5700 Main Street Spring Hill, TN 37174-2408 +1 913 486 9037
Rippavilla Plantation was the 19th-century home of the Cheairs family. The estate house has been restored to its antebellum appearance and includes many family antiques and period pieces. Tours are available for the home and grounds, and special events are scheduled throughout the year. In the fall, the plantation's star attraction is it's ten-acre corn maze which includes over three miles of paths and educational information. The design of the corn maze is different each fall. Rippavilla Plantation is also available for weddings and special events. - Lynn-nore Chittom
Madison Creek Farms covers 38 acres of farmland just north of Nashville in the rolling countryside of Sumner County. The farm specializes in both floral production as well as vegetables, herbs and eggs. The farm market is open to the public on weekends, and guests can purchase fresh flowers, organically grown vegetables and herbs, free-range eggs and a variety of homemade goods from the FarmHouse Kitchen including pies, jams and pickles. Madison Creek Farms also includes a large kids play area, a petting zoo and seasonal offerings such as pumpkins. Local residents should check out the farm's Crop Share Association for delicious seasonal produce. - Lynn-nore Chittom
The Battle Ground Academy Stadium is a magnificent sporting venue which hosts various athletic, track and field and soccer matches. The stadium has a seating capacity for more than 1,000 spectators and, in the past, has hosted the Tennessee Senior Olympics and other school sporting events.
The People's Church Franklin is the main campus of a two-site Southern Baptist mega church serving both Franklin and Spring Hill, Tennessee. A wide range of traditional educational ministries for children, youth and adults are available, as well as unique musical opportunities through KidsPraise and ShineOut. The People's Church hosts a variety of support services including recovery groups for divorce and grief, support groups for parents, marriage and family counseling, and prayer ministries. The large facilities available at this church are occasionally used for hosting special events in the Franklin area. Service times are available on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
1000 Golf Club Drive Kingston Springs, TN 37082 +1 615 952 2025
The Golf Club of Tennessee is a recreational outdoor golf facility for the seasoned golfers. Located in the lush green countryside, the golf area features an excellent course that enhances the golf playing experience. Laying down a strict dress code for its members, it promotes golf as a skilled and professional game. As a bonus, there is even a clubhouse that includes suites specifically available for members and guests. For more details, do visit the website or call ahead.
At Layla's Bluegrass Inn, the live music is most certainly the draw. Every night of the week there is a local country and western band playing on the main stage. There is also a fully stocked bar here that makes great mixed drinks.
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).
Drane Street Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN 37044 +1 931 221 6617
Winfield Dunn Center is named after the famous Governor Winfield Dunn who strongly supported sports and education. The massive center houses within it an indoor track, batting cage, multipurpose practice and rehabilitation facilities, athletics department and locker rooms for the athletics. Many activities like volley ball games, convocation ceremonies and other college activities take place on a regular basis. Check the website or call ahead for further details.
The museum contains one of the world's largest showcase displays featuring hundreds of personal items from Willie and his many friends. Visit and you'll see tributes to Patsy Cline, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Faron Young, Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce, Marty Stuart, Connie Smith, Jeannie Seely and many other country music legends. They also feature Nashville's largest souvenir store where you'll find "one stop shopping" for all of your Nashville, Willie Nelson and country music related souvenirs.
Opened to the public in 1996, the Bridgestone Arena is a multi purpose arena that can seat upto 20,000 people depending upon the nature of the event. Musical concerts, basketball games, religious programs, theater, ice hockey, film awards and much more are held here. Million dollar renovations in 2007 have made this arena highly sought after by national and international event organizers. Check website for details.
This outdoor haven stretches along a sloping strip of land,
between the Cumberland River and Nashville's downtown district. During the day people stroll the many paths, enjoy afternoon picnics on the riverbank, and ride the "Foxtrot" carousel. During the ...
Glimpse back to antebellum America and the life of the
seventh president, Andrew Jackson, by visiting the home he built in 1835. This classic Greek Revival mansion retains original architecture and furnishings. You will view a biographical film and ...
Peek A Boo Playtown offers children up to age eleven
a great place to pretend, imagine and explore. Located in the Streets of Indian Lake shopping area, it provides a break for busy parents who need a few minutes to ...