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City Statistics

Climate average 52 inches of rain a year, 3in of snow, and 209 sunny days and a 7.3 out of 10 on comfort index!
Demographics White: 77.68% 
Black or African American: 14.25% 
Two or more races: 3.55% 
Asian: 2.49%

Located in the center of Sumner County and just 23 minutes from Nashville, Gallatin lives up to its motto, “True Grit. Amazing Grace.” The city is nestled next to Old Hickory Lake, a popular destination for fishing and watersports, and offers a variety natural landscapes for visitors to explore. Gallatin is steeped in history, given that the city was founded in 1802 and touts famous faces who have walked Gallatin’s streets such as President Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, and Governor William Trousdale. During the Civil War, Gallatin was captured in February 1862 by Union forces due to the city’s important location on the Cumberland River. Today Gallatin is thriving with unique shopping boutiques, delicious dining options, family-friendly festivals, and a memorable historic downtown square that is sure to make you glad you visited Gallatin!


This beautiful area of Middle Tennessee just outside of Nashville is home to Old Hickory Lake, a perfect destination for boating, fishing, kayaking, and a relaxing view! Explore our country music heritage, as many major stars have called Sumner County home including Johnny  Cash, June Carter Cash, Taylor Swift, Thomas Rhett, Roy Orbison, Conway Twitty, and lots more! Eat at our delicious restaurants that range from down-home southern cooking to unique, international cuisines. Discover our connection to American history, as we were founding 1786, before the State of Tennessee! 


Things To Do

Historic Rose Mont

Sumner County Museum

Douglass-Clark House

Sumner County Tourism Visitor Central

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