Visit Manchester, TN

With five easy access points on Tennessee’s Interstate 24 within the city limits of Manchester, TN, visitors say Manchester is a must-visit as they travel through Tennessee. From Old Stone Fort State Park, to Bean’s Creek Winery, to internationally-renowned Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and beyond, Manchester is truly a can’t miss destination in Southern Middle Tennessee. Check out the resources below to plan the perfect “Manchester Experience” for you and your family!

Wide Selection of Lodging

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Kick back and relax in one of Manchester’s 1,200 hotel rooms in between your hiking expeditions, whoopi pie-eating, civil war tracing, and concert-going…  In fact, thanks to Manchester’s 13,000 squ ft “Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center,” you can share the Manchester Experience with groups of just about any size from a fun family reunion to a national professional conference!

 Wide Selection of Eateries

From commercial chains that you already know and love like O’Charley’s & Logan’s Roadhouse all the way to some local restaurants, bars, & bakeries that are sure to knock your socks off with their Southern fare, Manchester’s dining options are prepared to satisfy even the most selective foodies on Tennessee’s I-24!

Bonnaroo

The world turns its eyes upon Manchester, TN every June as we host Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Past headliners include Billy Joel, Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, Arcade Fire, The Beach Boys, Bruce Springstein, Metallica, Bob Dylan, and many more!

photo credit- © 2013 David Oppenheimer – Performance Impressions Concert Photography Archives – http://www.performanceimpressions.com

Manchester’s own Victorian-Folk style bed & breakfast, known as “The Leming House”, is a great example of the rich history for you to explore right off I-24 in Manchester.  In fact, the Leming House was recently added to the National Registry of Historic Places highlighting its namesake, John Leming’s, work in educational reform in the early 20th century.

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