3731 Pulaski Hwy.
Cornersville, TN 37047
Phone: (931) 293-2111
Fax: (931) 293-4778
The Wilkinson-Martin House is a significant mansion of the Pulaski region of the U.S. State of Tennessee. The house is also famously referred to as the Sims House and dates back to the 1830s era. It enticingly traces the Federal style of architecture, and is also included in the National Register of Historic Places. Presently utilized as a community center, you can rent the place for private events.
This house is a beautiful and historic home which was once purchased by Governor John C. Brown.
The esteemed First Presbyterian Church in Pulaski is a distinguished Presbyterian Church structure in Pulaski, Tennessee. It is precisely sited at 202 S. Second Street. It encompasses less than one acre of land area and occupies great historic importance. It was constructed in 1882. The ancient church is an accurate model of the Gothic style of architecture. It features on the National Register of Historic Places. Various activities organized on a typical Wednesday and Sunday can be looked into by visiting their official website.
Visit this historical home which was once owned by prominent businessman and the founder of Martin college, Thomas Martin.
Hallehurst is an architechural and historical gem. It is the only neo-classical pattern of its kind in Giles County. The house and grounds have remained virtually unchanged for more than a century, built by Giles County's first millionaire, Senator Newton H. White.
A park restored for you to explore the Civil War history in wild caves and see many different formations. There is also many other outdoor activities.
You'll see a replica of the historic Stone Bridge and Pristine Cascade at this beautiful park that also includes two historic log cabins, a visitor center, and numerous recreational activities.
This two level Greek style building called the Elm Springs is the name of a lovely house that existed before the Civil War. This beautiful red structure had an amazing entrance with the long white pillars which was attached to the roof. The beautiful land of grass that laid in front of the the mansion was stunning and make this a great historical visit place for the people as it reflects the history of the old times.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans is dedicated to preserving the history and legacy of the Confederacy.
This is the home of James K. Polk explore how he began his political career.
The Athenaeum Rectory was formerly a clergy house for the Columbia Female Institute. The building structure was completely constructed in 1837 and has adapted the Gothic and Moorish styles of architecture. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, this recently refurbished building hosts exhibitions on a regular basis.
Offering 5,345 acres of wetlands with wildlife and plant observations.