Tullahoma is a centrally-located hub for aviation, aeronautics, and avionics, offering picturesque outdoor recreation areas, and renowned performing arts groups and home to Arnold Air Force Base.
- Nicknamed “Tennessee’s Rising Star”; rising from a railroad town to a world leader in flight and engineering research.
- Located in the geographic center of Tennessee.
- Average annual temperatures: high 69° F and low 49° F.
- Population 20,000
- Cost of living below the national average.
- Quality of public schools above the national average.
- 2021 median rent $756; median home value $146,500.
- The medical and retail hub for five counties.
- Over 100 acres of public land, including a 420-acre preserve with waterfalls and walking trails, a 346-acre Class II natural scientific state natural prairie, and the Woods Reservoir, a 4,000 acre lake with fishing and boating open to the public.
- 10 miles from Manchester, home of the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
- A member of Tennessee Backroads Heritage, a designated Tree City USA, and a recipient of the State Governor’s Three-Star City designation.
- Manchester, TN – 17 miles
- Murfreesboro, TN – 45 miles
- Huntsville, AL – 59 miles
- Nashville, TN – 77 miles
- Chattanooga, TN – 78 miles
- Birmingham, AL – 158 miles
- Knoxville, TN – 187 miles
- Atlanta, GA – 193 miles
- Cookeville, TN – 82 miles