The Wynnewood State Historic Site, Home Of The State’s Largest Log Cabin, Is Hiding Right Outside Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee, has its fair share of history, from the famed Grand Ole Opry to the historic bars that stud the downtown Broadway area. You’ll find historic homes tucked away in the hills and country music history all over town, but it’s in nearby Sumner County that you’ll find the largest surviving log structure in the state of Tennessee. If you live in Nashville, a trip to Wynnewood State Historic Site is bound to leave you in awe. Learn more about this historic gem below!

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There’s nothing better than experiencing local history first hand, and a visit to Wynnewood State Historic Site is no different. Locals rave about this neat step back in time, and we have a feeling this is a living museum you won’t want to miss. Learn more about your own trip to the Wynnewood State Historic Site with a visit to its official website or Facebook page.

You can find out more interesting facts about Nashville’s history with a visit to the eerie Bell family farm.

Address: 210 Old Hwy 25, Castalian Springs, TN 37031, USA