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1544 Bear Creek Pike, Columbia, TN, US, 38401

  • Phone: (931) 388-2500
  • Fax: (931) 388-2595
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Attractions

»Rippavilla Plantation

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

5700 Main Street
Spring Hill, TN 37174-2408

»Spring Hill Presbyterian Church

The Spring Hill Presbyterian Church dates back to the 1880s era and is deep-rooted in history. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it continues to serve the community and strive for peace.

South Main Street
Spring Hill, TN 37174

»Grace Episcopal Church

Established in 1877, the Grace Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. The majestic church building was designed by noted architect P.J.Williamson, and constructed in the Carpenter Gothic Style. The well-maintained edifice has numerous striking features including the stained glass windows and original woodwork. There have been numerous additions to the original structure over the years to enhance its beauty.

5291 Main Street
Spring Hill, TN 37174

»Athenaeum Rectory

The Athenaeum Rectory was formerly a clergy house for the Columbia Female Institute. The building structure was completely constructed in 1837 and has adapted the Gothic and Moorish styles of architecture. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, this recently refurbished building hosts exhibitions on a regular basis.

808 Athenaeum Street
Columbia, TN 38401

»Elm Springs

This two level Greek style building called the Elm Springs is the name of a lovely house that existed before the Civil War. This beautiful red structure had an amazing entrance with the long white pillars which was attached to the roof. The beautiful land of grass that laid in front of the the mansion was stunning and make this a great historical visit place for the people as it reflects the history of the old times.

Mooresville Pike
Columbia, TN 38401

»High Meadow Alpacas

High Meadow Alpacas is a large and beautiful alpaca farm located in the rolling hills of Leipers Fork south of Nashville outside the city of Franklin. With over 150 acres (61 hectares) and over 400 individual alpacas, High Meadow Alpacas is the largest alpaca breeding farm in the southeast. The award-winning alpacas in this herd come from some of the best breeding lines in the country, resulting in numerous show awards and some of the highest quality alpaca offspring available for purchase anywhere in the country. High Meadow Alpacas welcomes visitors but does not have established hours, so appointments are necessary. This is a great excursion for all animal lovers and particularly alpaca enthusiasts. -Lynn-nore Chittom

3400 Floyd Road
Franklin, TN 37064

»Winstead Hill Park

Winstead Hill Park is a 61 acre (24.6858 hectare) park located in the city of Franklin. This place has been the site for historic battles and has walking trails and large open areas studded with trees.

4023 Columbia Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064

»Carnton Plantation

Possibly the five bloodiest hours of America's Civil War took place here at the Battle of Franklin. On November 30, 1864, Carnton was occupied by Confederate troops moving toward the well-entrenched Federal army. A devastating battle ensued. Later, the mansion housed hundreds of the more than 6,000 Confederate casualties from that battle. Adjacent to the property is the largest private Confederate cemetery in America.

1345 Eastern Flank Circle
Franklin, TN 37064

»McGavock Confederate Cemetery

The McGavock Confederate Cemetery is located in the city of Franklin. This place has been the burial ground for over 1500 Confederate soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of Franklin. The area has been divided into 13 sections for the fallen soldiers belonging to 13 different states of US.

1345 Carnton Lane
Franklin, TN 37064

»Castle Gwynn

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).

2124 Newcastle Rd
Arrington, TN

»St. Paul's Episcopal Church

The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Franklin, Tennessee. Built in 1831, this church is a fine example of Gothic Revival style architecture and features red brick exteriors and gable roofs with elegantly designed stained glass windows. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

510 West Main Street
Franklin, TN 37064

»Fort Granger

Fort Granger was constructed as part of the military strategy during the American Civil War. It came into prominence during the Battle of Franklin when it was used as a headquarter by Federal General John M. Schofield. Fort Granger faced several fierce attacks from the Confederate cavalry units. Though now the site has been transformed into a city park, the trenches that were dug by the troops still exist.

113 Fort Granger
Franklin, TN 37065
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