Wartrace Chamber of CommerceP.O. Box 543Wartrace, Tennessee 37183(931) 240-0300
WelcomeWartrace has been described as the "little town where time stands still". That's probably because our small village, nestled in the gently rolling hills of south central Tennessee, hasn't changed much since our Grandparents were kids. It's hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city and suburbs, amid scenic Walking Horse farms, and yet is only an hour's drive from Nashville, Chattanooga and Huntsville. Yes, we may be off the beaten path but Wartrace is the home of internationally renowned hand-crafted guitars, a world class live music venue and destination hotel, a historic ultra-marathon that attracts runners from around the world, the oldest one-night horse show in Tennessee and the popular Wartrace MusicFest, held the first weekend in June. We're proud of our collection of stately historic homes and commercial buildings, some built before the civil war. Our entire downtown and most of the residential district is on the National Register of Historic Places. Since it's founding in 1853 Wartrace has been host to the oldest railroad line in the state, lived through the skirmishes and encampments of the Tullahoma Campaign, and is still proud to be the birthplace of the world famous Tennessee Walking Horse. For a glimpse of genuine Americana….the way it used to be, visit historic Wartrace, Tennessee.