Waynesboro Town Square
Tennessee State Hwy 13 and Hwy 64 meet at Waynesboro Court Square. The standing county courthouse, contemporary in design was looked upon as a state of the art structure at the time of its construction during the late 1970's. A stroll across the courthouse lawn and on toward the gazebo reveals a county rich in history through the monuments and memorials dedicated to those who have served our country with honor and valor.
Antiques and specialty items can be found in shops around court square, along with a delicious mix of local cuisine. Begin your shopping experience on the north side of Waynesboro square with a visit to the Antique Mall of Waynesboro. Multiple vendors keep the mall stocked with antique furnishings, collectibles and glassware. As you stroll up the street, be sure to stop in and say "Hello" to Carl Griggs, owner of Carl's Music Studio.
Time to rest? Hungry, yet? A full-service fine dining experience awaits you at Emeralds Restaurant, along the west side of court square. Known for their home-made pizzas, Emeralds' menu also features several varieties of pasta and sandwiches. Open every day from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. Dress is casual and atmosphere is fun!
On the south side of the Square, visit the Wagon Wheel Café. Enjoy shopping in the country store then grab a bucket of roasted peanuts to eat while you choose from a variety of menu selections in the café. Store and café are open daily.
Sherry's offers locally hand-crafted cultured pearl and Greek leather jewelry, a variety of ladies clothing, handbags and accessories and a full-line of Merle Norman skincare products.
So Cute Boutique offers beautifully designed ladies clothing and accessories.
New 2015! Bradley's Restaurant is now serving lunch and dinner.
The Ol' Country Store, located next to the gazebo is a quaint little shop that offers something for every member of the family!
Clifton Main Street
A quiet and relaxing experience awaits you in Clifton. Nestled on the banks of the Tennessee River, Main Street ends at the old ferry landing that transported residents across the Tennessee River for many years. Make your first stop the Greater Clifton Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau, located inside the T.S. Stribling Home and Museum on Water Street. A friendly volunteer will help guide you to the finest dining, camping and boating along the Tennessee River! Be sure to take in The River's Edge Gallery, a stained glass studio featuring local works of art. Enjoy breakfast or lunch with friends at Ernie's cafe' and stroll along Historic Pillow Street on original stone sidewalks. Enjoy the river overlook at the end of Main Street at Forrest's Crossing then follow Water Street along the banks of the river to Clifton Marina. Convenient access via Hwy 64, the Tennessee River or the Clifton Airport!
Collinwood- on Broadway!
Exit the Natchez Trace at mm 355, a 444- mile National Park stretching from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez, Mississippi and step off the beaten path and onto the back roads of Tennessee! Once a thriving railroad town, the original train depot and a select few buildings along Broadway Street are reminders of an era of busy streets and sidewalks now long gone.But this is a strong little town on the verge of a rebirth. Welcoming weary travelers off the Natchez Trace, a host of volunteers staff Wayne County's own welcome center directing visitors to local restaurants, shops and recreational spots. Located just behind the Welcome Center, the Dragonfly-an Emporium serves up specialty coffees and smoothies and offers a glimpse of the artistic ability in the area. Visit Collinwood Hardware, across the street from the Wayne County Welcome Center for a selection of cast iron utensils, washboards and all your farming needs! Continue down Broadway to explore So Cute Boutique, a ladies fashion clothing and accessory boutique.
Follow Hwy 13 South through town to stock up on grocery items at Long Green's Supersaver. Camp in one of three town parks or spend the night in comfort at Miss Monetta's Country Cottage. You can re-enter the Natchez Trace Parkway from Hwy 13, four miles south of town at the edge of the city limits.
We hope you've enjoyed your miniature tour of Wayne County and will visit us soon!