Tennessee Crossroads in a legendary television show hosted by Joe Elmore that airs locally on Nashville Public Television. The program travels around the state to feature Tennessee attractions, restaurants, people and anything else that they think others need to know about! Some great Sumner County places and people have been featured, so check them out below (they are listed from oldest air date to most recent):
5 Chefs & The Shoppes at Occasions | Portland
Rock Castle State Historic Site | Hendersonville
Rock Castle State Historic Site is one of the oldest houses in Middle Tennessee and it was completed in 1796, the same year that Tennessee became a state. Today the house is a historic site that guests can tour for a fee.
Artist David Wright | Gallatin
Rhoades Cars | Hendersonville
You’ve heard of a bicycle, but what about a quadricycle? Rhoades Cars in Hendersonville produces 4-wheeled bikes that drive like cars! Their American-made designs have shipped to customers all over the world, including a Saudi Arabian prince! These unique designs made locally in Tennessee are for sale and bring a lot of fun to everyone!
Days Gone By Museum | Portland
The Days Gone By Museum is an amazing assortment of antique machinery, vehicles, tools, appliances, and so much more that will leave lovers of vintage and antique pieces truly in awe when they see this collection.
The Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cafe | Gallatin
Serving lunch six days a week, The Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cafe is a very popular spot for diners looking for an adorable atmosphere and delicious food. Each meal is also served with a wonderful chocolate dipped strawberry!
Heritage Day at Historic Mansker's Station | Goodlettsville
Singer-Songwriter & Artist Ronnie McDowell | Portland
Ronnie McDowell is not only a famous face for his music career, but as an artist his talents bring his paintings alive with vibrant colors and the wonderful stories that they tell. Find him on tour or purchase his art here: https://ronniemcdowell.com/
Cragfont State Historic Site | Castalian Springs
On a rolling hill in Castalian Springs sits Cragfont State Historic Site, once a family home that is now a public historic site. The original owner, General James Winchester, was a recognizable person during his life and was close friends with President Andrew Jackson. .
Historic Rose Mont | Gallatin
Historic Rose Mont is a unique example of a 19th century house and although in Tennessee, it was designed in a popular style found in Louisiana. Originally owned by Judge Josephus Conn Guild, his descendant takes viewers on a tour of the old mansion.
Flower Lady of Gallatin
Alecia Welbern is known as the “Flower Lady of Gallatin” thanks to her tireless efforts to beautify the city with flowers and plants. Her hanging baskets that line the streets of downtown Gallatin always lead to compliments from locals and visitors alike!
Music City Diner | Hendersonville
Diners are known for comfort food and the family-run Music City Diner serves up some of the best comfort foods around! While they dish up classic diner favorites, Music City Diner is also famous for their delicious, homemade Greek food. There is truly something for everyone to enjoy at Music City Diner!
Cafe Rakka | Hendersonville
Fresh, healthy, and flavorful food is always on the menu at Cafe Rakka thanks to owner and chef Riyad Alkem, who works diligently to exceed expectations at his eatery. Customers rave about the food and drinks (try the tea!) and the restaurant has also been featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives!