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Downtown Linden

Downtown Linden


 Carved from land once part of Hickman and Humphreys Counties, Perry County was established on Nov. 18, 1819, with the passage of a Public Act by the Tennessee State Legislature. This land sits between the natural barriers of both the Tennessee River to the west and the Buffalo River to the east. The county is home to 7,915 people with most living in the two cities of Linden (pop. 908), which is the county seat, and Lobelville (pop. 897). Perry County stretches across 415 square miles of land and an additional eight square miles of water.

Source: County website

Downtown Linden’s walking area offers so much small-town charm with its retail shops and various businesses. Most of the downtown area surrounds the County Courthouse and throughout the year is host to several events that you will want to make sure you don’t miss, such as the annual Blooming Arts Festival in March, Music on Main Street, and many others.

Source: Town website



Downtown Linden

200 East Main Street, Linden, TN 37096


  • ico-y-knife.pngCheese Coffee Caf Downtown
  • ico-y-knife.pngLiu Chinese Fast Food
  • ico-y-knife.pngVinaigrette
  • ico-y-knife.pngGarcias Kitchen The Original
  • ico-y-knife.pngRoute 66 Malt Shop
  • ico-y-knife.pngBottger Mansion of Old Town
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngBottger Mansion of Old Town
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngLiu Chinese Fast Food
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngBottger Mansion of Old Town
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngLiu Chinese
  • ico-y-wscreen.pngVinaigrette