Introduction to McMinnville, Tennessee
McMinnville was founded in 1810. It was named after Joseph McMinn, a governor of Tennessee. McMinnville is the county seat of Warren County, and also the largest city in the county. The county was established in 1807. The city is also nicknamed the "Nursery Capital of the World."
McMinnville and nearby Attractions
- Brady Hughes Beasley Archives and Museums
- Heritage Alliance Center and South School of Photography Museum
- Rock Island State Park
- Old Stone Fort State Park Golf Course
- Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park
Things To Do In McMinnville
McMinnville has a number of parks that provide amenities for several different types of recreational opportunities. Local festivals include the Dottie West Music Festival and the Warren County Fair.
Air transportation is available from Nashville International Airport.
McMinnville Higher Education
Tennessee Technology Center at McMinnville is the local institution of higher education. Others in the neighborhood include Motlow State Community College, Tennessee Technological University and Middle Tennessee State University.