Introduction to Lynchburg, Tennessee
Lynchburg is the county seat of Moore County. Moore County was founded in 1872. The Town of Lynchburg has only one traffic light. The area is famous for its Jack Daniels distillery, the oldest licensed distillery in the US.
Lynchburg and nearby Attractions
- Alabama Constitution Village
- U.S. Space & Rocket Center
- Burritt on the Mountain
- Russell Cave National Monument
- Monte Sano State Park
- Tennessee Walking Horse Museum
Things To Do In Lynchburg
While in Lynchburg, one must visit the Jack Daniel’s Distillery, which is the most popular landmark in the town. Henry Horton State Park, Tims Ford State Park and the Old Stone Fort State Park provide amusement and recreation facilities to visitors and residents alike. The Huntsville Museum of Art, the Discovery Center at Murfree Springs and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center are all accessible from Lynchburg as well. The Music Festival is hosted by the city every August.
Nashville International Airport offers air transportation facilities.
Lynchburg Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Motlow State Community College, the University of Alabama Huntsville and David Lipscomb University.