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Cannonsburgh Village, Murfreesboro

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
The Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village is a reproduction of what a working pioneer village would have looked like from the period of 1830s to the 1930s. Visitors can view the grist mill, school house, Leeman House, Caboose, Wedding Chapel, and even a doctor's office.
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  • Unfortunately we went on Columbus Day and the buildings were closed. Don't quite understand why they would close when alot of people are off but oh well. We were able to see the outside of the buildin...  read more »
  • We wanted something to do on a fall day. So we headed to the square and there was nothing going on there. Thus we headed to Cannonsburgh. Very interesting place. You must go and see this. 
  • We stopped by here last minute on a road trip. Guide was self guided and free! Walked around and looked at all the buildings and old tractors. Everything was neat. I am a teacher and thought my class ...  read more »
  • This is a real treasure right in the middle of Murfreesboro. I love the history but even if you could care less this place is just stunning.
  • The church was closed and one other building due to a wedding, kinda bummed but it was worth the trip. They let me kids color in the art gallery and even hung their pictures up they felt so special. Tons of great info and everyone was super nice! It's free to walk around, we will be back! We were also told they have been labeled as one of the most beautiful churches for wedding in TN. Will head back to see the church!
  • The director is awful. She is extremely rude and inappropriate. Since she can't handle a situation appropriately complaints will be made.
  • Best hidden Gem in Murfreesboro! There are old periods from a couple of centuries including furnishings. It has the world's record holder for the largest cedar bucket! (Who knew?) Also, on the weekends, the art gallery is open at the back to view art for free.
  • First time my daughter and i have ever been had a blast. Nice ppl great service. We love the music and the dancing. So fun!
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