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The Drouillard House in Dickson, TN is a Victorian-style retreat and conference center in the Cumberland Furnace.
The Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN is a performing arts and education center that offers classes to residents. It also houses the PBS show "Tennessee's Wild Side".
The Grand Ole Opry House's Fiddler, Hoot Hester, resides in Dickson, TN.
At the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, the history of the Dickson, TN area and the railroad that forever transformed it are brought to life for residents and visitors.
The Dickson, TN area has some serious native talent when it comes to traditional crafts like cooking, quilting and glassmaking.
Downtown Dickson, TN is in revitalization stages, making it an even more exciting place to shop and dine.
The Grand Old Hatchery in Dickson, TN is a live music club with an in-house band, dancing, and contests.
The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum in Dickson, TN is a historical hotel and non-profit museum that explores old railroad history.
Dickson, TN has many area festivals such as the Charlotte Festival and the Charlotte Easter Egg Hunt.
The Dickson Stampede Days Rodeo hosts many professional rodeo performers at the festival each June.
Rural Dickson is home to an agriculture industry that is vital to its economy including family farms that double as tourist destinations. The 3,700-acre Montgomery Bell State Park, with 12 miles of hiking trails and three lakes, and the Renaissance Center, a state-of-the-art performing arts facility, also attract visitors. Residents benefit from quality schools and relaxed living options, health care from Horizon Medical Center and proximity to Nashville.
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