Bell Buckle

Bluebird Antiques &
Ice Cream Parlor

15 Webb Rd East
Bell Buckle, 37020

A turn of the century country store with original soda bar. Filled with primitives, architectural and garden items. Locally made food products and hand-dipped ice cream all nestled around a pot belly stove. Come for a visit and learn about the Bluebird Ice Cream Parlor building!

Phillips General
Store & Antiques

4 Railroad Square
Bell Buckle, 37020
A variety of country painted primitives, architectural items, country store, garden accessories, Americana folk art, children’s things, holiday collectibles, textiles, tin ware, baskets and pottery. If you love “stuff” this is the place for you!


Antiques, Art, & Collectibles
123 Public Sqaure South
Shelbyville, 37160
A step through the doors carries you back in time to shop for one of a kind items located in over 17,000 square feet of space. Items are an eclectic blend of antiques, vintage items, home décor, art, primitive and fashion. One of Shelbyville’s most unique shopping destinations...the Antiques, Art & Collectibles Mall!
Bedford County Arts Council
Fly Arts Center
204 S Main St
Shelbyville, 37160
A registered, non-profit, volunteer organization devoted to preserving and promoting the arts and cultural diversity within the community. Live theatre plays are held throughout the year. Various art classes are scheduled monthly. Don’t miss a visit to the arts and crafts gift shop showcasing the work of area artisans.

Bedford County Fair
2119 Midland Rd (Off Hwy 231)
Shelbyville, 37160

A non-profit organization that supports the agriculture areas throughout the county. This annual fair features animal shows, exhibitions, entertainment, antique tractors and much more. This event has been held for many years around the end of July/early August time period each year.


Bridlewood Farm
140 Hwy 82 East
Shelbyville-Bell Buckle, 37020
931-389-9388, 931-703-9388, or 931-200-1923

Bridlewood Farm is known as one of the most beautiful and prestigious horse farms in Tennessee. The farm is home to famous Tennessee Walking Horses. They are known for their unique, smooth, gliding gait that makes them “The World’s Greatest Show and Pleasure Horses.” The farm has been home to many World Grand Champions and has been the location for filming of music videos, commercials, and is regularly featured in many local and Tennessee state tourism brochures, functions and tours. Bridlewood Farm offers group tours by appointment and also has camping facilities available. Come visit a working Tennessee Walking Horse Farm. IT’S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE!
Capri Theatre
201 Depot St
Shelbyville, 37160
Seeing a movie at the Capri Theatre is a royal treat. This theatre is a deco delight, with many of the original amenities. The theatre’s fantastic marquee puts on its own show beginning each evening at sunset. The balcony auditorium is equipped with stadium seating and the main auditorium features plush rocking chairs. The theatre also offers outstanding concession treats.
Clearview Horse Farm,
Ranch and Lodging

2291 Hwy 231 S
Shelbyville, 37160
Come and visit this beautiful all breed working horse farm. Five horse-themed guest rooms are available for overnight lodging. Horseback riding, pets welcome, RV hookups, fishing and buggy rides are offered. Facilities include a professional indoor show arena, 110 stalls, floodlit outdoor arena and ample parking for RVs and trailers. Enjoy the new outdoor extreme trail course. The perfect setting for any type of show. Visit the website to learn about the many events held throughout the year. Farm tours available. Venue is available for large groups.
The Shops at Main and McGrew
100 S Main St
Shelbyville, 37160
Located in the old historic post office building, this shop offers antiques, collectables, crystals, fossils, pop culture items, local artisan works, fine home furnishings, photography, records and other related items.


Festive Plates Gift Shoppe
25 Main Street East
Wartrace, 37183

Gift shoppe carrying handmade merchandise – some made by the owner (Gail), other handmade items made by local crafters and artisans. This shop is for people who want something unique and different for themselves or a gift i.e. blown glass, handmade jewelry or items made by a master wood turner.

