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Tourism in Lebanon
Audience of One Productions
Audience of One Productions is a community group of actors collaborating in the arts to express one heart to do all things unto Him.
The Capitol Theatre is a muti-purpose event venue located in the historic downtown Lebanon square. Minutes outside of Nashville, Mt. Juliet, Watertown, and Gallatin, the Capitol Theatre is home to public and private events ranging from weddings, concerts, movies, musicals and more!
Center Stage Theater
A new community theater in Lebanon, Tenn., providing performing arts to the city and surrounding Wilson County area to adults and youth.
Movie theater located in Lebanon, TN.
Imagine That! Art Studio
Imagine That! Art Studio is a trendy, creative space in Lebanon, TN where kids & adults can paint ceramics, work with clay, make a wooden sign, and even take a canvas, drawing, or watercolor class! Check out our kids camps & after school programs!
All pottery is made from porcelain clay. Glazes are food safe & they can go in the microwave & dishwasher the pots are functional pots so use them!
Murals to See!
- Blowing Flowers
Cedars of Lebanon, State Park
Cedars of Lebanon State Park is named for the dense cedar forest that existed in the Biblical lands of Lebanon. The park contains 1000 acres which are used for intensive recreation. An additional 10,000 acres are operated by the Forest Division.
Don Fox Community Park
The Don Fox Community Park offers the community a host of amenities. The mission of the Don Fox Park is to enhance the quality of life in Lebanon by creating the environment and the opportunity to meet the diverse leisure needs of the residents of the city. The goal of the Don Fox Community Park is to maintain and develop a park that is attractive, safe, functional, and available to all segments of the population.
Baird Ball Park
Outdoor recreational community park located in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Jimmy Floyd Center
Our mission statement at the Jimmy Floyd Family Center is to promote a healthier community through fitness and health programs and to provide a place for our youth, families, and senior citizens to enjoy activities. It is also our mission to keep it affordable and competitive for all of the community.
Cedar City Walking Trails
Hiking activities located in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Bowling located in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Lebanon Golf & Country Club
The Lebanon Golf and Country Club was established in 1951. The Club offers a challenging 9 hole golf course, pro shop with on-site professional instruction, swimming pool and recreational cabana, banquet facilities, restaurant and lounge.
Five Oaks Golf & Country Club
Five Oaks Golf and Country Club is nestled in a beautiful 506 - acre community that lies in the scenic countryside off Highway 70 in Lebanon, Tennessee and comes complete with an 18-hole golf course, a 21,000-square-foot clubhouse, pool & tennis facility.
Cairo Bend Park (coming soon)
With a focus on community connection, as the park will be constructed adjacent to Goodall Home’s newest community, The Preserve, the site amenities are numerous and speak to a wide array of tastes. From extensive walking trails and open spaces to covered pavilions and an expansive playground, the approximate 16-acre property will be a welcome recreational haven for Lebanon’s western corridor residents.
Cumberland University is located in Lebanon, TN, 30 miles east of Nashville. Founded in 1842, Cumberland University offers a variety of educational, athletic and social experiences to enhance the learning opportunities of the current student body. The university has an exceptional academic program steeped in the liberal arts. Athletic teams regularly compete for conference and national championships.
Fite/Fessenden House Museum
The Fite-Fessenden House is a historic house in Lebanon, Tennessee, U.S.. It is now home to the Wilson County Museum. Tours are available by appointment only.
Lebanon Museum & History
Our past is something that we here in the City of Lebanon hold very dear. Tradition and honor are two values we hold in high esteem. The City of Lebanon Museum and History Center is now open Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 4 p.m, groups of 10 people or more are asked to call 443-2839 and prearrange their tour so guides will be available. Or, you may take the virtual tour of our exhibits right here from your own home.
Pickett-Rucker is a church that is more than 150-years-old church that strives to know love and serve Jesus Christ and to make him known to all others.
Fiddlers Grove sits on a knoll among the trees at the James E. Ward Agricultural and Community Center in Lebanon, Tennessee. This re-created historic village consists of original and replicated buildings, some using original materials from structures originating in the many small rural communities throughout Wilson County, Tennessee. The village houses historical structures, and many of the buildings display collections significant to our Wilson County history.
Historic Downtown Lebanon
Historic Lebanon’s overall goal is to use historic preservation for economic development. Our focus is concentrated in our Main Street area, specifically to increase tourism, entice more retail and businesses and to create a sense of place with Lebanon’s rich history and to create a market identity for the whole community. We strive to enhance Lebanon’s quality of life and to increase our profile as a great small town.
Historic Lebanon Driving Tour
This historic driving tour highlights buildings, sites and areas which are unique to Lebanon and Wilson County. In all, there are twenty-eight county wide sites, many listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The sites along the tour route are identified with a numbered sign.
