Attractions and Activities

Williamson County’s famous neighbor, Nashville-Davidson County, is known as both the “Country Music Capital of the World” and the “Athens of the South”, a duality of character which has created a vibrant community for the entirety of the Middle Tennessee region. Our county is one where you can take in art exhibits, attend lectures or explore history by day and go “honky-tonkin’” at night, feeling equally at home in either activity. The historic downtowns of our cities, towns and villages are home to some of the most interesting shops, bookstores, coffeehouses and fine dining destinations in Tennessee; and no visit to Middle Tennessee would be complete without a trip to the Grand Ole Opry, one of the institutions that have made our region synonymous with music and traditional Americana. So whether you choose to take a ride on the General Jackson Showboat, take in some tunes at Kimbro’s Café & Pickin’ Parlor, hunt for bargains at The Factory at Franklin or just relax and enjoy a cold one at local favorite Cool Springs Brewery, there’s an adventure or a retreat from the ordinary waiting for you in Williamson County! To learn more about the attractions, activities and leisure destinations of Williamson County and the Nashville Metro area, please visit:

 Williamson County Arts, Music and Entertainment

Theatre, Culture and The Arts

Shopping, Dining, Leisure and Attractions

 

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