Come in and enjoy some hickory-smoked pulled BBQ, homemade vinegar slaw, and BBQ baked beans.
After visiting the site of Meriwether Lewis’ death and monument that marks his grave, drive into the downtown area to visit the Lewis County Museum of Natural History. The exhibit on Meriwether Lewis includes the key to the cabin where he died. Exhibits on early American Settlement, the Civil War, and Gordonsburg mining will give you a better understanding of what you will see in Lewis County. The museum also contains one of the largest collections of wild game trophies in the western hemisphere. The recorded voices of Dan and Margaret Maddox, who acquired the collection over half a century, guide you through the exhibits.
Few other places have such a diverse mix of sites all packed into a small area-an Amish and Mennonite settlement and General Store, home to two wineries along the Natchez Trace Wine Trail, working Alpaca and horse farms, a 1960’s commune, antique shops with small town prices, unique clothing and gift stores, specialty restaurants, horseback riding trails, even the nation’s largest natural habitat refuge developed specifically for endangered African and Asian elephants.
Hohenwald/Lewis County Chamber of Commerce
Come in and enjoy homemade pizza and more.
Want to get in a little golf?
A great place to picnic!
Tired of the hustle and bustle? Come experience our scenic trails on horseback.
Visit the Amish and Mennonite community, 5 minutes from the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Come take a stroll along various trails and visit the monument and gravesite of the Captain of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Take a dip in the cool waters down by the waterfall.
A hiking trail with beautiful scenery.
Relax on the patio deep in the hills of Lewis County, Tennessee.
Produces fine wines of superior quality ranging from bold dry reds to novelty fruit wines with a peaceful and tranquil setting in which to enjoy.
Enjoy the artwork of local, regional, and national artists on display in the gallery.
Living up to the slogan “Always a good show.”
Come walk through a time line of local history and an exploration of exotic animals from around the world.
Good food, good service, good atmosphere.
Elephants??? in Tennessee???