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Sumner County, Tennessee, Visitor Center
2310 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, Tennessee 37066
Open Mondays – Fridays | 8:30am – 4:30pm (Central)
Phone: (615) 230-8474
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 regular office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The average summer temperatures in Sumner County can be in the 80Fs and 90Fs, and lows in the 60Fs and 70Fs. Humidity levels can range dramatically.
Pack lightweight, breathable clothing. Hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are highly encouraged, especially as temperatures hit their high point around lunchtime. Summer rain can occur, so sometimes an umbrella is needed. Recreational water activities on Old Hickory Lake in Sumner County are a popular pastime in the summer months.
The average fall temperatures in Sumner County can be as high as the 80Fs and as low as the 50Fs, and the nighttime temperatures can drop as low as the mid 30Fs.
Packing clothing items and a jacket that can be layered is a good idea when traveling to Sumner County in the fall and is helpful for the cooler night and morning temperatures. Fall can involve wet weather, so bring along a travel umbrella. Comfortable temperatures allow for many fall-themed activities in Sumner County and the colorful foliage creates a beautiful backdrop across the area.
The average winter temperatures in Sumner County can be in the 40Fs and 30Fs, and the nighttime temperatures can drop into the low 20Fs.
Dress warmly when traveling to Sumner County in the winter months and include a winter jacket, gloves, and appropriate shoes when packing. Snow is not common and on average Sumner County receives around 4 inches of snow per year. Freezing temperatures can occur in the night or day, although most winter days are more mild in Sumner County.