Gallagher Guitar Company
P. O. Box 128
Wartrace, 37183

Located in downtown Wartrace for 45 years, Gallagher Guitar Company has connected this sleepy Southern town to the wider world. The small family operation fashions exquisite handmade guitars from various exotic woods with touches of shining bits of coral, seashell and abalone pearl from distant seas. Many well known entertainers play a Gallagher guitar. And, the latest creation - this company is making custom ukuleles. Please call ahead before driving long distances - an appointment is recommended.

  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 each day you can get up close and personal in watching a train go by. With advanced arrangements, step-on guide services can be arranged.


Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum
27 Main St
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. Group tours are welcome with advance reservations.
Tennessee Walking Horse Trail
In 1935, seven local horse trainers and breeders gathered to create the first walking horse association. This trail weaves through Southern Middle Tennessee featuring the burial place of “Strolling Jim” - the first World Grand Champion of The Celebration (buried on the grounds of the Walking Horse Hotel - Wartrace). Several trail events are held throughout the year.
The Dixie Flyer
98 East Main St
Wartrace, 37183
A hotspot for trains big and small located next to the CSX railroad mainline and featuring operating HO, N and Lionel O gauge electric trains, accessories, railroadiana, artwork, books, toys, and much more. Covered train viewing deck, picnic table, and a staff of helpful modelers and rail fans at your service. Open Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 1p.m. - 5 p.m.

(near Shelbyville)



Miller’s Grocery A Country Café
7011 Main St
Christiana, 37037
Known for outstanding food featuring chicken, catfish, bbq ribs and outstanding vegetables and salads. Featuring down-home cooking and fabulous desserts in an atmospheric old country store. Live music on weekends. Catering available. Open for lunch and dinner. Closed on Monday. Check website for specific times.

Neighbors (Nashville Area)



Allstar Fence and Deck
112 Zoe Ct
Murfreesboro, 37129
(615) 635-8040
Fences of all kinds - farm, privacy, aluminum, picket, etc.; decks and other outdoor structures - pergolas, screened in rooms, patio covers. Visit the website for photos and more detailed information or email


Portraits by Darlene Shadden
Nashville, TN 37221

This portrait artist has received various local and national awards. Available for commission work, special events - if you are lucky you can watch her “in action” at select festivals and area events. This artist is available for conducting workshops for aspiring artists. Her art work is featured in The Urban Plantation Restaurant located on Hwy 231 in Shelbyville. Call for an appointment or to learn more about her services.

Neighbors (Heading West -Toward Memphis)



Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum,
Farm and Jewelry Showroom
(Located at Birdsong Resort & Marina)
255 Marina Rd
Camden, 38320

Witness a remarkable iridescent product of nature as it emerges from the indigenous Washboard mussel. Tennessee’s Official State Gem – the freshwater pearl – is rarely found naturally from these living animals, but grown at the only freshwater pearl-culturing farm operation in the North American continent. The organic gem stone-culturing operation is nestled in the pristine embayment of Birdsong Creek — just off the scenic Tennessee River’s beautiful Kentucky Lake — in Camden, West Tennessee, 9 miles north of Interstate 40 at Exit 133/Birdsong Exit. The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum, Farm, Tour and Jewelry Showroom is located at Birdsong Resort and Marina. Tour packages available. For more information, email


Foothills Crafts
418 Woodbury Hwy (I-24, Exit 110)
Manchester, 37355

Non-profit craft association dedicated to quality Tennessee craft works. Juried craftsmen are qualified in using wood, clay, metal and fiber. Foothills Crafts is part of the Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail and the Southern Middle Tennessee RC & D Quilt Trail. Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Christmas Festival is 2nd weekend in November at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center - I-24, exit 114.


Madeline’s Antiques & Uniques
6107 Murfreesboro Hwy
(Exit 105 off I-24)
Manchester, 37355
931-723-8013, 931-312-0928

This antique shop has over 40 dealers in 8,000 square feet of space. Step back in time and see selections of quality antiques, furniture, glassware, pottery and more. Selections offered include Roseville, McCoy, Victorian period items, dolls, vintage jewelry and various outdoor garden decor. We buy old stuff! Open 7 days a week!

