Agritourism

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Local Finds and Local Fun

Watch horses prance. Pick strawberries in the summer and pumpkins in the fall. Buy locally-grown corn, tomatoes and beans at a farmers' market. Get married on a farm. Eat organic, grass-fed meat. There's plenty to do, see and taste at Rutherford County's many agricultural attractions! Come see what life on the farm is all about.

Bread, Buns & Rolls

Corn Mazes

Country Ham

Equine Events

  • Tennessee Livestock Center
    Tennessee Livestock Center
    The Tennessee Livestock Center was built in 1988 on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. The 155,000-square-foot arena seats 4,000 and has 214 stalls. The center draws more than 100,000 people annually from across the United States for a wide array of livestock shows and sales, rodeos, equestrian events and festivals that take place here almost every weekend.
    Open: Open year-round for special events.
    Admission: No Admission charged except for special events.
    1720 Greenland Drive
    Murfreesboro, TN
    (615) 898-5575
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  • Tennessee Miller Coliseum
    Tennessee Miller Coliseum
    The Tennessee Miller Coliseum is a 222,000-square-foot facility. Situated on 154 acres, this air-conditioned arena has stadium-style seating for 4,600 and stall space to accommodate 492 horses. This deluxe arena is used for local, state, regional, national and international horse show events.
    Open: Open year-round for special events.
    Admission: No admission charged, except for special events.
    304 B W. Thompson Ln.
    Murfreesboro, TN
    (615) 494-8961
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Farm Weddings

Freezer Beef

Gourds

Indian Corn

Perennial Growers

  • Cedar Snag Farm
    (cantaloupes, melons)
    3774 Cranor Rd.
    Murfreesboro, TN 37130
    (615) 975-0933
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Pumpkin Patch

Retail Cuts Beef

Spices & Dried Herbs

Straw Bales

Wagon Rides

Wood

  • Cedar Snag Farm
    (cantaloupes, melons)
    3774 Cranor Rd.
    Murfreesboro, TN 37130
    (615) 975-0933
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Christmas Tree Farms

Christmas Tree Farms

Corn Stalks

Distilleries

Distilleries

  • George A. Dickel & Co.
    The George Dickel Distillery is located in Tullahoma, Tennessee. The distillery tour includes the visitor’s center, filled with antiques, photos and special memories, as well as the treasured George Dickel General Store. This unforgettable shop is a wonderful place to visit and drop a line to family or friends at George Dickel's very own U.S. Post Office — the only working post office at any distillery in the United States. Rock on the porch and enjoy the abundant nature that the picturesque Cascade Hollow has to offer.
    Open: Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Last tour leaves at 3:30 p.m.
    Admission: Free
    1950 Cascade Hollow Road, P.O. Box 490
    Tullahoma, TN 37388
    (931) 857-3124
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  • Jack Daniel Distillery
    The Jack Daniel Distillery, located in Lynchburg, is the oldest registered distillery in the United States and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Licensed in 1866, the distillery continues to make its old-time Tennessee sipping whiskey. Tour the distillery and find out firsthand how the famous Old No.7 and other Jack Daniel brands of whiskey are made. While in the area, be sure to visit the quaint little town of Lynchburg. Open every day 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Tours run approximately every 20 minutes. Admission is free. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day.
    Open: every day 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Tours run approximately every 20 minutes. Admission is free. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day
    Admission: Mr. Jack Toast in the Hollow, $13; Dry County Tour, $14; The Flight of Jack Daniel’s Tour, $17; The Angels Share Tour, $22. Military and Senior (65+) discounts available.
    182 Lynchburg Highway
    Lynchburg, TN 37352
    (931) 759-4221
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  • Short Mountain Distillery
    Visitors can taste and purchase moonshine and learn about local history and the heritage of whiskey making. Visitors will also learn about Short Mountain Distillery's organic permaculture farm practices and also take the Cooper Cave Spring trail to see how they preserve natural resources for generations to come. Using local, stone-milled grain and Tennessee spring water, the distillery creates sour mash moonshine (yes, it’s legal now) and offers free tastings. The distillery was featured on the Discovery Channel’s three-part miniseries hosted by Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs).
    Open: Distillery and tasting room 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Thursday - Saturday. Guided tours are 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. (take approximately 45 minutes)
    Admission: Tours are $10 and include a moonshine tasting shot glass.
    119 Mountain Spirits Lane
    Woodbury, TN 37190
    (615) 216-0830
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Farm Fresh Pork

Farmers' Markets

Fruits & Vegetables

Honey

Milk

Pick Your Own

Pumpkins

School Tours

Stone Ground Corn Meal & Grits

Tennessee Century Farms

  • Tennessee Century Farms
    Batey Farm, Bennett Place, Butler Farm, Caff-E-Hill Farm, Castlewood Farm, Cates Farm, Drake Farm, Duggin Farm, Elmwood Farm, E.S. Williams Farm, Gamewell Farm, Gooch Farm, Gordon Farm, Jernigan Farm, Jones Farm, Lane Farm, Lawrence Farm, Marlin Farm, McGehee-Yeargan Farm, Murray Farm, Riverside Farm, Sanders Farm, Smiths’ Farm, Sugg Farm, Tarpley Farm, Thomas Jackson Farm, Wild Acres Farm
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Wineries

  • Arrington Vineyards
    Founded by Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn, Arrington Vineyards is located 20 miles west of Murfreesboro in the beautiful hills of Arrington. They invite you to come experience their award-winning wines, spectacular vineyard views from their covered deck, and breathtaking sunsets. They sell wine and have tastings every day, including Sunday.
    6211 Patton Road
    Arrington, TN 37014
    (615) 395-0102
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  • Beans Creek Winery
    Beans Creek Winery is located 34 miles southeast of Murfreesboro in Manchester. Beans Creek has perfected their award-winning wine style using grapes and fruit that grow well in Tennessee, and they offer a wide selection of Tennessee wines. As you browse the tasting room, be on the lookout for Tennessee agricultural products and wine accessories that will make your experience even more unique.
    Open: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m.
    Admission: Admission and tastings are free
    426 Ragsdale Road
    Manchester, TN 37355
    (931) 723-2294
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