Wilson County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Located just east of Nashville, Wilson County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WilCo) is home to the cities of Lebanon, Mount Juliet, and Watertown. It is only a short drive away from wherever you are. Here you will find historic places, authentic southern hospitality, scenic beauty, landmarks, friendly faces, and the total serenity of days gone by. With a state-of-the-art expo center, boutique shopping, lakes, horseback riding, caves, drive-in movies, diverse dining experiences, and so much more – you are in for a discovery that makes WilCo near Nashville, but far from normal!

Visit this destination and you’ll return to the outside world feeling refreshed and energized. WilCo is open from Monday to Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. WilCo – short for Wilson County, Tennessee – loves our visitors (that must be due to our southern hospitality roots). Whether you’re visiting one of our awesome events, enjoying our state parks, watching a locally produced theatrical show, browsing one of our many boutiques, or tasting out of this world cuisine, you will soon see why WilCo is near Nashville, but miles from ordinary! Scenic beauty, historic landmarks and the total serenity of days gone by are just a short drive away – no matter where you call home. Visit our three great cities within one peaceful destination and we promise you’ll return to the outside world feeling energized and refreshed. Now THAT’S a vacation place to be! Places, faces and soft southern graces … and Wilson County is off to the races! Rich in history and antiques, Wilson County is home to the Prime Outlet Mall, Cracker Barrel Corporate Headquarters, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, championship golf courses, recreational lakes and excursion trains.

Visit Fiddler’s Grove historic village, the Wilson County Museum, the Wilson County Archives, Lebanon Museum and History Center, Charlie Daniels’ Park in Mt. Juliet, historic Watertown and Lebanon, the “Antique City of the South”. NASCAR fans flock to Nashville Superspeedway in Wilson County! The National Junior High Rodeo Association Finals will be held Lebanon, Tennessee in both 2016 and 2017! An estimated 1,800 contestants and their families from around the world will meet in Wilson County to compete for college scholarships in everything from bronco riding to barrel racing, to calf roping. The Wilson County Fair has been named by USA Today as one of the top ten county fairs in the nation. It’s a must-see! More than 500,000 people from across the nation travel here each August to join in the fun.

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