Manchester Arts Center
128 E Main Street
Manchester, 37355

The Arts Center is located in a 16,000 sq. ft. building that features a state of the art theatre and a spacious lobby with an area to be used for art exhibits. The Millennium Repertory Company presents many theatrical productions throughout the year. Call or visit the website for specific dates and times of events. A great place to see live productions!

Millennium Repertory Company
Manchester Arts Center
128 E Main St
Manchester, 37355
This community theatre organization resides at the Manchester Arts Center. As a non-profit organization, every production that you experience is created, designed, directed, administered, supported, built, struck, painted, managed and performed by dedicated volunteers of all ages, talents and skills. Plays in the past have included To Kill a Mockingbird, Pride and Prejudice, Bye Bye Birdie, Disney’s Aladdin just to name a few. During the fall season “The Ultimate Oldies Show” featuring music of the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s is always a popular event and generally sold out. Community theatre at its best!

Old Stone Fort State Park
Archaeological Park

732 Stone Fort Dr
Manchester, 37355

On U.S. Hwy 41, 1½ miles off I-24. The Old Stone Fort is an earth and stone enclosure, built as a sacred site by Woodland Native Americans almost 2,000 years ago. The picturesque waterfalls of both forks of the Duck River also attracted 19th Century industries, the ruins of which are still visible. Amenities include 51 RV campsites.


Neighbors (Heading East)

Cumberland Caverns
1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd
McMinnville, 37110

Cumberland Caverns is Tennessee’s largest show cave. The caverns display some of the largest underground rooms in Eastern America. Cumberland Caverns offers educational tours, overnight spelunking trips, adventure trips, group tours and banquets throughout the year. Daily tours year round. Also, enjoy the monthly Bluegrass Underground concert series in the Caverns.


Neighbors (Nashville Area)

Greenfinch Floral Design
1108 Division St
Nashville, 37203

Providing personal and unique floral design for weddings and special occasions. Specializing in details that make each event personal and one of a kind. From warm and intimate, natural and green, funky eclectic, or vintage our mission is bringing personal style to life for the event of a lifetime.



Beechcraft Heritage Museum
570 Old Shelbyville Hwy
Tullahoma, 37388
A world class aviation museum with over 60,000 square feet of 35 vintage aircraft ranging from 1924 to 1994, along with distinguished artifacts of the Beechcraft lineage. Hours of operation, Tuesday - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (CST). Closed December - February. Special appointment inquiries please email
BluBearz N Friends Arts N Crafts Mall and Family Center
112 South Collins St
Tullahoma, 37388
BluBearz N Friends Arts N Crafts Mall and Family Center is a loving and caring paradise for the whole family to enjoy. Booths are offered and showcases skilled artists and crafters to display and sell their beautiful creations. BluBearz N Friends offers classes all year long for your family. Some of these classes include: sewing, beginners and advanced, cooking, baking, mixed media, machine quilting, oil painting, miniature projects, soldering and welding crafts. The magical fairyland with a waterfall will surely bring a smile to everyone that visits BluBearz N Friends. The wonderful murals painted throughout the building were painted by two local teenagers. A lounging area with an electric fireplace is available for guests to rest and enjoy a cup of coffee. Free Wi-Fi available. Remember to like and follow our Facebook page for current events.
George Dickel Distillery
1950 Cascade Hollow Rd
Tullahoma, 37388
Tour the distillery and discover George Dickel’s award-winning whisky and its time honored traditions. The Visitors Center is filled with antiques and special memories. Visit the general store located in picturesque Cascade Hollow. Tours available Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. except major holidays. Last tour starts at 3:30 p.m.
Hands On Science Center
101 Mitchell Blvd
Tullahoma, 37388
This attraction serves as a hybrid of three things - a museum, a visitor attraction and an education-based center. Various demonstrations and workshops are offered. The center caters to children, teachers and people of all ages. Come visit the science center, ask questions, discuss and explore. Facility available for special parties and events with advanced reservations. Open Tuesday - Sunday; closed on Monday.
  Historic Preservation Society of Tullahoma
P O Box 21
Tullahoma, 37388
The Historic Preservation Society of Tullahoma fosters and encourages appreciation and preservation of the history and culture of the Tullahoma area. The Society meets the fourth Tuesday of every other month beginning in February with the exception of December when it co-sponsors the Old Towne
Christmas Stroll in Tullahoma.
Merchants at Cokers
401 Wilson Ave
Tullahoma, 37388
The shops at Cokers are housed in the historic Coca-Cola Bottling Works building and serves as a leading boutique shopping location in the Southern Middle Tennessee area. Cokers features home décor items, clothing, jewelry, gifts, handcrafted products, candles and Tennessee made products. Special shopping for unique items!
Northgate Mall
1600 N Jackson St
Tullahoma, 37388
The area’s only enclosed mall featuring specialty stores and anchor stores: Burke’s Outlet, JCPenney, Harbor Freight, Jo-Ann Fabrics and Woodard’s Diamonds and Design. Many special events are held at the mall throughout the year.

