About BellBuckle

  • Bell Buckle, Tennessee, a railroad village of preserved and restored Victorian homes and churches, is nestled among the hills, farmland and walking horse country of Bedford County, Tennessee. The Webb School, within walking distance to downtown, is a world-renowned college preparatory boarding and day school and is an integral part of the history of this unique town.
  • Established in 1852, Bell Buckle has become known for its antiques, quilts, handmade crafts, country music, home cooking and Southern hospitality. Thousands of visitors are drawn each year to visit the charming downtown with its shops and eateries and participate in the annual festivals.
  • Bell Buckle is a Governor's Three-Star Community, a proud recipient of the 2008 Governor's Stewardship Award for Parks and Recreation in the state of Tennessee and has the distinction of being the smallest town in Tennessee to be a Tree City, USA.

Mayor and Alderpersons

Ronnie Lokey


Betsy Wheeler

Vice Mayor

Andrew McRady


David Vannatta


Zach Akers


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