Thompson’s Station, nicknamed “Tennessee’s Village Green,” is located in Williamson County. The town was settled in 1780 and was renamed a couple of times before finally being named after Elijah Thompson, an early settler who donated land to the area. It’s now a region with great school systems, tons of outdoor activities and two places listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places - the Jacob Critz House and the Thomas L. Critz House. Thompson’s Station strives to preserve its uniqueness while still embracing change.
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