Address: 106 Main Street Portland, TN 37148 Contact Email: kristen@portlandcofc.com Phone: (615) 325-9032
#2014 Strawberry Festival
#2014 Christmas Parade
#2014 Christmas Parade
#Ribbon Cutting for the Larry Collins Aeronautical Business Center
#Carnival during 2015 Strawberry Festival
#2015 Carnival
#Movie in the Park
#Portland, TN during the 2015 Strawberry Festival
#Portland, TN during the 2015 Strawberry Festival
#2015 Strawberry Festival
#2015 Strawberry Festival
#2015 Strawberry Festival Parade
#Music on Main Street
#Music on Main Street featuring Bucky Covington
#Music on Main Street
#Raise the Praise
#Portland High School Football Game
#Occasions / 5 Chefs
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I-65 Exit 117. Take Hwy. 52 to traffic light at 109 and 52, turn left go to next traffic light, turn right on Main St. in downtown area. Office on left.


Visitors can stop by the Chamber of Commerce on historic Main Street to pick up a map and find out information on the Portland area. Some of the area attractions include Bottom View Farms, Cold Springs School, Days Gone By Museum, Sumner Crest Winery, and 5 Chefs / Occasions Restaurant and Gift Shop. If you are in the Portland area during early May plan to attend the Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival!

Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PortlandTNChamber for upcoming events & things to do in Portland, TN!

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City: Portland, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
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