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An easy 30-minute drive east of Elvis’ mansion and the rhythm-and-blues of Beale Street lies the charming city of Germantown, Tennessee. About 41,000 people call Germantown home, while visitors enjoy the lush greenways, Southern hospitality, amazing experiences with the arts and year-round community events

Don’t miss when you visit
Incorporated in 1841, this community is rich in tradition. Look for the life-sized sculptures of horses that graze at businesses along major streets, an ever-present reminder of Germantown’s equestrian heritage and seasonal horse shows. Catch a show or a symphony at the Germantown Performing  Arts Center. Worked up an appetite? Sample the wide variety of dining options ranging from hometown barbecue to international cuisine at the diverse choice of restaurants in the city.

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 woman holding two Dachshunds dressed as pirates

 bronze horse with rider statue

farmer and children chasing chickens at the farm park

The Running of the Weenies
takes place each September
during the Germantown
Festival.

 
Keep an eye out for nods to
the City's equestrian heritage.
Find this beauty at the corner
of Germantown Road and
Farmington Boulevard.

The Farm Park offers a bit of country without leaving the City. Visit the Farmers' Market here each Thursday during the summer months.