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About Springhill

About Spring Hill, Tennessee

Spring Hill, Tennessee was awarded “Most Business Friendly City” by the State of Tennessee.

Spring Hill, also known as “The City in the Hills” is an amalgam of thriving commerce, rich history and relaxing suburban living. It’s located thirty miles due south of Nashville, Tennessee and is part of both Maury and Williamson Counties. With easy access to I-65 Interstate by way of Saturn Parkway, Spring Hill features rich historical places, abundant plantations, companies, commerce and flourishing suburban expansion while being full of southern hospitality.

Spring Hill’s continued popularity status increases every passing year. Its closeness to the cities of Nashville, Cool Springs, Columbia, Brentwood, and Franklin makes Spring Hill an ideal place to live, work and play, offering the comforts of living in a serene community with wonderful homes, great public schools systems and relaxing recreation and still close enough to benefit from amazing business and career opportunities and luxurious amenities of metropolitan areas.

As a matter of fact, since the broadcasting of the Saturn manufacturing plant coming to Spring Hill, this charming neighborhood has become one of Tennessee’s most rapidly expanding cities. Being situated in the counties of Maury and Williamson, both feature distinct but similarly attractive residential opportunities. New production makes up most of the homes available in Williamson County.

Points of Interest

Spring Hill Arts Center – here to offer artists of all stages a place to assist in promoting creativity like never before.

Saturn Automobile Manufacturing Center – Major automobile manufacturer calls Spring Hill “home”. Go online and sign up to take a tour!

The White-Blair House – the location of Spring Hill Music and featuring some of the oldest magnolia trees in Tennessee.
Rippavilla Plantation – Take a guided tour to recreate the Battle of Spring Hill when Rippavilla was at the summit of the Confederacy’s “Last Offensive Campaign” of
the Civil War at Franklin and Nashville. Take part in some family fun by venturing through the corn maze!

Spring Hill Battlefield – Experience American history and imagine what it would have been like as a confederate soldier and tour one the most notable American Civil War’s battles, The Battle of Spring Hill.


Spring Hill Official City Website
Spring Hill Community Website
Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce
Spring Hill Public Library