• Grown on the Farm Tour

  • One to Four Nights
    Available May 1 through October 31

    Visit Sumner County, located between Nashville and the Kentucky state line with quick access to I-65 and I-40. Just minutes from downtown Nashville.  Highlights can include:

  • Country Stars Driving Tour

    We’ll take your group past the homes of country stars who reside in Sumner County, including Marty Stuart, Connie Smith, Oak Ridge Boys’ William Lee Golden, and former home of Johnny and June Carter Cash. We will also visit Hendersonville Memory Gardens, grave site of Johnny and June Carter Cash over 25 other entertainers. Time permitting, your group will tour Trinity Music City, the former home of another music great, Conway Twitty. 

  • Historic Mansker’s Station

    Mansker's Fort and the Bowen Plantation House are located at Mansker’s Station.  The fort is an authentic reconstruction of a 1779 frontier forted station typical of early Cumberland settlements. You can experience the lifestyles of early settlers through living history demonstrations.  

  • Long Hollow Jamboree

    What started as a jam session at a neighborhood grocery store in the mid-70’s grew into one of the most popular old-time country music venues in the Nashville area. The atmosphere-down home country.  Enjoy live "old time" country music, dancing and Southern style food.  

  • Brothers Mule Farm

    Family-owned and operated for three generations, this scenic farm is the largest mule supplier in the nation. There are over 100 mules on the farm at any time, which ensures a greater selection of every type of mule possible.

  • Days Gone By Museum

    See the Southeast’s most extensive collection of antique tractors along with a collection of cars, oil trucks, steam engines and many antique farm implements and tools. On the front lawn you’ll find a World War II plane, a 1943 Douglas DC3.

  • Bottom View Farm

    Bottom View has over 400 acres of farmland with cows, chickens, horses goats, peacocks and turkeys. Pick strawberries in April, May and June, blueberries and blackberries in July, apples in July and August, gala apples in August, and pumpkins in October.  Take a wagon ride and relax with ice cream.

  • Center Point Barbecue

    In the BBQ business since the mid-60′s, this family run establishment has been serving it up the right way in Hendersonville, TN! Johnny Cash’s favorite restaurant, Center Point, the Original Taste of Tennessee, was recently featured on the Food Network's popular television program Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. They honestly feel they have the best homemade barbecue sauce in the world!

  • Summer Crest Winery

    A hidden gem.  A complimentary tour and wine tasting for your group at the antique mahogany bar, adorned with moser and
    cranberry pieces from the 1800’s; under foot is Italian tile. Browse gift shop for unique gifts and the gourmet foods. Sumner Crest wines have received 19 medals from national and international competitions.

  • Farm To Table Dinner

    Join us for an elegant farm to table dinner featuring delicious foods grown on area farms. The setting is the newly-renovated Barn at Crafton Farms, a spectacular venue for this enjoyable evening. Live entertainment compliments this special dinner and makes for a night your group will not forget. 

  • Patsy Hatfield Lawson

    Nationally recognized storyteller who has been featured on NPR. She is a descendant of two feuding families, the Greene-Jones and the Hatfield-McCoy. She grew up listening to her Mama and Aunt Ruby's stories on her front porch in East Tennessee. Her stories inspire both new reflections and insight into human behavior.

  • Hands On Class with
    Theresa Allen

    Offered by University of Tennessee—Sumner County Extension Office. Chose:

    • Drying and Freezing seasonal foods
    • Not your Grandmas’s canning class
    • Holiday gifts from harvest; pickles, relishes, chutney’s, jams, jellies, and preserves


  • Broken Plow Ranch

    Locally owned and operated by the Gribbins Family. The ranch has a wide variety of animals including the largest selection of Longhorn bulls and cows in TN, as well as beautiful painted horses. The Broken Plow Ranch holds over 30 best in show awards from shows across the United States.


  • Hendersonville Produce

    Owned and operated by Regina Gammon. They are a local grocer and farmer's market focused on local, organic and natural products. They provide the local area and all the surrounding communities with the freshest, responsibly raised and grown produce, meats, and artisan products.