Learn more about Fiddlers Grove Historic Village.
Fiddlers Grove Historical Village is located on the grounds of the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon, Tennessee. Our mission is to preserve the history of Wilson County and Tennessee through educational tours, interpretations, and hands-on experiences. The 60 buildings and artifacts depict life as it was in times past. Take a peaceful stroll through the village at your leisure or groups of ten or more can ask for a docent to guide you and tell the history of the buildings. There's a model train museum open Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 2 pm. Oftentimes you can catch one of the crafts people spinning, weaving, broom making, or blacksmithing. There are many locations for weddings, private events, public events, meetings, and other happenings. There's a lot of different events offered throughout the year: Neddy Jacobs Heritage Day, Spring Fest, Fall Fest, Ghosts in the Grove and a Tennessee Christmas in the Grove. There are other events that use the Grove through the open season as well. Open the first of April through Mid-December.
Fiddlers Grove is located at the James E. Ward Ag Center, also known as the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, TN. It sits among many tree-lined streets that are paved for your convenience. There are 60 buildings including 4 large barns, a grist mill, century old church, model train museum, many log cabins, weaving house, broom shop, and a general store. Many different types of events are held there frequently such as weddings, receptions, business meetings, 4-H events, private events, and various public events. It is located within the site of the Wilson County Tennessee Fair and entertains many visitors annually.
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Fiddlers Grove Historic Village directly.
945 East Baddour Pkwy
Lebanon, TN 37087
Adults - $6.00
Children 6-12 - $4.00
Senior Citizens - $5.00
Children 5 and under enter - Free
Tues. - Sat. - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.