Short Springs State Natural Area
Off Hwy 55
Tullahoma, 37388
931-455-2648, 931-455-5497,

Located three miles west on Country Club Dr off Hwy 55. A 420-acre preserve that features waterfalls and walking trails. Short Springs is one of the very best Spring wildflower locations in the state showcasing Virginia bluebells, jack-in-the-pulpit, larkspur, and Dutchman’s breeches. Call for information on the annual Wildflower Walk.
South Jackson Civic Center & Mitchell Museum
404 S Jackson St
Tullahoma, 37388
South Jackson and the Museum facility showcase the local history of Tullahoma and its heritage and military correlation. This facility operates as a performing arts venue for local theatre and regional concert attractions. The facility is housed in the 1886 original school structure. The Museum is free to the public and opens prior to productions or by appointment. Facility is available for rental for special events.

Tullahoma Art Center
401 S Jackson St
Tullahoma, 37388

This art center promotes the art in the region. Craft shop and gallery with educational classes are offered.

Tullahoma Campaign
P. O. Box 52
Tullahoma, 37388

Come drive the Civil War self-driving tour that weaves you through the Southern Middle Tennessee area showcasing important events that happened in 1863. Kiosks display detailed information and are located throughout the area. Please call to receive a guide for the Tullahoma Campaign. For more information about the Tullahoma Campaign book please email
Tullahoma Confederate Cemetery and Maplewood Cemetery
Maplewood Ave (off Hwy 41-A)
Tullahoma, 37388
This cemetery was once the home to over 400 unknown Confederate soldiers in unmarked graves. Now there is a marker listing the names of many of these once-forgotten soldiers.


Falls Mill
134 Falls Mill Rd
Belvidere, 37306

Nestled in a lush green cove along the banks of beautiful Factory Creek stands historic Falls Mill. Built in 1873 as a cotton and woolen factory, the mill was later converted for use as a cotton gin, then as a wood working shop and grist mill. Today the mill houses the Museum of Power and Industry, Inc. and the 32 foot waterwheel still powers machinery on four levels of the building. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mill is open to the public for tours each day except Wednesdays. Various products can be purchased during open hours. Mail order services available. Overnight lodging in a log cabin bed and breakfast is available on the property.

Swiss Pantry
10026 David Crockett Pkwy W
Belvidere, 37306

Swiss Pantry is a unique country store offering a great selection of homemade baked goods such as sour dough bread, cowboy cookies, cinnamon rolls, fried pies and more. They also carry deli meats and cheese and bulk foods. Soups and sandwiches are available for lunch and all day long. Swiss Pantry has a reputation for having the best fruit cakes available during the holidays.


Cowan Railroad Museum
108 Front St
Cowan, 37318

The Cowan Railroad Museum represents the railroad that has been an integral part of the city since 1849 when construction began on boring a railroad tunnel through the mountain two miles southeast of town. The museum features relics and static displays representing the railroad and the coal mining, timber and other important industries that operated in the area. The museum grounds feature two historic locomotives, three pieces of rolling stock (including a wooden bay window caboose), and two railroad motorcars. The museum is open May through October. Other times can be arranged. Check website or call for specific times. Admission is free with donations gladly accepted.


