Introduction to Tullahoma, Tennessee
Tullahoma was established in 1852 as a work camp. The name Tullahoma is derived from a Choctaw word meaning red rock. Tulkahoma later became Tullahoma after the name was corrupted. The city was incorporated in 1852.
Tullahoma and nearby Attractions
- Staggerwing Museum
- Big Spring Park
- Tullahoma Plaza Shopping Center
- Tullahoma Golf And Country Club
Things To Do In Tullahoma
The North Atlantic Street Historic District, Big Spring Park and Southside Park offer various facilities for recreation and entertainment. Shopping is available at the Northgate Mall Shopping Center and the Tullahoma Plaza Shopping Center. Local churches include the Spring Creek Church and Saint Paul’s Catholic Church. Local celebrations include the Fine Arts Festival.
Nashville International is the nearest major airport.
Tullahoma Higher Education
The city is home to the Motlow State Community College. Other local institutions of higher education include Middle Tennessee State University, the University of Alabama at Huntsville, David Lipscomb University and Columbia State Community College.