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Lebanon is the county seat of Wilson County, which is in Middle Tennessee.


Lebanon is located in middle Tennessee between the Central Basin and the Cumberland Plateau.

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

Lebanon Municipal Airport
  • 1 Lebanon Municipal Airport (Tennessee) (FAA LID: M54). General aviation only Lebanon Municipal Airport (Q6511114) on Wikidata Lebanon Municipal Airport (Tennessee) on Wikipedia

By car[edit]

Lebanon is accessible by I-40 West/East, I-840, and US Highway 70 (Lebanon Road).

By train[edit]

  • Music City Star

Get around[edit]


The downtown area of Lebanon is home to the Capitol Theatre which originally opened in 1949 and is host to various events and stage productions throughout the year. The Wilson County Fairgrounds are also located in Lebanon and is home to the Wilson County Expo center along with Fiddlers Grove Historic Village which provides buildings and displays depicting the life of the early settlers in the area. The Wilson County Fair is held each fall and is one of the largest in the region with attendance that usually exceeds that of the Tennessee State Fair.



Lebanon Outlet Marketplace Most of the retail stores in this shopping complex are outlet stores offering discontinued or closeout items.





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Routes through Lebanon
NashvilleMount Juliet  W I-40.svg E  CookevilleKnoxville
MurfreesboroSmyrna  S I-840.svg N  END
NashvilleMount Juliet  W US 70.svg E  CrossvilleKnoxville
Bowling GreenScottsville  N US 231.svg S  MurfreesboroHuntsville
NashvilleMount Juliet  W Music City Star icon.png E  END

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