Introduction to Fairview, Tennessee
Fairview, Tennessee, in Williamson county, is 22 miles SW of Nashville, Tennessee. The city is included in the Nashville metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 5,800 people lived in Fairview.
Fairview was officially incorporated as a city in 1959, under the Uniform City Manager-Commission Charter. Williamson County was the site for a number of major battles during the Civil War, including the Battle of Brentwood and the Battle of Franklin. The county has more historical sites than in any county outside of Virginia.
Fairview and nearby Attractions
- Edwin Warner Park
- Maggie's Bark Park
- Montgomery Bell State Park
- Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art
- Rare Prints Gallery
- Carter House
Things To Do In Fairview
Fairview offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation, including the Edwin Warner Park and the Blackhorse Park at Fieldstone Farms. The Rare Prints Gallery and the Carter House are popular local historical spots. One can also visit the Bellevue Cinema 12 while in Fairview.
Nashville International Airport is nearby.
Fairview Higher Education
Tennessee State University, Nashville State Technical Institute, Columbia State Community College and Belmont University provide programs for higher studies.