Tullahoma is a city in Coffee and Franklin counties in the south-central part of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The population was 18,655 at the 2010 census. In 2014 the population was estimated to be 18,899. It is the principal city of the Tullahoma micropolitan area, which consists of Coffee, Franklin, and Moore counties and is the second largest micropolitan area in Tennessee.
Restaurants in Tullahoma
4.5 based on 639 reviews
We were met by Diana (hope I got it right) who was just loaded with facts about the location, the history and the current status of this distillery. Small tour groups started off in the store area. We were told that the Post Office was housed at the George Dickel Distillery and so we filled out post cards to mail to family and friends to get the on them. No stamps needed - all supplied by Dickel's. Total tour took about 90 minutes to include the "tasting" at the end. Just don't think you're on the wrong road on your way there because it turns into 2 lanes and some of it is a bit rough - unlike the WHISKY (no "e" in their name) which is smooth
5 based on 13 reviews
Absolutely love this place. Wonderful 3 screen drive-in with 2 movies for each showing. Great place to take the kids and family. This is not like many of the typical shabby drive-ins that you see in other places. It is awesome. If you are in the area and love the idea of drive-ins. You should visit. The snack stand is like fair food. They even have funnel cake.
5 based on 81 reviews
The Beechcraft Heritage Museum is a world class aviation museum. Over 60,000 square feet exhibiting 35+ aircraft from the mid 1920's to this century. Original art pieces and extensive historical displays of aviation and Beechcraft history.
Huge collection of vintage Beechcraft planes, from the very first and including a StarShip. Dozens of Bonanza's, and impressive array of the wide variety of planes produced by Beechcraft over the years. The story of how the museum came to be here is fascinating itself....MoreThank you for your kind review. We hope you will come see us again!
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Short walk from the road on a private piece of property. Little hard to tell where it is as the signage in not prominent. Hard to believe it's only a few hundred feet from a private residence. Well worth the drive, pictures don't do it justice.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Several trails, mainly easy, that lead to waterfalls and creeks. Interesting variety of forests, and perfect spots for kids to play in the water. I highly recommend exploring this gem of a place.
5 based on 38 reviews
Had an awesome first skydive experience with Mike as my tandem instructor! Everyone was super friendly and their customer service was excellent! Went early in morning which was recommended and had no issues. Tito the videographer did an amazing job also. Will definitely return for another skydive in the future.
5 based on 15 reviews
Templar Shooting Sports is the premier shooting and training center in middle TN. We offer the TN Handgun permit course, and many other firearms educational services and personal defense training. Our Indoor Shooting range is 10 lanes of 25 yards, for any caliber firearm. We offer the safest shooting environment available.
I have visited Templar Shooting Sports many times since its opening in the fall of last year and I have always had a great experience. These great group of people always treat us like family, they are always helpful and courteous and very knowledgeable. The business is always clean and well lite; they have many different products in stock and what they do not have in firearms they can get within a day or two. They have yearly and lifetime memberships available for those avid shooters and classes every month for carry conceal, basic pistol education and defensive pistol. Do yourself a favor and stop in and see Rich, Mark and the rest of the guys if you love shooting or even if you are thinking about learning; they will be able to help you with any and everything. There is even a chapter of The Well Armed Woman that meets here for you ladies!
5 based on 9 reviews
I grew up in Tullahoma then moved back to Middle Tennessee a few years back and was absolutely thrilled when a pair of home brewers decided to open this lovely craft brewery. Not only is it a great meeting space for friends and groups, but there are TVs for watching games on the weekend and the beer is mighty fine to boot, too (people love the Southern Pale Ale but I'm partial to the Vanilla Nut Brown or Pot Belly Porter). But I've never had a single bad sip—it's all good!
I love stopping by Ole Shed after work on Fridays for a pint (OK, three) or to pick up a growler on the way home; they do a lot of kegs for weddings and events in the area, too. While they don't prepare food at the taproom, they do now also have menus from Emil's so you can order delivery.
If you're coming from I-24, Ole Shed conveniently located on your route to/from Jack Daniel's (or George Dickel for that matter) so why not make it a boozy twofer and it up on the way back through?
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The "Greenway" starts in several places.
1.You can start at the Rocket Park next to the New Water Park (City Pool) on Collins, just go towards the Little League Field for the official start.
2. At the park behind the Tullahoma High School.
3. The big Church of Christ on Cedar Lane.
Great for walking, running, jogging, biking and strollers. This pathway is all paved. And there are benches to rest at several spots on the path. Also, there are public restrooms at the High School spot.
4 based on 5 reviews
pretty good walk to see springs after about half mile into walk i turned around my health would not let me do the hilly trail. pamphlet stated 300 yard easy walk was not correct we went here just for this i was disappointed i did not make it to falls
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