Estill Springs

Montana Drive-In
10251 Tullahoma Hwy
Estill Springs, 37330
The Montana Drive-In opened in 2004 with the purpose of offering a new kind of nostalgic entertainment for the family - outdoor movies with expanded concessions. You will enjoy watching a movie under the stars at the three-screen drive in in Estill Springs.


Kiwanis Club of
Franklin County

P. O. Box 461
Winchester, 37398

This organization serves as the host to the “High on the Hog” BBQ Festival which is a sanctioned competition and held annually. Also, during the summer season, you can enjoy several weekend festivals known as “Music by the Lake.” These are activities in the area that you will not want to miss! A fun time at every event.
Old Jail Museum
400 Dinah Shore Blvd
Winchester, 37398
Located approximately 2 blocks from the Winchester Town Square. One of Winchester’s oldest buildings that dates back to 1897. This facility functioned as a working jail for 75 years housing prisoners as well as serving as the home of elected sheriffs and their families. In 1973 the facility opened as the Old Jail Museum. All of the jail cells remain intact. Call for schedule.
Oldham Theatre
115 1st Ave NE
Winchester, 37398
The smell of fresh popcorn will draw you into this historic theatre with two screens. Renovations have preserved the venue’s vintage look. See a first run movie in the grandeur of the 1950s.


Tims Ford State Park
570 Tims Ford Dr
Winchester, 37398

Off of State Hwy 50, located on the Tims Ford Reservoir in the rolling hills of Southern Middle Tennessee, is an outstanding recreational area and fishing paradise. The park features a challenging 18-hole Jack Nicholas designed Bear Trace signature golf course.



Hooked on Quilting
8 Elkton Pk
Fayetteville, 37334

Hooked on Quilting is located just two miles west of the Fayetteville town square off of Hwy 64 West in a lovely antebellum home. Selection includes first quality, 100% cotton fabrics for quilt making, garment construction or home decorating. French laces and fabric for heirloom sewing are also available. An extensive selection of patterns and books are ready and waiting for your next project. Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.



Prichard’s Distillery
11 Kelso Smithland Rd
Kelso, 37348
Since 1997 Prichard’s Distillery has been hand crafting award winning rums, whiskeys and liqueurs. Prichard’s Distillery continues to produce the finest quality of product through fermentation, distilling, aging, blending and bottling. All of our products are completely under the direct supervision of our master distiller, Phil Prichard. Tours and tastings are free. Be sure to stop in between the hours of 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday, closed on Sunday.



Chapel Hill

Henry Horton State Park
4358 Nashville Hwy
Chapel Hill, 37034

Located along on the shores of the Duck River, this park has become known among sportsmen for its award-winning trap and skeet range featuring four trap and five combination skeet/trap fields. During the summer months enjoy the Olympic-sized pool. Enjoy picnics or a canoe trip down the easy-flowing Duck River. A perfect setting for corporate retreats or family reunions with conference facilities accommodating up to 160 people.


Lions Club “Super Pull of the South”
310 N Horton Hwy
P. O. Box 98
Chapel Hill, 37034

Come and enjoy the excitement that never stops as these horsepower monsters roar down the track, chasing the share of over $100,000 in prize money and bragging rights for a year as the “Chapel Hill Champ.” This event has been voted “Pull of the Year” for 8 times by the National Tractor Pullers Association. Advanced purchase of tickets is suggested.


Nathan Bedford Forrest Boyhood Home and
Southern Heritage Festival

4435 Pyles Rd
Chapel Hill, 37034
800-380-1896, 615-833-8977

The boyhood home of the great Confederate cavalry general, Nathan Bedford Forrest, is located on land that was originally a Revolutionary War land grant. The site includes the original two story 1820’s cedar cabin and barn plus 57 acres of woods and farmland. In 1997, the Sons of Confederate Veterans acquired the property and began the restoration and maintenance of this historic site. At this time the home is not open on a daily basis; tours are available by calling for advance reservations. This is also the site of the annual Southern Heritage Festival held the 3rd Saturday in June.



