• Down Home on the Farm – Fun, Food, and Music

  • Tennessee
    Four Days - Available April through October
    Experience the variety of old and new as they blend together in this beautiful area of Middle Tennessee. Discover their history. Explore their country music heritage. Hear their legends and stories. Soak in the simplicity of their lake, parks and farms. After a few adventures in this area, you'll feel like you are returning home.



  • Comer House

    Dinner and entertainment at the Comer House catered by Our Place Café.  The Comer House was built in 1949 in the Neoclassical/Greek Revival style. The two-story, white brick, plantation-style home, is full of grandeur, grace and style. Sitting on 540 rolling acres, known as Wilson Farm, the Comer House has long been regarded as a landmark entrance to Gallatin.

  • Country Stars Driving Tour

    Driving tour highlights three famous country artists that have called Sumner County home: Conway Twitty, Johnny Cash, and William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys.

  • Johnny Cash and
    June Carter Cash Gravesites

    A stop at Hendersonville Memory Gardens to pay respects to the legendary country power couple: Johnny and June Carter Cash.

  • Long Hollow Gardens

    Housing one of the only greenhouse venues in the nation, Long Hollow Gardens is truly a delight for the eyes. Under the skylights of the greenhouse, a staff member of Long Hollow Gardens will guide the class through the topic of “Easy Herbs.” After the class, there will be time to shop the wide selection of unique items, and a short vineyard tour will be given for those interested.

  • Mansker's Station

    Mansker’s Fort is an authentic reproduction of a 1779-era forted station that was typical in the early frontier history of Tennessee. Reenactors demonstration a variety of living history demonstrations for guests to experience.


  • Gallatin’s Historic Downtown Square

    The downtown Square of Gallatin dates back to 1802, and today the Square is occupied with lively merchants and delicious restaurants in a comfortable walking distance from one another. 

  • Best of Johnny Cash Film
    at Palace Theater

    Enjoy the best songs and duets of Johnny Cash’s years as a late night talk show host in the historic Palace Theater, the oldest original silent movie theater still in operation in Tennessee!  Popcorn and soda to be served.

  • Sumner County Museum

    The Sumner County Museum houses an incredible collection of artifacts from throughout the ages. This farm-themed tour will highlight farm machines, equipment, and farm life in Tennessee from throughout the state’s history!

  • Long Hollow Jamboree

    Long Hollow Jamboree goes back to the roots of country music. Many country artists of the 50s, 60s, and 70s were known to stop in and play some lively tunes for the crowds, thus creating a jamboree! Enjoy dinner and music!

  • Reese Brothers Mule Farm

    Reese Brothers Mule Farm dates back to the 1920s, and has provided mules for many farms, events, and even international conflicts. They keep mules for riding mules for show and trail mules, draft mules for work and show, as well as pack mules and wagon mules. Get up close and personal with the mules in their barn stalls at the farm!

  • Grandpa’s Opry

    Situated in a small town music store, Grandpa’s Opry is a delight for all who stop in! Live country music fills the air as local talent takes the down-home stage of Grandpa’s and the audience is captivated! It’s a true testament to the musical roots of Tennessee.

  • Downtown Westmoreland

    Westmoreland’s rural location embodies all that is small town life. Stop in Homestead Harvest A-Z to browse antiques and their selection of natural foods; peruse Bags-N-Guns, a boutique, salon, and firearms store all-in-one; try on American-made jeans at Southern Comfort Jeans; and lastly stop in to the Westmoreland Antique Mall that houses furniture, clothing, décor, and knickknacks!

  • Days Gone By Museum

    Explore incredible vintage automobiles, tractors, and farm equipment (and sometimes airplanes!) at this massive gathering spread across over 100,000 sq ft of space. This collection is sure to wow!

  • 5 Chefs/Occasions

    5 Chefs/Occasions are two businesses located inside one beautiful, historic home in Portland. Occasions is one of Middle Tennessee's largest gift shops and 5 Chefs is a delightful, Southern eatery famous for its 10 or more daily varieties of homemade cakes.

  • Bottom View Farm

    Bottom View Farm is an active farm with seasonal produce available for purchase. Tour the property via a tractor-pulled wagon ride, and then finish the tour with a scoop of ice cream served from the farm’s on-site restaurant. Enjoy the treat in one of the barns or sit on the porch overlooking the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee.

  • Cold Springs School

    This building was originally constructed in 1857 as a one-room school and meeting-house, but was converted to a military hospital during the Civil War. The school was also later used as church, farm building, private residence, and now a museum for all to tour.

  • Ronnie McDowell’s Strawberry Manor

    Ronnie McDowell rose to fame in 1977 after his self-penned tribute “The King is Gone” to the recently passed Elvis Presley struck the hearts of a mourning nation. Ronnie’s career as a country music artist allowed him to build Strawberry Manor, which today serves as a showcase venue for various shows and art exhibit to display McDowell’s paintings and prints.

  • Summer Crest Winery

    Sumner Crest Winery offers up an assortment of wines that have been awarded 19 medals from both national international wine competitions. Uniquely decorated, including a vintage car as part of the décor, the winery also offers shopping on two levels. 

  • Red Barn at Crafton Farms

    Dine within the Red Barn with its doors wide open overlooking the picturesque Crafton family farm as country music surrounds the guests. A catered Farm to Table Dinner is a delicious delight. 

  • Ernst Classic Car Collection

    Cliff Ernst purchased his first collector car in the mid-1970s and he’s never stopped! He is recognized for having one of the most impressive collections of Yenko Chevrolets, and he also has Corvettes, Impalas, Packards, factory super-charged Thunderbirds, Shelbys, and more!

  • Hendersonville Produce/
    Deanna Burks Designs

    Hendersonville Produce is a local grocer and farmer’s market focused on local, organic, and natural products. Deanna Burks Designs is a florist and her unique Flower Bar showcases the beautiful variety of flowers she works with daily. The store also has eclectic and modern décor, furniture, and gifts that are fun to browse and even more fun to take home for your own space!