You will find plenty to do in Shelbyville and the surrounding Bedford County area. Here's a few links to get you started. If you are having trouble, just ask your host Dr. Vicky!
Since 1939 the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville is held each year for ten days ending on the Saturday before Labor Day when the World Grand Champion being crowned. Find more events like this at our Shelbyville Bedford County Chamber of Commerce.
Historic Downtown Square
Stroll our local shops on the historic Shelbyville Square, grab some coffee, tea, have lunch, visit antique shops, visit the historic courthouse, the Veterans Memorial Plaza, checkout the Shelbyville Bedford County Public Library and just off the Square is the historic Fisherman's Park Dam.
The Fly Art Center
Built in 1915, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, currently housing a performing arts theater, a reception hall, a local art gallery and a local history museum with locally dug arrow heads, Civil War, World War One, World War Two and historical memorabilia. Many events happen here!
Uncle Nearest, Inc.
Nearest Green Distillery is located at the former Sand Creek Farms in Shelbyville and currently includes the Welcome House, a bottling house, a working horse and cattle farm, and the Toppy's Copper Skies Bar.
Jack Daniel’s Hollow
Not far from Shelbyville is Lynchburg Tennessee where Cave Spring Hollow storytellers guide you through Jack Daniel’s distillery where one might learn some of the old-time the Tennessee whiskey making process.
George A. Dickel & Co.
Located between Shelbyville and Tullahoma in beautiful Cascade Hollow is the makers of George Dickel Whiskey. The drive itself is beautiful but check their website below to Visit Cascade Hollow Distilling Co.