Sleep Inn & Suites
150 S. Eastgate Court
Lebanon, TN 37090
Phone: (615) 449-7005
Fax: (615) 449-5242
150 S. Eastgate Court , Lebanon, TN, US, 37090
- Phone: (615) 449-7005
- Fax: (615) 449-5242
This state of the art movie theatre shows hit, Hollywood movies and offers great concessions. The perfect spot for a low-key night out!
The Mill at Lebanon is a perfect example of economic and environmental reuse. The building was originally a wool mill, and it is officially on the National Register of Historic Places. The Mill has individual lofts that are available for commercial use as well as venues available for special events and occasions.
Join the citizens of Lebanon for a traditional Fourth of July celebration. Fun for the whole family.
Visit Lebanon in July for this celebration of Applachian-style square dancing. There will be music, fiddles, food, and fun for everyone. Friday night's entertainment will feature fireworks. A Kidfest will host a petting zoo, obstacle course, and rock wall climbing. Crafts offered will include stained glass, wrought iron, copper work, wood carving, dolls, quilts, and ceramics. Held in September.
The whole family will enjoy tons of entertainment, games, rides, contests, exhibits, and delicious food at the annual Wilson County Fair. Held in August.
This two-day event will deliver excitement at over 200 miles per hour! Friday night's activities include a qualifying race and a pro series race, and the Firestone 200 race will be Saturday night.
With stores such as Talbots, Coldwater Creek, Ann Taylor Loft, Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works, Cache, Gymboree, Justice for Kids, this outdoor mall offers customers all the best shopping in a very appealing setting. The streets are lined with sidewalks and streetlamps and the center square includes a grassy lawn, park benches, a kid-friendly fountain, and a complete sound system which offers a musical backdrop for shoppers. A few restaurants, a local ice cream parlor, a Barnes and Noble and a Regal Cinema Multiplex compliment the shops and offer more options for guests to this outdoor shopping experience. Located just northeast of Nashville, this shopping area will become the epicenter of a new development plan called Indian Lake Village.
With delicious food from the onsite Legends Grill, thrilling video games and electronic scoreboards, Hermitage Lanes is a great place to bring the whole family. Have the kids practice on the lane next to with bumpers, while the adults bowl for strikes and turkeys. This fun bowling alley also rents out space for kids birthday parties and corporate events, making it the ideal place to celebrate and let loose.
Holder Family Fun Center offers guests a 24-hour recreational getaway. While the main activity is bowling, this indoor fun center also includes billiards, darts, an arcade and a snack bar. The 11th Frame Lounge bar area inside the center is reserved for ages 21 and over and offers live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays, a weekly writer's night, a poker tournament and weekly karaoke. Monthly bowling specials and league information are listed on the center's website and Facebook page. Group rates, party packages and reloadable arcade cards are also available. -Lynn-nore Chittom
The Hendersonville Church of Christ is one of the largest churches in the Hendersonville community. Serving most of Hendersonville and Goodlettsville, this church provides Christian programs and religious education for children, youth, young adults, singles, couples, and senior adults. The church also operates an annexed area that serves as the location for a variety of youth activities and many educational meetings. Summer camp options for tweens and teens are provided at the church's camp location, Whispering Pines. This church also provides a preschool and kindergarten program with an excellent reputation for graduating students with high achievement records. The church facilities are also occasionally used for community events. -Lynn-nore Chittom
It would only be fitting for Nashville, the place where musical prodigies congregate on every block, to have a venue where mega-stars regularly perform. Order a beer, chow down on some pizza and enjoy a night of rhythmic country tunes on the lawn area for cheap.
Open on weekends, the Stardust Drive-In Theatre combines the nostalgia of drive-in theaters from yesteryear and modern technology from today. Drive to the theater and watch a film in the comfort of your own car while listening to the movie's sound through a FM radio station. This movie theater shows first run shows and offers fantastic double features for the price of a singe ticket.