Tennessee Civil War Trails
The Tennessee Civil War Trails program is part of a five-statetrails system that invites you to explore both well-known andless-familiar sites associated with America’s greatest drama.Together, more than1,500 places tell theepic and heartfelt storiesof civilians and soldiers who experiencedtriumph and tragedyduring the war.
The Mill of Lebanon
The Mill at Lebanon is a mixed use redevelopment project. We are on the National Registry of Historic Places and a 105 year old building with grandeur and character to spare. The sixth largest event facility in Middle Tennessee we host events ranging from small private to trade show and concert. With restaurants and retail developing, we are becoming a destination site. Come visit!
Lebanon’s Farmers’ Market
The City of Lebanon Farmers’ Market was established for the purpose of providing: A distribution point for fresh, home-grown fruit and vegetables that the consumers might not otherwise have access to. A location as an outlet for surplus home-grown products that would enable local producers to realize economic gains.
James E. Ward Agriculture Center
Conveniently located right off I-40—and just minutes from Nashville’s International Airport—the Wilson County Exposition Center is located at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center. This municipally-owned, 260-acre property encompasses three flexible-use properties that host over 1 million visitors each year for outstanding indoor, outdoor, and mixed use special events.
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The Wilson County Fair
To promote, encourage, and stimulate the civic welfare and betterment of Wilson County, Tennessee, and the surrounding geographical area, through the promotion, ownership and operation of a Fair and other similar endeavors; to promote, encourage and maintain interest in agriculture, labor, industry, recreation, business, commerce, trade and any other civic function or interest by the exhibition method or otherwise; to cooperate with other citizens and groups of citizens interested in the same or similar purposes.
Train Ride Excursions
Relax and experience travel by rail, where getting there is part of the fun! Our trips always include something special - from train robberies, music, civil war reenactments, and on-board murder mysteries to Watertown’s famous mile long yard sale and seasonal visits from Santa and the Easter Bunny.
Cumberland University Phoenix Ball
One of the premier charity events in Tennessee, the Phoenix Ball is a black tie gala benefiting Cumberland University, which was founded in 1842. Attended by hundres of prominent middle Tennesseans, the Ball has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for scholarships for students attending Cumberland.
Faith, courage, optimism and a desire to help others were qualities that defined Sharon “Sherry” Patterson Whitaker. Both before and after the energetic wife and mother was diagnosed with colon cancer, the impression she made on her family, friends and community was undeniable. While her battle in the flesh was lost in 2004, the spirit she had shown throughout life continues to touch more lives every day. With God’s blessings and immearsurable support from our community, Sherry’s Run, has grown from a one time 5K Run/Walk into an Christ centered, non-profit organization giving HOPE to families who are fighting cancer.
Mardi Gras at the Capitol
Mardi Gras at the Capitol is a night of dinner, dancing, a live and silent auction, fun activities and much more to benefit the Sherry’s Run organization!
Halloween on the Square
The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce partners with the City of Lebanon and First Baptist Church to present Halloween on the Square every October. As always, there will be plenty of candy for everyone, as well as free hotdogs, courtesy of Public Safety!
Christmas on the Square
A free community Christmas event provided by the merchants of the Historic Lebanon Square and the Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.
What to Expect: Shopping and special promotions, Live Music performances, Special guest appearances from the North Pole, Face painting & Hair Tinsel, Free Horse and Carriage Rides, Complimentary wine and spirits while shopping at select stores, Send a letter to the North Pole, Food trucks ...and more!
City of Lebanon Easter Egg Hunt
Egg Hunt with the Easter Bunny!
City of Lebanon Christmas Parade
Located in Historic Downtown Lebanon, join us for the largest event to start the Holiday season. The parade features only horse drawn carriages. The highlights of the event are the 1pm afternoon carriage parade and the 7pm evening parade which will have over 100 decorated carriages pulled by minis, Clydesdales, Percherons and many more!
4th of July Celebration
Mark your calendars for a day of family fun at the City of Lebanon Fourth of July Celebration with activities that features food, flag display, live entertainment, classic cars, motorcycle exhibits and of course fireworks.
Historic Tour of Homes & Places
Historic Lebanon’s mission is the revitalization of Lebanon’s Public Square and surrounding neighborhoods. We are a non-profit organization and a certified Tennessee Main Street program. We also receive annual accreditation from the National Main Street Center. Historic Lebanon uses the 4-point Main Street approach of Design/Historic Preservation, Economic Vitality, Promotion and Organization to achieve our goals.
Whip Crackin’ Rodeo
The Whip Crackin’ Rodeo is a wholesome family venue, providing a great weekend of fun while helping to raise much needed funds for a dozen local charities, bring in lots of people to our city, and be an economical boost to local businesses!
Community members, Historic Lebanon, and City of Lebanon Planning Staff will be using artistic inspirations to create parklets to educate each other, to contribute our ideas, and to express our needs for the City. These parklets will be a part of the overall Guiding Principles that the City is creating for the Comprehensive Plan and the betterment of the community. In addition to the Parklets, there will be a block party with food trucks, music, and vendors.