193 Chaffin Place
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (615) 396-3000
Fax: (615) 396-3003
Mayday Brewery offers up an amazing selection of original beers that boast a bold and unique flavor. With live music performances and friendly faces all around, the Mayday Brewery is above all else and great place to hang out and savor delicious beer. Tours of the brewery are offered every Saturday at 3p, 4p and 5p.
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.
The Hazen Brigade Monument is a stoic reminder if the hefty cost of war and price of freedom. This Civil War monument is the oldest of its kind to have survived over the years, and still stands at its original location within the Stones River National Cemetery. The monument is a testament and a homage to those brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for the sake of their country.
The Stones River National Cemetery was established in 1864, and came to be the final resting place of over 6,850 Union Soldiers, most of whom were relocated here within the following year. Visit the cemetery and pay homage to the brave men and women who selflessly scarified their lives in the service of their country. Most of the soldiers burried here lost their lives between 1862-1863 during the Battle of Stones River.
Celebrate an unforgettable birthday at Lanes, Trains, Automobiles Entertainment Depot. With laser tag and bumper cars sections, apart from several well-maintained bowling lanes, it makes for a great place for people of any age to come and have a rollicking time.
The Middle Tennessee State University was originally established in 1911 as a Normal School that offered teacher training to high school graduates. Over the years the college grew and expanded until it was finally recognized as a university in 1965. Today, the university lends it support to nine colleges and offers a variety of Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees. The college campus is a popular tourist attraction as well, as it features a number of architecturally significant buildings.
The Wat Lao Buddhist Temple adds a touch of diversity to the cultural landscape of Murfreesboro in Tennessee. Enveloped in an aura of peace and serenity, the temple is a fine place to meditate and restore inner balance. The monks follow and preach the teachings of Theravada Buddhism and offer traditional worship services, Lao language lessons and festive celebrations. The temple itself is work of art, and an embodiment of everything the religion stands for.
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.
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.
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).
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
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.