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City Hall in Historic Lebanon TN

The seat of Wilson County, Lebanon is home to more than 26,000 people. Ride a bus rental in Lebanon, Tennessee and explore the city today.

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Arts & Culture

Be sure to attend the Wilson County Fair if you are in Lebanon during August. The county fair has been one of the top 50 fairs in the country and packs a lot of activities in its nine day schedule. Check the Fiddler's Grove Historical Village, where you could find a collection of turn of the century buildings found in Wilson County. Then visit the Lebanon Museum & History Center where you could learn more about the history of the city via exhibits, some of them going back to the prehistoric times.

Further, you can go to the Wilson County Museum, which is housed inside the federal-style Fite Fessenden House. See more than two centuries of the county's history. Meanwhile, the McCullough's Art Gallery gives you a chance to see the artworks of new, rising and established artists.

Restaurants & Shopping

Go to the historic town square and look for antiques and vintage pieces that you could add for your collection. The area is home to antique stores, as well as boutiques, collectible stores, and gift shops. Or you can get the freshest fruits and vegetables at Pratt's Orchard and Garden Center.

Looking to score top products from the top brands at deep discounts? Why not go to Lebanon Premium Outlets where you could get as much as 65% off every day at stores such as Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Nike Clearance Store, Tommy Hilfiger, and Polo Ralph Lauren? Or go to the Hartmann Factory Store if you want to get the best handmade leather goods.

You should not miss out on dining at the Cuckoo's Nest when you are in town. The restaurant is housed inside an old renovated cottage. Another restaurant that adds to the Lebanon experience is the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store that gives you the best meatloaf, dumplings and home cooked chicken.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Schedule a golf game in Lebanon. Go to Lebanon Golf & Country Club, which has nine holes and which measures 3,300 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 36, a course rating of 35.2 and a slope rating of 118. The course was first opened in the 1950s. You can also play at the Hunters Point Golf Course designed by Robert Renault and opened in the 1960s or the Five Oaks Golf and Country Club that Neal Carson designed and opened in 2001.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Harry Bailey House was built in the 1930s and is notable for its use of different materials, including more than 300 glass bottles. You can also go to other historic houses such as Dr. John Owen Campbell House, I.W.P. Buchanan House, and the Mitchell House. You can also go to the Sellars Indian Mound that is what remains of a settlement from the 1000 to 1300 CE. The Mississippian culture archaeological site was added to the register in the 1970s.

The Lebanon Commercial Historic District has 10 acres of space that includes close to four dozen contributing buildings and structure. It features a variety of architecture, including beaux arts and Italianate styles. You should also explore the Castle Heights Academy Historic District. Other nationally registered historic sites include Camp Bell, Lebanon Woolen Mills, Memorial Hall at Cumberland University, Ida New and William Madison Turner Farm, Pickett Chapel Methodist Church, and Rest Hill Cemetery.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Cedars of Lebanon State Park is a nationally registered historic district that covers 900 acres of space. It is located within the Cedars of Lebanon State Forest, which in turn covers more than 9,400 acres of space. It has more than 100 campsites, close to a dozen picnic shelters, hiking trails, group lodge, meeting hall and a swimming pool. You can also visit the Merritt Nature Center and the disc golf course located here. If you like spelunking, you can go caving at one of the 18 known caves in the park, including Jackson Cave. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1990s.

You can also check out the city's parks where you can play sports, have a picnic or enjoy open spaces. The Don Fox Park has several amenities such as picnic pavilions, picnic tables, and grills, as well as a multi-use trail that may be used for biking, skateboarding and hiking. You could also enjoy the wading pool here. You can also go to the Jimmy Floyd Family Center where you can enjoy the indoor track, swimming pool, fitness machines, and facilities for racquetball, basketball, yoga, karate, and other features.

You could also go to the Maple Hill Sports Center where you can play mini golf, aeroball and batting cages. Other attractions that you should go to include the Cedar City Trail Greenway, McCrary's Campground, and the Nashville East - Lebanon KOA Campground.

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