Central Tennessee, more often called Middle Tennessee, is a region of Tennessee.


Map of Central Tennessee
  • 1 Nashville - Music City U.S.A., Country music capital of the world, and the State Capitol
  • 2 Antioch
  • 3 Ashland City
  • 4 Brentwood
  • 5 Clarksville - Home to the U.S. Army's Ft. Campbell and Austin Peay State University
  • 6 Columbia - Home of 11th U.S. President James K. Polk with many Southern antebellum homes nearby
  • 7 Cookeville - Home of Tennessee Technological University
  • 8 Cowan
  • 9 Decherd
  • 10 Dickson
  • 11 Dover
  • 12 Fayetteville
  • 13 Franklin - Location of the famous Civil War Battle of Franklin
  • 14 Hendersonville - City by The Lake, Nashville suburb
  • Hermitage
  • 15 La Vergne  
  • 16 Lebanon - Home of Cracker Barrel
  • 17 Lynchburg - Home of world-famous Jack Daniel's Distillery
  • 18 Manchester
  • 19 Monteagle - Located along the edges of the picturesque Cumberland Plateau
  • 20 Mount Juliet - City Between the Lakes
  • 21 Murfreesboro - Location of Civil War Stones River Battlefield, and also home to Middle Tennessee State University
  • 22 Ocoee
  • 23 Sewanee - Home to the beautiful University of the South
  • 24 Smyrna
  • 25 Tracy City - where a dead man was elected mayor
  • 26 Tullahoma - Location of the NASA Arnold Engineering Center
  • 27 White House  
  • 28 Winchester - Nearby Tim's Ford Lake offers recreational activities

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  • The Natchez Trace Parkway crosses through Middle Tennessee. It begins in Nashville and continues south through Wayne County where it enters Alabama. The road continues all the way to Natchez, Mississippi where it ends. The stretch through Middle Tennessee is often regarded as the most beautiful portion of the road. There are numerous overlooks, hiking trails, and waterfalls in the beautiful scenery of the rolling, Tennessee hills.
  • Lake Barkley
  • Land Between the Lakes


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Visit the Microbrewery at Yazoo in Nashville. Take the tour get a growler


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  • East Tennessee - The Eastern Grand Division of Tennessee with valleys and ridges plus the Allegheny Mountains
  • West Tennessee - The Western Grand Division extends west from the Tennessee River and is the northern boundary of the Mississippi Delta cultural region.
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