1544 Bear Creek Pike
Columbia, TN 38401
Phone: (931) 388-2500
Fax: (931) 388-2595
1544 Bear Creek Pike, Columbia, TN, US, 38401
- Phone: (931) 388-2500
- Fax: (931) 388-2595
Established in 1877, the Grace Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. The majestic church building was designed by noted architect P.J.Williamson, and constructed in the Carpenter Gothic Style. The well-maintained edifice has numerous striking features including the stained glass windows and original woodwork. There have been numerous additions to the original structure over the years to enhance its beauty.
Set along the banks of the free flowing Duck River that is an anglers paradise replete with exotic species of mussels and fish, the city of Columbia claims to be the "Mule capital of the world". An ode to the mules is paid every year on April Fools Day. Incorporated in 1817, this was a prosperous agricultural town which had its share of heritage attractions, ancestral homes and plantations. Columbia came into the limelight once again in 2009 when Hannah Montana was filmed here.
St. Peter's Episcopal Church is located at Columbia, Tennessee. This historic church dates back to the 1860s era and comes under the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. It was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The College Grove Methodist Church was built as well as designed in 1888 by by T.G. Slate. In 1988, it was entered into the National Register of Historic Places.
Williamson Medical Center serves the communities of Brentwood and Franklin, ten miles south of downtown. In addition to providing emergency and in-patient services, the hospital specializes in advanced treatment and medical research of oncology and sports medicine. Disease prevention and health maintenance programs, such as blood pressure screenings and cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes.
The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Franklin, Tennessee. Built in 1831, this church is a fine example of Gothic Revival style architecture and features red brick exteriors and gable roofs with elegantly designed stained glass windows. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Get just about anywhere in Franklin on these state-of-the-art trolleys. They operate on clean-burning biodiesel fuel and have heating and air conditioning to keep you comfortable. Trolley stops are color-coded. Off-Route pick-ups and drop-offs can be available but reservations are required. Call for a map of stop locations and schedules.
This nationally known car rental company provides a wide array of high quality vehicles plus offers free pickup and delivery services.
Something for everyone is available at this recreation complex that includes indoor and outdoor swimming pools, two full size gyms, an indoor walking track, racquetball courts, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a multipurpose room, a weight room, and an aerobics room.