Address: 100 N. Main St., Ste. D Goodlettsville, TN 37072 Contact Email: info@goodlettsvillechamber.com Phone: (615) 859-7979 Fax: (615) 657-0265
#Historic Mansker Station
#Long Hollow Jamboree
#Twelve Stones Golf Course
#Music On Main
#Historic Old Stone Bridge
#Arts & Antiques Festival
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Goodlettsville is delightful mix of small-town charm and big city amenities, with a Main Street filled with antique stores, specialty shops and family-owned restaurants. Its historic roots go back to the pioneer days of Mansker Creek longhunters in the late 1700s, when buffalo and Indians roamed the hills and valleys.

Incorporated in 1857, Goodlettsville is nestled in a strategic position on the northern edge of metro Nashville. It is intersected by I-65, within 20 minutes of both downtown and Nashville International Airport, 10 minutes from one of Middle Tennessee’s major retail districts, yet surrounded by rolling hills and farmland. Major corporations have made Goodlettsville their headquarters, enjoying the quality of life with all the benefits of a hometown community.

Stay in a local bed and breakfast or hotel while exploring historic sites, parks, golf courses, wineries and Goodlettsville’s antique district. Check the Upcoming Events Calendar for dates of festivals, car shows, major sporting tournaments and seasonal events.

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City: Goodlettsville, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

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