His charming region of Tennessee is anchored by a band of uniquely charming towns. From Columbia to Pulaski, each carries a rhythm of laidback luxury, layered in history and Southern comfort. THE HOT LIST Stroll through Pulaski’s Milky Way Farm, the historic property built by Franklin Mars, who invented the famous nickel candy bar—The Milky Way—in the early 1920s. At more than 1,000 acres, the farm features breathtaking interior décor and craftsmanship in the Manor House, as well as nearby trails and natural streams. Mule Day, Columbia ICONIC EXPERIENCES A George Dickel Tennessee Whisky tour in Tullahoma introduces the finest of Tennessee spirits in an impressionable format. From rye to barrel select blends, take home the distillery’s acclaimed secrets to elevate one’s own craft liquor selection. FREE ATTRACTION The Historic Lynchburg Square takes tourists back to its late 1800s origins, uncovering historic landmarks, unique shops and quaint museums. LOCAL FLAVOR Sit at the old-school, diner-style counter at Honey’s Restaurant in Fayetteville, and sink your teeth into an original “slawburger” for a true taste of a Tennessee tradition. THE UNEXPECTED The hunting is always good at Double D Quail Farm and Preserve in Lynnville, where plenty of healthy quail, guided hunting trips and convenient cleaning services make bird hunting a snap. Main Street has done a wonderful job of revitalizing downtown Lawrenceburg and letting the rest of the world know why it is such a great place to be! —Clint Alley via Faceb
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