Welcome to Spring Hill, Tennessee!

Located between Williamson County and Maury County and just 30 minutes from Nashville.

Spring Hill is a rapidly growing small town with Southern Hospitality to spare.  Home to White-Blair House, The McKissack House, Ferguson Hall, White Hall, Ewell Farm, Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, Grace Episcopal Church, Oaklawn, Spring Hill Battlefield and more.

Other points of interest in the surrounding counties are: James K. Polk Home, Rattle¬†& Snap, The Carter House, Carnton Plantation, Historic Downtown Franklin, St. John’s Church, Zion Presbyterian Church, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, The Athenaeum Rectory and more.

Area Events include: Mule Day, Main Street Festival, Town & Country Tour of Homes, Brentwood Pearfest, Franklin Rodeo, Tennessee Renaissance Festival, Jazz in June, Bluegrass on the Harpeth, Franklin Jazz Festival, Rippavilla Civil War Battle Re-Enactment, Candlelight Tour of Homes, Dickens of a Christmas, Williamson County Fair and more.