Daytrippin': Lynnville, Pulaski, and the backroads of Giles County, Tennessee
Arrive in Lynnville, TN for Tour of the Railroad Museum located at 162 Mill St. Depot replica, memorabilia, scale model trains, trackside “Static” display of 1927 Baldwin steam locomotive, Pullman passenger coach, flatcar, and caboose. 931-527-3158 or www.lynnvillerailroadmuseum.com.
Shop at Littleton Colonel LTD – located at 755 Abernathy Rd, Beautiful leather goods & jewelry locally handcrafted from the finest leather. Amazing quality and different than most luxury products. Visitors from around the world come to shop at Littleton in Lynnville. 931-527-3805. Then after walking around the small quaint town enjoy lunch at Soda Pop Junction – They have steaks, sandwiches, hamburgers, old-fashioned ice cream & other treats.
When you leave Lynnville you can head into Pulaski and visit the beautiful courthouse, walk around the square and shop or visit some of the historic homes and monuments. Then if you made your reservation head over to Lairdland Farm House 931-363-2205. Historic home tours and Civil War Museum. Great for luncheons, teas, weddings, and receptions. Visit www.lairdlandfarmhouse.com.
To top off this fantastic day when you call Lairdland Farm House for reservations, also call Milky Way Farms at 615-974-5084 to schedule a visit. Visit www.milkywayfarm.org to see beautiful photos of this historical place. Milky Way Farm found its beginning in a nickel candy bar, and we imagine that you’ve had one. It was Frank Mars, the founder of Mars Candy, that built this beautiful farm. With one thousand acres of fertile ground. Herds of deer, massive barns, trails, breathtaking vistas, and an elegant twenty-five thousand square foot manor house with twenty bedrooms and fourteen baths. Call and make your plans to visit today.