Thriving arts, culture & retail scene
Restaurants & Retail: Gallatin is home to nationally-recognized restaurant and
retail concepts and boasts a thriving locally-owned restaurant and retail scene.
Nashville, with its vast array of dining and shopping options, is just a short drive
Entertainment: Movie buffs will enjoy NCG Gallatin Cinema, a 10-screen
stadium-seating theater, and The Palace, a completely restored single-screen theater
built in 1908. The city is also home to dozens of other businesses that provide
entertainment options for the whole family.
Historic Square: Gallatin’s town square, built around the Sumner County
Courthouse, is highlighted by a beautiful public library, locally-owned restaurants,
coffee shops and boutiques and the historic Palace Theater.
Events: Annual events include the Sumner County Fair, held during the last week
of August, the Gallatin Christmas Parade, a Fall Festival held on the historic
town square and a summer concert series, also on the square.
Heritage: The Sumner County Museum in Gallatin houses a number of artifacts
of historical significance to the city and the county. The city has several buildings
listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Cragfont, Rosemont
and Trousdale Place.
Arts: Music and theater lovers have an array of options, with local musical groups and
community theater companies providing regular performances. Nearby Nashville is
home to a vibrant, ever-growing art scene with a variety of art museums, galleries, and
performing arts institutions. And Sumner County is home to a thriving artisan
Learn more about…
- The arts scene in the City of Gallatin
- Sumner County attractions
- Arts and culture in the Nashville area