This charming treasure of Williamson County has an array of attractions to make your trip worthwhile. Enjoy mild, pleasant climate all year round. Explore fascinating art works by local artists. Galleries such as The Cooper Fox, Leiper’s Creek Gallery and David Arms attract visitors from different parts of the world. Culture lovers and antique enthusiasts will find shops and stores offering a regional mix of style and history. At day’s end, all roads lead to live music.
Have you ever wondered why you find one gallery more interesting over another? Could it be the beautiful art works on display or exquisite interiors? It’s usually something to subtle. However, Leiper’s Fork Art Gallery has a bit of everything from breathtaking artworks, incredible ambience and sparkling interiors. Explore beautiful art works by great artists including Anton Weiss, Kem Alexander, Butler Steltemeier and Michael Shane Neal. In addition, the art gallery has lovely open air rooms with incandescent lights and tall ceilings.
Also located here is the original Puckett’s Grocery Store. For those with little or no idea about Puckett’s, they are one of the finest culinary and musical staples in Nashville. Other attractions to explore with your partner include Franklin Theatre, the first air-conditioned building in town; and Serenite Maison, a charming shop selling fabulous jewelry, garden vessels and several gift items.
Leiper’s Fork is an amazing destination around Nashville people know little about. Its shopping combined with its fascinating history, great attractions and unique culture makes for a wonderful vacation spot. Visiting Leiper’s Fork, the only historic town in Tennessee, is like taking a trip back in time.