Battle of Farmington Civil War Site
2236 Hwy 64
Lewisburg, 37091

A down-home café serving some of the best Southern food around. A daily buffet is served with meats, vegetables, and various side and desserts. The fried chicken is definitely a must try along with the homemade desserts. Opens at 6 a.m. and serves lunch until 2 p.m. On Friday and Saturday nights they feature fried catfish and steak specials. A great place to eat and very reasonable.

Lewisburg Garden Center and Outdoor Power
980 5th Avenue N
Lewisburg, 37091
The garden center carries seasonal flowers, shrubs, trees, mulch, etc. for gardening and landscaping. Lawn mowers, handheld equipment, storage buildings are available to rent or buy. Carports or metal buildings and a refilling station for portable propane cylinders are also offered.


Old Rink Emporium
611 Brents Rd
Lewisburg, 37091
This fun place to shop has been in business for over 15 years after the local skating rink was turned into a place to find consignment pieces and other great finds. The Old Rink Emporium has furniture, linens, gifts, home décor as well as special “dog treats and accessories” for dog lovers. The shop’s inventory changes often and many items offer a special discount each week. Throughout the year many special shopping events are offered to the public. Visit the FB page for more information.
Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association (TWHBEA)
250 N Ellington
Lewisburg, 37091

The TWHBEA, headquartered in Lewisburg, is the oldest and most prestigious organization devoted to the promotion of the breed. Founded in 1935, the breed registry was established to record the pedigrees of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Its goal is to maintain the purity of the breed, to promote greater awareness of the Tennessee Walking Horse and its qualities, to encourage expansion of the breed, and to help assure its general welfare.


Fun Things To Do and See...

(This attraction is located about 30 minutes west of Nashville off of I-40 West or 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Lewisburg area via TN-840 West to Dickson)
Clement Railroad Hotel Museum
100 Frank Clement Place
Dickson, 37055

Housed in the Hotel Halbrook, our "biggest artifact", the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, is located in historic downtown Dickson, Tennessee. After opening in 2009, the museum has played host to thousands of travelers both regionally, nationally and internationally.

The hotel was constructed in 1913 and is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in a small Tennessee town. The Museum features exhibits and programming involving the Civil War, railroading, and local and regional history. The Museum is fortunate to have many artifacts and items that once belonged to Tennessee Governor Frank G. Clement and his family. Museum visitors will see the rooms where the Clements lived while managing the Hotel Halbrook as well as being able to view exhibits featuring Governor Clement's early years, campaigns, and accomplishments.

The Hotel Halbrook is a state-owned historic site and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

For more information visit

Historic Elm Springs
740 Mooresville Pk
Columbia, TN 38401

Located on the grounds of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans Headquarters, Elm Springs is a Greek revival mansion built in 1837 by Maury County's master builder, Nathan Vaught. The name elm Springs comes from the number of springs on the original farm. The house retains its original interior features, including original mantels, the broad main staircase, rear service stairs, pocket doors and other trim. Most of the floors in the house are original, made of poplar. Some of the furniture in the house today is original to the Looney family, such as the rectangular, marble-topped "petticoat table." Reservations are required for group tours; site hosts several special events throughout the year and can be reserved for weddings and other special events. Elm Springs is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. CST to 5 p.m. CST. The home and gift shop are closed Saturday and Sunday.


Milky Way Farm
520 Milky Way Rd
Pulaski, 38478
Milky Way Farm founds it beginning in a nickel candy bar and you have probably had at least one. It was Frank Mars, the founder of Mars Candy, that built this farm back in the early 1930s. The historic Milky Way Farm offers tours, weddings, group luncheons, corporate meetings,festivals and events. Schedule your visit today.

