Introduction to Mount Juliet, Tennessee
Mount Juliet, Tennessee, in Wilson county, is 15 miles E of Nashville, Tennessee. The city is conveniently located inside the Nashville metropolitan area.
Mount Juliet History
The city of Mt. Juliet was settled in 1835. It was officially incorporated in 1972. The city was named after a castle in County Kilkenny, Ireland. The city is a suburb of Nashville and situated in the Wilson County, which was established in 1799. St. Juliet is also the largest city in the county.
Mount Juliet and nearby Attractions
- Music Valley Wax Museum
- Gem and Mineral Museum of Tennessee
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Museum of Tobacco Art and History
- Drake’s Creek Park
Things To Do In Mount Juliet
Mount Juliet offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation. One can visit the Juro Stables, the Wave Country Amusement Park or the Nashville Shores while in Mount Juliet. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Music Valley Wax Museum are accessible from the city as well. The Mount Juliet Powwow attracts a number of tourist every year.
Mount Juliet Transportation
Air transportation facilities are available at Nashville International Airport.
Mount Juliet Higher Education
Facilities for higher education are available from Volunteer State Community College, Vanderbilt University, David Lipscomb University and Belmont University.