Get a deeper glimpse into Tennessee’s history by visiting Tennessee distilleries.
Lynchburg - The story of Jack Daniel Distillery goes back to the nineteenth century, when the distillery was established and Jasper Newton Daniel, known as Jack Daniel, introduced the world to Old No. 7. Learn how Jack perfected the art of whiskey making and sample Jack Daniel products at the distillery.
Lynchburg is also home to American Distillers of Lynchburg, where you’ll discover whiskey, moonshine, rum and vodka, and stories about the “good old days.”
Shelbyville - Nearest Green Distillery invites you to experience history and have a taste of award-winning whiskey, inspired by “the best whiskey-maker the world never knew,” the first African American master distiller on record in the United States, Nearest Green.
Fayetteville & Kelso Area- The beginnings of Prichard’s Distillery reach back five generations, when Granddaddy Benjamin Prichard passed his “still, tubs and utensils thereto” to his son. The commitment to crafting quality spirits and providing authentic and memorable experiences to guests marks the distillery’s style today.
Southern Pride Distillery prides itself on bringing a modern flair to an old tradition of whiskey making. Producing small batches and using family recipes from decades ago, Southern Pride Distillery’s craftsmen take pride in their work and staying true to the family.
Pulaski & Lynnville Area - Big Machine Distillery in Lynnville utilizes true “grain to glass” production to produce Big Machine Platinum Filtered Premium Vodka, Clayton James Tennessee Whiskey and All Mighty 140 Shine. The distillery features 28 acres of beautiful rural farmland.
Tullahoma - The history of Cascade Hollow Distillery goes back to 1818, the year George Dickel was born. Dickel was known for “selling the smoothest, most mellow spirits.” When Cascade Hollow Distillery opened in 1878 in Coffee County, George Dickel bought a large share. He followed in the Scottish tradition and spelled “whisky” without an “e.”
Explore the communities along the Natchez Trace and everything they have to offer.
Waynesboro, Collinwood and Clifton welcome you with plenty of dining, shopping and entertainment options. The Tennessee and Buffalo Rivers present ideal recreational opportunities. Relax, boat and fish in the Tennessee River.
Hohenwald - Enjoy the slow-paced and friendly atmosphere of Hohenwald and the scenic beauty of Buffalo River Blueway. The Buffalo River is a 125-mile long blueway ideal for canoeing.
Centerville - The area is rich in history and musical heritage. Centerville is the birthplace of Sarah Ophelia Colley-Cannon, better known as Minnie Pearl. A wire sculpture of the Grand Ole Opry star adds character to the square. Sculptor Ricky Pittman depicted Minnie Pearl, who continues to give smiles to people.
Mt. Pleasant and Columbia Area - Maury County offers a variety of recreational opportunities and fun activities for children. Among the parks in Maury County are Chickasaw Trace Park, Hampshire Park and Jerry Erwin Park. Help your children learn and experience the wonders of science and art at the aMuse’um Children’s Museum.