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Pulaski, TN - Attractions

Pulaski, TN - Attractions

To get to Pulaski take I-65 South from Nashville. Exit West at the Pulaski / Frankewing exit onto Hwy. 64. Follow Hwy. 64 into Pulaski.

Pulaski is Just Down The Road © from:
Frankewing, Goodspring & Lawrenceburg.

Brown-Daly-Horne House (Colonial Bank of Tennessee) - built in 1855 and purchased by Governor John C. Brown in 1869. One of the best examples of Queen Anne style in the state. Located at: 307 West Madison, Pulaski, TN 38478. You can call them at: 931-363-1582 for additional information.

Giles County Collectible &Antique Tour - take yourself on a driving tour of antique gift, collectibles and antique shops around the county. Stop in or call the Giles County Chamber of Commerce for a brochure. Giles County Chamber of Commerce contact information is at the top of the page.

Giles County Courthouse - Erected in 1909, the neoclassical building is marked by tall Corinthian columns. Inside, a balcony encircles the third floor and 16 caryatids (female faces) hold up the arched vault of the rotunda with stained-glass skylight. In the cupola, the 1858 bell strikes the hour. Located at: Public Square, Pulaski, TN 38478. You can call them for additional information by dialing: 931-363-5300.

Giles County Historical Museum- Houses county historical artifacts and genealogical records. Located at: Second Street, Pulaski, TN 38478, or call them for additional information at: 931-363-2720.

Milky Way Farms - Milky Way farm, built by Mars Candy Co. founder Frank C. Mars in 1932. Is open to the public by appointment for group tours, luncheons, dinners, weddings, receptions and other events. The English Tudor mansion boasts 21 bedrooms, 12 baths, and the largest dining table in Tennessee. Call them at 931-363-9769.

Sam Davis Museum - The museum stands on the spot where the "Boy Hero of the Confederacy" was executed on Nov. 27, 1863. Captured behind enemy lines with damaging information in his possession, Davis faced death by hanging rather than betray his source. The museum contains Civil War memorabilia as well as leg worn by young Sam Davis. Viewing may be arranged through the Giles County Chamber of Commerce. The museum is located on: Sam Davis Ave. Give 'em a call at 931-363-3789 for more information.

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