Visit beautiful David Crockett State Park in Lawrenceburg, TN. Named for the famous Davy Crockett,the park includes two campgounds, a restaurant, hiking, biking and walking trials, boating, swimming, and cabin rentals.
Location: Off hwy 64, one-half mile west of Lawrenceburg
Tourists can choose from two top notch courses in Lawrence County. They are the Dixie Oaks Golf Club in Summertown or the course at the Lawrenceburg Golf and Country Club near David Crockett State Park.
Book your next tour with First Class Charter, LLC. Call to check out the tour bus schedule or to schedule a tour of your own. Their professional staff will be happy to assist you.
Location: On Buffalo Rd, one mile north of Hwy 64
Since 1944, the Amish Community has been an intrinsic part of the Lawrence County area. They are committed to living a modest lifestyle, avoiding the use of modern conveniences such as electricity and motor vehicles. As a valued part of the Lawrence County area, they specialize in agriculture and homemade crafts. Living in the Ethridge community of Lawrence County, they total approximately 200 families.
Location: Ethridge, TN
Need a family outing or just some time to sit back and relax? Crockett Cinemas offers the best in the most recent movies available. Their movie theater features state of the art digital projectors and surround sound for your entertainment enjoyment. Call for movie features and show times.
Location: 2128 North Locust Avenue in Lawrenceburg
Take a tour of the Amish Community with Amish Country Horse and Mule. Your tour will consist of traveling through Amish Country with stops along the way to visit and shop with the local Amish residents located in the Ethridge area. Step back in time as you are sure to enjoy the nostalgia associated with a time without the use of electricity, modern appliances, or technology.
Location: 1016 Brewer Rd, Ethridge, TN 38456
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444 miles drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history. Used by American Native Indians known as the “Kaintucks,” explorers, and early settlers, the old trace plays a very important role in American History. The trace runs from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville TN.
The Old Jail Museum is non-profit and solely for the benefit of the community. Please come out and help support our counties local history.
The Museum is open for visitors Monday through Friday from 10am – 2pm.
The Old Jail Museum offers a unique perspective into the history of Lawrence County. Many Items are on display at the museum and cover a wide range of Lawrence County’s past. There are many Items on display at the museum.
Location: Waterloo Street
Phone: 931-212-1944 Click Here to Contact Old Jail Museum
The glorious history of Southern Gospel Music comes alive in the James D. Vaughan Museum in historic Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. The museum honors the “Father of Southern Gospel Music, James D. Vaughan, who sponsored the first professional southern gospel quartets, established the first southern gospel magazine, recorded the first southern gospel quartets, established the first southern gospel music radio station and taught the South how to sing with the renowned Vaughan School of Music.
James D. Vaughan published millions of shape note songbooks from this building on the Lawrenceburg Square. The Vaughan music enterprise included music publishing, song writing, radio and the famous Vaughan School of Music, all headquartered on the public square in historic downtown Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.
Location: 25 Public Square
Lawrenceburg’s art deco Crockett Theatre was built in 1950, complete with a custom-laid terrazzo lobby floor, and is one of the few theatres from this era still operating in the United States. It is listed on the National Historic Registry and has been lovingly refurbished by the Crockett Theatre Board.
Location: 205 N Military Ave
Phone: 931-762-4231 Click Here to Contact Crockett Theater
David Crockett’s Home
Here David Crockett lived from 1817 to 1822. He was one of the commissioners who laid out the county and selected the site of Lawrenceburg, a colonel in the militia, justice of the peace, member of the legislature and operator of several industries on Shoal Creek during his residence here.
The cabin-museum is open daily for self-guided tours.
Location: Just south of the Lawrenceburg Square