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Nolensville is connected to Downtown by a direct route down Nolensville Pike. Nolensville sits about 30 minutes outside of the urban core, and has access to I-24, I-440 and I-65 interstates.

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A brief history:

Nolensville was founded by William Nolen in 1797.  The town grew quickly and was first incorporated in 1838 with specific town limits as well as identifying 23 numbered lots and 3 unnumbered lots with owners names associated with each lot.  In the early 1800s, churches and schools for both blacks and whites were established which served the small agricultural community.  Nolensville was heavily impacted by the Civil War.   The town provided confederate soldiers, as well as fighting many skirmishes around the town.  Following the war, the town continued to grow as a small, rural community in the northeast corner of Williamson County and in 1996, re-incorporated as the Town of Nolensville



  • Nolensville Park
  • Cane Ridge Park
  • Mill Creek Park & Greenway


  • Outlander’s Southern Chicken
  • Southern Hospitality Diner
  • Nolen’s Place
  • Amish Country Market at the Feed Mill
  • Highway 55 Burgers Shakes and Fries
  • Mama’s Java


  • Polka Dots and Happy Thoughts
  • Three French Hens Antiques
  • The Peacock Lane
  • Nolensville Farmer’s Market
  • Roses and Rustics
  • The Painted Dragonfly
  • The Village Antiques and Gifts
  • Nolensville Toy Shop
  • Daisy Mays
  • Estelle’s Barn Antiques


  • Williamson County Rec Center with Pool
  • Nearby: Arrington Vineyards

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