Attractions in Pulaski, TN
Amongst the other various things to do, Pulaski features several key attractions for both residents and visitors to keep themselves entertained. These, combined with the local and regional events, restaurants and shopping make Pulaski and the surrounding region an inviting place to live.
The Trail of Tears in the 1830s was a forced relocation and movement of American Indians from their homelands in the Deep South to Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma. Countless Indians suffered from exposure, disease and starvation while journeying to their new destination, and Giles County is paying tribute to their courageous efforts.
The Civil War ended more than a century ago, but standing on the windswept, open fields a few miles south of Pulaski near the Minor Hill community, the conflict feels much more immediate. Boy Hero of the Confederacy
Pulaski-Giles County is rich with Civil War history and has an assortment of other culturally significant things to see and do. Whether you simply love to learn or indulge in the arts, Pulaski-Giles County provides art and culture around every corner. Home to History
To see an exciting, high-energy play or musical in Giles County, performing arts patrons need only head to the same place like-minded people turned 140 years ago – the opera house on Pulaski’s town square. The historic building is the new home of the Southern Tennessee Area Arts Repertory, a nonprofit community theater organization that presents a different play or musical every six weeks.