Welcome to BELL BUCKLE
Bell Buckle, Tennessee, a railroad village of preserved and restored Victorian homes and churches, is nestled among the hills, farmland, and walking horse country of Bedford County, Tennessee. Downtown Bell Buckle has charming and eclectic shops, eateries and colorful down-home festivals.
Neighborhood KeywordsHistoric Cozy Quiet & Serene Quaint Off the Beaten Path Country Life
Bell Buckle has become known for its antiques, quilts, handmade crafts, country music, home cooking and Southern hospitality.
Bell Buckle personifies country life. It's the perfect place to take a leisurely stroll and disconnect.
Housing in Bell Buckle ranges from small ranch homes to farmhouses with pastures and rolling hills. Good deals can still be found here.
The delightful small town of Bell Buckle dates back to 1852, established by local merchant A.D. Fugitt. The Bell Buckle area was settled in the early 19th century. A bustling town grew up after the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad came through the area in 1852. A railroad depot was built in 1853, and the town was incorporated in 1856. The downtown area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Bell Buckle Historic District.
Bell Buckle is the perfect place for someone that wants to be within an hour of Nashville but still be away from it all. Reasonable prices can be found whether you're looking for a weekend getaway or a beautiful piece of land to build your dream home on.
Bell Buckle is full of unique venues and rich heritage. The town is part of the Jack Trail, one of the 16 regional trails in Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways, your pass to the backroads that will help you discover what lies off the beaten path in Tennessee. The Bell Buckle Cafe is fast becoming a center for musical talent from all over Middle Tennessee. Every Saturday, a radio show is recorded live from the cafe.
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- To BNA 54 minutes by Car
- To Downtown Nashville 1 hour by Car