrate the relevance of the breed. This museum allows the public an up close and personal view of these treasures. Call in advance for open times. Group tours are welcome with advance reservations.
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