Local legend, Hamper McBee, tells how his Tennessee Moonshine will “Slap You In The Creek.” The Moonshine Exhibit area contains photos, vintage authentic old stills in several sizes and configurations, and a video presentation of Hamper McBee tellin’ you how to make his liker’. T-shirts, mugs, shot glasses, and many other items for sale. Free admission.


Sons of the Confederate Veterans Headquarters
740 Mooresville Pk
Columbia, TN 38401

The Sons of Confederate Veterans focuses on preserving the history and legacy of these heroes so that future generations can understand the motives that animated the Southern Cause. The SCV is the direct heir of the United Confederate Veterans, and the oldest hereditary organization for male descendants of Confederate soldiers. Organized at Richmond, Virginia in 1896, the SCV continues to serve as a historical, patriotic, and non-political organization dedicated to ensuring that a true history of the 1861-1865 period is preserved. A gift shop is located on the grounds with items being available for purchase on the website. A treasure trove of historical books and artifacts.


Louvin Brothers Museum
(Located at Jim Oliver’s Smoke House)
850 W Main St
Monteagle, 37356


A lifetime collection of awards, photos, albums, music, letters, and memorabilia all displayed for viewing at the Smoke House - the Historic Louvin Brothers Museum. The Louvin Brothers popularized close harmony, a genre of country music. Hits included “Cash on the Barrelhead” and “When I Stop Dreaming.” They joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1955. In 2001, the Louvin Brothers were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Free admission.

South Cumberland State Park
11745 US Hwy 41
Monteagle, 37356

This outdoor haven is composed of 21,649 acres in 9 separate units. The Visitors Center complex on Hwy 41 between Monteagle and Tracy City offers interpretive exhibits, maps, picnic and sports facilities, and informative staff to provide detailed information about the entire park. The largest unit, Savage Gulf Natural Area, has 4 entrances and also includes Stone Door
State Park, Greeter Falls, and Collins Gulf.



Diamond Gusset Jeans
183 Main Street (Lynchburg Square)
Lynchburg, 37352

Founded in 1987, the company was committed to develop an entirely new jean concept utilizing a gusset for extra durability and enhanced comfort. Diamond Gusset Jeans are the world’s best fitting American made jeans. The shop is located “on the Historic Lynchburg Square” near the distillery. A second location is located in Bon Aqua, TN, 4 miles south off I-40 west, exit 172.


Dixie Outfitters
219 Main St
Lynchburg, 37352

Complete line of Dixie Outfitters/Dixie girls t-shirt designs, flags, Dixie Outfitter car tags, caps and Southern heritage memorabilia. For more information contact

Jack Daniel Distillery & Visitors Center
Hwy 55
Lynchburg, 37352

The nation’s oldest registered distillery, registered with the federal government in 1866. Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Free tours and free lemonade. Select buildings on site are available for rent for special events.

Jack Daniel’s Barrel Shop
51 Mechanic St (East Side of Square)
Lynchburg, 37352
888-221-5225, 931-759-6370

Located on the town square in Lynchburg the Barrel Shop specializes in unique custom handcrafted “Jack Daniel’s” furniture. Souvenirs that are made from genuine oak aged whiskey barrels can be found for any family member. Stop by and see the complete line of white oak barrels, locally handcrafted bars, barrel planters and much more.

Lynchburg Hardware
and General Store

51 Mechanic St (East Side of Square)
Lynchburg, 37352
888-221-5225, 931-759-6303

Founded in 1912 and located on the town square, this shop is the home of the official Jack Daniel’s gift and novelty shop. World’s largest selection of licensed Jack Daniel’s memorabilia and other exclusive Jack Daniel’s collectibles. Stop by and see us!

Moore County Old Jail Museum
231 Main St (Public Square)
Lynchburg, 37352
931-993-1791, 931-759-4111
In operation in Downtown Lynchburg for almost 100 years and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Housed prisoners and sheriffs from 1893-1990. View authentic cells, handcuffs, guns, vintage clothing. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m., March-Mid-December. Admission charge - children under 16 free.



Tennessee Backroads Heritage
P. O. Box 52, Tullahoma, TN 37388 - 615-613-5627