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The county was named for James Robertson, founder of Nashville and a state senator. Its county seat is Springfield, about a half hour from Nashville. Robertson County is a short trip into history and fascinating stories for the whole family. You will find scenic drives, antique shops, historic sites, orchards, canoeing and festivals. Canoe the Red River, visit the Robertson County History Museum which showcases the unique history of Robertson County, including its railroad and whisky past, as well as its still vibrant tobacco industry. There are also many other museums and historical sites that chronicle the many interesting stories about Robertson County heritage. Bell Witch Cave near Adams is open for tours. Named for the legendary spirit who haunted the John Bell family from 1816 to 1828, the cave is also a site of Native American history.