Murfreesboro is the county seat of Rutherford County, Tennessee. Home to more than 108,000 people, the city is the state's center of population and its fastest growing major city as well as one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Come and visit the city with a bus charter in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Go to the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts, where you can see art exhibits and catch a variety of performances, from concerts, to magic shows, to dance and theater performances.
The city hosts several annual events. For one, there's the International FolkFest every second week of June which feature groups from various countries performing their traditional songs and dances. Then there's the MTSU Student Film Festival every second week of April which showcases films submitted by students. You can also plan your trip in time for the Main Street Jazzfest in May, or the Uncle Macon Days in July.
Hop on a bus charter in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and tour national historic districts, including the East Main Street Historic District, the North Maney Avenue Historic District, and the Murfreesboro Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District.
You can then visit the Oaklands Historic House Museum, a 19th-century mansion with an interesting and complex history. The museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Other houses included on the list, include, among others, Arnold-Harrell House, Thomas C. Black House, Childress-Ray House, Collier-Crichlow House, Enoch H. Jones House, Landsberger-Gerhardt House, and Marymont.
There are also national historic farms (Logan Henderson Farm and Robert Andrew Smith Farm), schools (Bradley Academy and Middle Tennessee State Teachers College Training School), and churches (Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, Beesley Primitive Baptist Church, and First Presbyterian Church).
Other sites listed on the National Register include Rutherford County Courthouse, Old First Presbyterian Church and Old City Cemetery, Stones River National Battlefield, Walter Hill Hydroelectric Station, and Fortress Rosecrans Site.
You might want to see and experience Cannonsburgh Village, too. This place is a reproduction of a working pioneer village from the 1830s to 1930s. You can check out the grist mills, the doctor's office, the school house, the Leeman House, Caboose, the wedding chapel, and other features.
Want to play a round of golf? Head to Old Fort Golf Club, which is an 18-hole championship facility; to Bloomfield Links, which is a 6-hole course that was designed to ladies, seniors, beginners, and young people; or to Veterans Golf Course, which is a 9-hole executive walking course. There's also Indian Hills Golf Course and Cedar Crest Golf Club.
If you want to play ball, you can go to Barfield Crescent Park, a 430-acre facility with eight baseball fields, 7 miles of running and biking trails, and an 18-hole championship disc golf course. You can also go to Siegel Soccer Complex and Community Park.
Murfreesborohas two main malls where you can do some shopping and try out some restaurants: the Stones River Mall and the Avenue Murfreesboro. You will also get a memorable shopping and dining experience at Historic Downtown Murfreesboro, where there is a wide variety of small stores and local eateries.
Get on a bus charter in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and check out the different parks in the city. You can go to Bark Park, Patterson Park Community Center, and McKnight Park. There's also Gateway Island, which is ideal for picnics, for photography sessions, weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations. Another great place for outdoor lovers is Stones River Greenway, which features well-maintained trails and beautiful views.
You may also want to visit the Discovery Center, the Middle Tennessee Museum of Natural History, and the Bradley Academy Museum.
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