2227 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (615) 896-2420
Fax: (615) 896-8738
2227 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro, TN, US, 37129
- Phone: (615) 896-2420
- Fax: (615) 896-8738
Inflatable rentals, party rentals, cotton candy, popcorn, sno kone, nacho, frozen beverage machine and more.
The aesthetic First Presbyterian Church was established in 1812 in Murfreesboro in Tennessee. The historic church building is precisely sited at Spring Street. It has featured on the National Register of Historic Places and is a striking example of Classical Revival style of architecture.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this multi-use cultural and heritage facility was built as a school for African Americans. President James K. Polk was a graduate of the original Bradley Academy in 1814.
Marks the exact center of Tennessee.
This 430 acre community park offers an incredible variety of recreation options. Bring the family out and enjoy 7 miles of hiking trails, 10 picnic shelters, an 18 hole golf course, and an educational wilderness station.
A "cut-your-own" tree farm, this tree farm offers beautiful White Pines, as well as pre-cut Fraser Fir trees. The Christmas gift shop on site has a large selection of decorations, ornaments, and unique gifts including fresh wreaths and swags. Free hayrides are provided on Saturdays and Sundays.
Luscious veggies fresh off the vine, to your table, and all the homegrown fun you can have is what awaits you at Walden Farms. Grab grandma and the kids and head for a hayride, frolic in the petting zoo and taste the delectable flavors of a real farm. Walden Farms has it all. Pumpkins, corn, gourds and a whole variety of farm fresh goodies are available for purchase. The selection of snacks are as fresh as the produce. Try the pumpkin fudge for a surprising treat. There simply is nothing like a day at the farm for lasting family memories.
This two towered castle looks like it was dropped here from medieval Europe. Located just south of Nashville on the outskirts of the hamlet of Triune, this castle is only open to public during the yearly Renaissance Fair. Initial construction began in 1980, though the castle's owner began drawing up plans when he was in high school, and still continues today (currently the edifice consists of two peaked towers and a building connecting, but ultimately the master plans call for four towers).
Public Square Park is wonderful expanse of land located at downtown, Nashville. The place is perfect for morning and evening walks, strolling babies or even for walking dogs. This is the address for Live on the Green; a place for free live music. There are plenty of food trucks around where you can grab hot dogs, burgers, ice creams and enjoy them overlooking the beautiful green park.
Music City Alpacas is a lovely alpaca farm located southeast of the city of Nashville near Smyrna, La Vergne and Antioch. This family-operated farm is home to 28 alpacas, some of which have received blue ribbons in regional alpaca shows. Music City Alpacas breeds, raises, and sells alpacas and alpaca yarn. Photos of animals and yarn made from the warm wool are available for purchase on the farm's website. Music City Alpacas welcomes visitors, but does not keep regular public hours, so alpaca enthusiasts should call ahead to schedule a visit. Music City Alpacas is also available to show an alpaca at schools, clubs and other groups. Animal lovers of all ages will enjoy a visit to Music City Alpacas. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Stop in at this family owned winery and enjoy a free tasting before you buy! Established in 1993, Tri-Star Vineyards produces a variety of wines, ranging from dry to sweet.
The city of Brentwood, Williams County in Tennessee is home to a Native American archaeological site called the Fewkes Group Archaeological Site. Famously also regarded as the Boiling Springs Site, it comprises of the remains of a Mississippian culture complex and village that dates back to 1050. The features five mounds, of which some are used for burials, while the largest one was a ceremonial mound. At present, apart from the prehistoric civilization remains, the area also features the Boiling Spring Academy, a schoolhouse that originated in 1823.