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Hohenwald, TN

Hohenwald is the county seat of Lewis County and convenient to the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Enjoy exploring downtown Hohenwald, where you can shop, browse local art galleries, or see a show at the Strand Theatre. Grab a map from the Chamber of Commerce Office and take a drive on the National Scenic Byway, Natchez Trace Parkway. Find the grave and monument of famed explorer Meriwether Lewis, captain of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, for whom Lewis County was named. Learn about his achievements and hear the riveting story of his mysterious death.


Attractions in Hohenwald, TN

culture
The Elephant Sanctuary

The Sanctuary's Elephant Discovery Center offers hands-on, self-guided exhibits that teach visitors about the differences between the species and the ecological role elephants play in the wild, and tell the stories of the elephants that reside at The Sanctuary. READ MORE.

history
Lewis County Museum

Exhibits on early American Settlement, the Civil War, one of the largest collections of wild game trophies in the western hemisphere, and the original stones that covered the grave of Meriwether Lewis for over 150 years. The Discovery Center, on the Museum campus, allows visitors to explore the relationship between humans and nature and then see how humans have adapted to the environment. READ MORE.

history
Meriwether Lewis Park and monument

At milepost 385.9 on Natchez Trace parkway, you can visit the monument at Meriwether Lewis’s grave and see interpretive exhibits in a log cabin near the site of Grinder's Stand, the inn where he stayed. READ MORE.

history
Hohenwald Depot

Now restored, this 1896 depot welcomed new settlers to the area. Later, it witnessed visits from Thomas Edison and William Wrigley, and served as a work site for German prisoners of war during World War II. Today it is the official visitors center of Hohenwald and Lewis County where you’ll find a hot cup of coffee, friendly folks, and information on the beautiful area. READ MORE.

The Strand Theatre & Art Gallery

Built in 1939 and restored in 2007, the Strand Theatre Hohenwald features live music, plays and more throughout the year. READ MORE.

shopping
Millie’s Antiques

Located two miles west of the Natchez Trace parkway, specializing in fine-quality eclectic furniture from the turn of the century to the 60s. READ MORE.