Mother’s Day Tea for Families

You are cordially invited to a special Victorian Tea Party, in celebration of Mother’s Day! This 90-minute experience begins with a family-friendly Mansion tour, focused on the many women who lived and worked here. Following the tour, we will sip tea and learn how tea time changed in the United States throughout the 1800s, discover …

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Discovery Center at Murfree Spring Wetland

    Your kids are going to go bananas for the Discovery Center in Murfreesboro, TN. The Discovery Center has something to offer for just about any child in your family.  When you enter, the admission desk is directly in front.  It is not separated from the play area so keeping your kids from running …

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oaklands historic house museum

Oaklands Historic House Museum

Oaklands Historic House Museum (known to ‘old timer’s’ and ‘Boro natives as Oaklands Mansion)  is located in Murfreesboro, TN. Construction on Oaklands Mansion began in 1813. The home started out as a two room cabin built by the Maney family.  The family added on to the home in several different phases.  As the family’s fortunes …

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Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center

Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center

Located in the former Smyrna Fitness Center, the all new Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center is an exciting addition to Rutherford County. The 12,000 sq. ft. facility houses an art gallery, showcasing work from local artists, traveling educational exhibit hall, rock climbing room, indoor playground, soft play area for younger children, birthday party rooms, as well as space …

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Loretta Lynn's Ranch

Spend a Weekend at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch

If you are a fan of Loretta Lynn or classic country music, then there is no doubt that you will LOVE a trip to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. But if you aren’t a fan, don’t mark this off your list. There is a lot to do at this family fun attraction. Take a look at the …

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Belle Meade Plantation

Belle Meade Plantation

Did you know that at one time Nashville was home to Iroquois, the most famous Thoroughbred of his time in the late 1800s? He was the first American bred and born horse to win the English Derby in 1881. He is just part of the amazing history you will learn in a visit to the Belle …

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