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South Central Tennessee
Tourism Association
Rene Lance, Executive Director
3780 Franklin Pike
Lewisburg, TN 37091
Phone: (931) 993-3286

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South Central Tennessee Tourism - Museums

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Lynnville Railroad Museum is located at 105 Mill Street, Lynnville, TN  Come walk on an actual 1927 Baldwin steam locomotive, trackside display.  Sit on the caboose, or get your picture made on the rail.  Learn about the railroad and pick up local tourist information. Visit 

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Hands On Science Center is an indoor science playground where everything is touchable.  We have over 100 touchable exhibits.   In this museum Please Touch is a rule!.  We are open Tuesday - Saturday from 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday from 1 pm - 5 pm.  Admission is free for 2 & under and only $5 per person 3 years old and up.  Annual Membership $50.  Visit for more details and latest information.  We are located at 101 Mitchell Blvd, Tullahoma, TN 37388.  
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Giles County Courthouse located in the middle of the square in Pulaski, TN.  Erected 1909. Neoclassical building with Corinthian columns. Solid brass door pulls incised "Giles". Inside balcony encircles 3rd floor and caryatids (female faces) hold up arched vault of rotunda with skylight.  Free Mon-Fri 8 am - 4 pm.  For more information call 931-363-5300.
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Falls Mill is located at 134 Falls Mill Road, Belvidere, TN.  Established in 1873. National Register of Historic Places.  Water powered grain mill and museum open daily expect on Wed.  You can purchase fresh grain and grits in our Country store.  For more information call 931-469-7161 or visit
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David Crocket Monument is located on the Lawrenceburg Square. Life-size bronze statue in honor of Lawrence County's famous hunter, frontiersman, soldier, legislator and hero of the Alamo.
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Collinwood Train Depot is located at 101 East Depot Street, Collinwood, TN.  National Register of Historic Places.  Art, memorabilia and public library. For more information visit
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Battle of Farmington Civil War site is at 2236 Highway 64, Lewisburg, TN  Site served as the only military action of any consequence in Marshall County in 1863.  Monument erected in 1874 to commemorate buried soldiers.
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Arrowheads & Aerospace Museum is located at 24 Campground Road, Manchester, TN.  The museum was chartered in 1987.  You will be amazed at the history of Coffee County and surrounding areas you will learn about in this museum.
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Arnold Engineering Development Center - Arnold Air Force Base near Tullahoma, TN  Huge wind tunnels simulate flight for satelites, supersonic and transonic aircraft & spacecraft.  Group tours welcome.  931-454-5655.
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Lairdland Farm House & Civil War Museum is located at 3238 Blackburn Hollow Road, Cornersville, TN  37047Lairdland Farm House, located in beautiful Giles County, Tennessee, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Historic Lairdland Farm House is open, by appointment basis, for individual and group tours. The tour includes a guided trip through nine(9) rooms filled with antique furniture, china, crystal and multigenerational memorabilia of the owners' families. As you visit each room your host will relate stories and information about their furnishings.

Included in the tour is a visit to their Civil War Museum which contains an extensive and comprehensive collection of both Union and Confederate artifacts. Don Rouleau, who is a life-long student of the Civil War will gladly share his knowledge of the displayed articles as well as his perspective of this major American event.Tours may be scheduled in advance for any day of the week between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. To schedule a tour of Historic Lairdland Farm House and to get detailed directions, please call 931-363-2205. There is an admission fee. The house is not handicap accessible. The gardens are available for special events, such as Romantic Garden Weddings, receptions, private parties, etc. For small groups the home, covered porches, patio and/or gardens may be scheduled for luncheons, afternoon teas, showers or other special occasions. An outbuilding containing a full function kitchen has been designed for the convenience of caterers. It also contains handicap accessible restrooms for both men and women. The gardens are handicap accessible. For further information, group size limitations and charges, please call 931-363-2205 or visit

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Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' & Exhibitors' Association located at 250 North Ellington Parkway, Lewisburg, TN.  World Headquarters where all decisions concerning the TWH are made.  Garden, gift shop and literature.  For more information or directions please call 931-759-5747 or visit
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Tennessee Walking Horse Museum located in Wartrace, TN.  27 Main Street.  Open Thurs-Sat  From 10 am - 4 pm.  Walk thru the halls of Tennessee Walking Horse History.  View photo's of the winners of the past Celebration winners. Tennessee is known for our walking horses.  Come find out why they are so amazing. The museum is a 501C3 and accepts donations.  Please come to our museum and learn about these beautiful horses.   For more information or directions call 931-759-5747 email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or visit

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Cowan Railroad Museum is located at the Depot Museum on the tracks in Cowan, Tennessee.  Open May - October Free Admission donations accepted. 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 Cumberland Mountain Tunnel was finished in 1852 before the railroad actually made it to Cowan from Nashville. The town, the railroad and the tunnel still exist today. In support of that endeavor and later frequent trains through this region, a substantial frame depot was built in 1904, and that building is where the museum now houses its collection for your enjoyment.

Hours:  Thurs - Sat, 10 am - 4 pm  Sundays, 1 - 4 pm  Mondays, 10 am - 4 pm  May through October Other times by appointment  931-967-3078  Location:  108 Front Street   P.O. Box 53   Cowan, TN 37318-0053  For more information visit

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Mt. Pleasant Maury County Phosphate Museum - located on the square in Mt. Pleasant, TN.  Tour the past and see Native American artifacts, Civil War memorabilia, antique farm implements, common home articles used in the late 1800's to early 1900, fossils and phosphate artifacts. For special events / exhibits yearly call 931-379-9511.

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