Goodlettsville, Tennessee


Overview 

Goodlettsville allows all to enjoy the thrill of the nation’s own Music city, but from the easygoing and serene atmosphere of a charming small town. The city shared by Summer and Davidson Counties was incorporated a little more than 50 years ago. Goodlettsville shares all the fun and music that captivates most of Nashville’s guests, only without the bustle and prices that go with its fame. Goodlettsville has attractions ranging from the Tennessee Center for the Performing Arts to the Parthenon’s full-scale replica in Centennial Park.  

Exploring the City 

The nearest airport in town is just 15 miles from downtown Goodlettsville. The busy Nashville International Airport has courtesy cars, taxi, bus, and limousine services available. There is an average of 375 daily flights in the hotel, which has at least 13 airlines in operation. At least 7 State highways, 5 interstates, and 3 United States Highways pass through Goodlettsville. Commuters can also enter the city through the service of CSX Rail Transportation. The scenic Cumberland River is a navigable waterway that passes through nearby Nashville.  

Tourist Attractions 

The Bowen Plantation House is a true treasure of Tennesee. The landowner, Captain William Bowen, worked hard for land grants and eventually had more than 4,000 acres in the region. His magnificent house stands over a string of modern buildings. Mansker’s Fort is a reconstruction of a frontier forted station built in 1779. Visitors will see how the early Cumberland settlements look like. Participants can, albeit momentarily, experience the primitive lifestyle through the fort’s living history reenactments and demonstrations. Tourists can see the blacksmith work, touch hand-hewn timbers, or simply learn about the hardy spirit of the city’s settlers 200 years ago.  



When to Visit 

On the first week of December the city celebrates the Yulefest at Mansker’s Stations. Tourists can join locals in ringing in the yuletide in the style of the 1780’s. The historic site opens to all jolly fellows for free. The festive night features activities of the old time. Tourists can warm up with complimentary refreshments in the center, and enjoy mellow entertainment by candlelight. In October Goodlettsville celebrates event entitled “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” The event is actually a run-off of American Revolution commemorations. Fairgoers are in for an afternoon of historical reenactments.  

Best Hotel Accommodations 



The Holiday Inn Express Goodlettsville is located at the epicenter of all things Tennessee. Its location can perfectly accesses all areas of importance without any difficulties. Leisure travelers can appreciate various historical landmarks similar to the Mansker’s Station just near the site. The headquarters of Associated Wholesale Grocers, Tyson Foods, and Dollar General Corporate can be visited by the guests of the hotel. Excellent room amenities, indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool and a fitness center are all provided by the Holiday Inn with a smile. The Hampton Inn is an ideal place for those who want to be conveniently at the center of the bustling city. Business travelers will appreciate the hotel’s modern facilities designed to meet work-related needs. Meeting rooms and video conferencing make business arrangements easier to accomplish. Notary public services and audio visual equipments are readily available. Guests can use the hotel’s free shuttle service to explore the city for leisure and business purposes.  

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