Fiddlers Grove Historical Village is located on the grounds of the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon, Tennessee.
The Village consists of forty-nine restored or replicated historical buildings and artifacts which tell the story of Lebanon and Wilson County. Buildings include a train museum, general store, post office, radio station, funeral home, chapel and school house.
Fiddlers Grove’s mission is to preserve the history of the citizens of Wilson County through the preservation of buildings, artifacts, and oral and written histories. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held on April 17, 1991. The village was named by Dr. G. Frank Burns, a local popular historian, educator and author. The name was chosen for one of Lebanon’s first settlers, Edward (Neddy) Jacobs, a legendary fiddler who often played his fiddle at his cabin by the Town Spring.
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