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Fiddlers Grove Historic Village, Lebanon

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History Museum
In April 2009, the Fiddlers Grove Foundation received its 501(c)(3) not-for-profit designation from the Internal Revenue Service. All donations, admissions, and sales go towards the operation of Fiddlers Grove.
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  • This site is on the grounds of James Ward Ag Center, used for livestock shows and demos. Several groups also use the grounds. Buildings, relocated to this site and sit in their mostly complete origina...  more »
  • This is a great collection of historic buildings in a wonderful atmosphere that transports you back in time and serves as the backdrop to many activities throughout the year. Our kids love walking the...  more »
  • Fiddlers Grove is one of the highlights to see each year during the Wilson County Fair. From my understanding you can schedule visits at other times during the year. This last Christmas when they have...  more »
  • Best County Fair in the country!!!
  • Red neck rumble!!!!! 2016
  • Attended the Wilson County Fair today. Witnessed what I felt was crossing the line between early industrial inovation and outright animal cruelty. There was a horse on a treadmill that was on too much of an incline and the horse had no way to rest. At one point the horse grabbed for the bar infront of him to try to pull himself forward but could not get a hold of such a large object. The horse did appear to be tired and as I watched him struggle to keep climbing my own leg muscles began to burn. Who oversees these displays?
  • Historical site. Fine buildings.
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