COVID-19 Update

At this time, information found on this website may not be up-to-date. Due to precautions taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many festivals and events in Sumner County have been postponed or cancelled. Additionally, attractions, restaurants, retailers, and other businesses in Sumner County have made accommodations to protect the health and well-being of patrons; questions about service and hours of operation should be made directly to individual attractions, restaurants, retailers, and businesses.


About Sumner County, Tennessee

Y’all don’t be shy, come on in to the Sumner County, Tennessee, Visitor Center to say hi! We’re glad to have you and would love to meet you!

Sumner County, Tennessee, Visitor Center
Open Mondays-Fridays, 8:30am-4:30pm (Central)
2310 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, Tennessee 37066
(888) 301-7886

Sumner County, Tennessee, is rich in history, scenic beauty and musical heritage. Located just outside of Nashville, Sumner County is its own unique destination having been the longtime home of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash who lived on Old Hickory Lake, a wonderful recreational lake that is open to the public. From delicious foods, live music, and beautiful drives, Sumner County, Tennessee, is a great getaway!
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Sumner County, Tennessee, is just 25 miles northeast of Nashville and expands to the Kentucky State Line.

About Sumner County, Tennessee Tourism

The Tourism Board of Sumner County, Inc.,  also known as Sumner County Tourism, is a 501(c)6 destination marketing agency overseen by a board of directors. Sumner County Tourism is not a membership organization, but is funded through the 5% Sumner County Occupancy Tax. Its mission is to market Sumner County as a year-round destination for leisure, business, group and individual travel. The office is located in the former “Comer House” at 2310 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.