Lebanon, Tennessee is known for its cedars, parks, art and history. But, here are 5 things you may not know about Lebanon, TN:
- Home to a 65+-year-old diner: The Snow White Drive-In is all things good about the South. Located at 1714 W. Main Street in Lebanon, it has been a standard for 68 years. Known for their milkshakes, hand-pulled barbeque and Friday night Cruise-ins, Snow White has been a part of Wilson County history since 1953.
- Travel To Nashville and Other local destinations for $5 – The Music City Star is a commuter train that has stops in Donelson, Nashville, Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Hermitage, Martha and Hamilton Springs, TN. For fares and schedules, click here
- All about the outdoors: Cedars of Lebanon State Park is nestled right inside of Wilson County, and offers 1,139-acres of cedar forests and glades. The park is only expanding too. In July 2019, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture relinquished an amount of state forest land that will double the size of Cedars of Lebanon State Park. As a Lebanon resident, you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city within minutes. Choose from 117 campsites or 30 tent sites and go on an expedition through the 8 miles of hiking trails that meander through the park. For a more suburban escape, check out Don Fox Community Park. It has a 2.5-mile walking and jogging track, 60-foot wading pool, playgrounds, and pavilions that can be reserved for parties and gatherings
- Demeter’s Common : Located at 116 North College Street, Demeter’s Common is a lifestyle grocery store supporting small/local growers and artisan makers in the heart of Lebanon, TN.
- The Fair: The Wilson County Fair is one of the nation’s top fairs every year. For this year’s dates and info click here.