Bell Buckle is a quaint, tiny little town. It’s gained historic novelty by being home to the Webb School, a well known private school in this area, and it’s roots as being a train town. The town itself can be fully investigated in an hour, and the time can be extended by eating at the restaurant or hanging out for ice cream or coffee.
Bell Buckle hosts events throughout the year that draw people by the thousands and these events sprawl into the residential neighborhood surrounding the city center. I found the beautiful old homes and gardens, with the towering ancient trees to be even more interesting than the main strip itself.