Introduction to Millersville, Tennessee
Millersville, Tennessee, in Davidson county, is 11 miles N of Nashville, Tennessee. The city is conveniently located inside the Nashville metropolitan area.
Millersville is said to have been named after a revenue agent who was killed while searching for illegal stills in the area. The city is situated in Sumner County, which was established in 1786 and named in honor of Jethro Sumner, a war hero in the American Revolution.
Millersville and nearby Attractions
- Museum of Beverage Containers & Advertising
- Death Valley Haunted Woods of Hendersonville
- Music Valley Wax Museum
- Museum of Tobacco Art and History
- Moss Wright Park
- Isaac Litton Metro Park
Things To Do In Millersville
Opportunites for outdoor recreation are available at the Moss Wright Park and Pleasant Green Park. The Museum of Beverage Containers & Advertising and the Museum of Tobacco Art and History are accessible from Millersville as well.
Nashville International Airport provides facilities for air transportation.
Millersville Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued at Vanderbilt University, Volunteer State Community College, Belmont University and Tennessee State University.