641 South Cumberland St
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-7020
Fax: (615) 443-4185
Cumberland University is an important landmark and a private university in Lebanon. Established in 1842, the university has been providing educational, athletic and social development of its students.
Tucked away in the James E. Ward Agricultural Center, Fiddlers Grove Historic Village is a site where Lebanon's history is preserved. The village gives an insight into the Wilson County's history by displaying exhibitions of buildings and artifacts.
Wynnewood State Historic Area or Castalian Springs includes what is probably Tennessee‘s biggest log construction that is still in existence. Built in 1828, the building was formerly a stagecoach inn. Designated as National Historic Landmark, it is also listed under the National Register of Historical Places.
The Rose Mont stands stern in the Gallatin vicinity of Sumner County, Tennessee. It was constructed in 1842 by renowned Judge Joseph Conn Guild. It finely exemplifies the Greek Revival and Palladian style of architecture. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it is open to visitors and can also be hired for private events.
This serene 42 mile long, 14,000 acre lake was created thanks to the J. Percy Priest Dam, completed in 1968. A convenient 15 minute drive from downtown Nashville makes this lake popular among outdoor enthusiasts. The vast array of recreational activities include boating, fishing, swimming, camping, hiking, biking, horse back riding and much, much more. With marinas located around the lake, boaters will find easy access to the water.
Cool down at Nashville's hottest water theme park. Ride the 700-foot Tennessee Twisters water slide. Enjoy three pools, miniature golf, boat and jet ski rentals, picnic areas, and sandy beaches. Season passes and group rates available. Extra fees for some activities like miniature golf, boat rentals and camping.
Glimpse back to antebellum America and the life of the seventh president, Andrew Jackson, by visiting the home he built in 1835. While living at the Hermitage, Jackson ran a general store, tavern and thoroughbred horse racing tracks nearby, which eventually inspired him to cease his work on the Supreme Court to focus of the Hermitage and its nearby enterprises. This classic Greek Revival mansion retains Jackson's original architecture and furnishings. Visitors view a biographical film and museum exhibits then tour the mansion and grounds, which include original 1804 slave cabins, Jackson's tomb, Tulip Grove Mansion, Old Hermitage Church, and Tennessee Confederate Soldier Cemetery. Also worth checking is the vast plantation site at The Hermitage.
Hoppity Hop is an indoor inflatable play area in the greater Nashville area. Located in the same location that once housed Kids Party Jump, Hoppity Hop serves the Goodlettsville and Hendersonville communities with a fun-filled and safe environment for indoor play. With rental options, party plans and free-play hours, parents can find a number of ways to keep their little ones happy throughout the week. Unlike many locations, Hoppity Hop alternates which inflatables are in-use in their facility to keep children of all ages entertained time after time. -Lynn-nore Chittom
This residence still speaks to the fortune and life of David McGavock, a prominent Nashvillian of the mid 19th century. Roman-style marble columns, high ceilings and frescoed walls provide an opulent setting for the fine art displayed inside. It may be rented for private engagements, parties and weddings year round.
The Wat Lao Buddhist Temple adds a touch of diversity to the cultural landscape of Murfreesboro in Tennessee. Enveloped in an aura of peace and serenity, the temple is a fine place to meditate and restore inner balance. The monks follow and preach the teachings of Theravada Buddhism and offer traditional worship services, Lao language lessons and festive celebrations. The temple itself is work of art, and an embodiment of everything the religion stands for.
One way to spend a fun and relaxing evening in Cincinnati would be to cruise across the Ohio river on the General Jackson Riverboat. The cruise is scheduled with variety of theater shows and dinner events for you and your family, which could be a highlight of your stay in this city. Besides, the riverboat can also be hired to host variety of family and cultural events.
When the world famous Ryman Auditorium closed its doors to country music performances, a section of the stage was removed and installed here, at the new home of the Grand Ole Opry. Country music artists, past and present, consider performing on this stage the highest of honors, and all the greats have. The 45,000 square foot building seats 4,400 people. It is host to The Country Music Association Awards, various concerts, conventions and business conferences.