The American South has a long tradition of hand-crafting small batch wines from local grapes. Today, more wineries than ever have opened their doors right here in Middle Tennessee. The following wineries offer tastings designed to entertain and educate, as well as live music, food truck events, and samples of local fruits and other treats. This spring, summer, or fall, pack a picnic, drink plenty of water, and head out to indulge in a taste of the finest wines in Middle Tennessee. Continue reading →
Tennessee’s lush, often forested greenways are a system of both natural and maintained trails that connect residents to their jobs, schools, shopping, cultural centers, and entertainment—all without the use of cars or busses. Continue reading →
Welcome to July! Summer is in full swing and we are loving all the sunshine! With 4th of July, there are plenty of events at the start of the month with fireworks and great food! Towards the end of the month, we are looking forward to all the free music across Middle Tennessee. Whatever events you choose to attend, we hope you have a safe and fun month!
Tennessee’s agricultural history is an integral part of our identity; here we have always treasured our rich farmlands and the wise farming methods that have nurtured them. Some of these independent farms have opened to the public, and in so doing, have helped reignite a sense of connection to the farms and farmers who sustain each and every one of us.
If you want to experience some of the beautiful farms and knowledgeable farming families in Middle Tennessee, we recommend these U-Pick farms. Take some time out this summer and fall and get a feel for where your food begins.
Please note that these times are ALWAYS subject to change. Both the weather and the availability of fruits and vegetables can always affect hours and days of operation. We recommend that you call the farm you’re interested in directly before heading out to pick.
Ready for a warm month? Kids are out of school and it seems like everyone is already living at the pool! There are lots of events taking advantage of the lovely weather this month to drag you away though! From hanging at the zoo to free music to watermelon seed spitting contests, you certainly won’t be bored this month! Here’s your look at things to do in Middle Tennessee!
There’s always a show happening in Music City. Any time of the day or night, you can stroll through downtown and enjoy our live music scene. What further sets Nashville apart as a true jewel when compared to other music scenes throughout the country is the dedication our local artists show toward making live music available FOR FREE to locals and guests all year long.
Here are a few of our favorite places where you can hear music for free or cheap here in Middle Tennessee. We hope to see you out at the parks and on the dance floors!
In Middle Tennessee, nothing says home like going to one of the many amazing music festivals! With so many incredible opportunities to choose from, you can really fill up your weekends and take advantage of what Middle Tennessee has to offer. Festivals are not like concerts however and are best enjoyed when you come prepared! So, we want to give you the most up-to-date packing list we can! Here are all our suggestions:
May is here! As the weather gets warmer, more and more events are popping up all over Middle Tennessee! From charities to food to music, we are filling up our weekends with these amazing events and we hope you’ll join us! As always, we are looking forward to eating lots of great food, listening to music, and enjoying the strong community that you feel all over Middle Tennessee.
As we continue our way through April, we are so excited for this new round of businesses to enjoy! There’s a good mix of local businesses we are supporting this month. If you’re hungry or just want to work out, there is something for everyone!
LOLO, Locals Supporting Locals, is an amazing program for your Parks realtor to give to you! Each month, a completely free, new gift comes to your cell phone for you to enjoy. The gifts are selected by county and are only for local businesses, no nationwide chains!
Though it is less than one square mile in area, Berry Hill has a big personality. Here you’ll find tree-lined streets dotted with quaint cottages, small parks with playgrounds, and one of a kind shops and restaurants. Murals cover the fences and brick walls of some of the businesses, giving the neighborhood a unique creative atmosphere.