Nashville November 23, 2016
The Little Town Near Nashville Might Just Be The Most Unique Town In The World
The historic Cannonsburgh Village is known for being a Tennessee time capsule, if you will. A beautiful spot, perfect for history lessons and wedding events, this is one beautiful spot that will you an understanding of what once was, before the wilds of today.
Located in Murfreesboro, Cannonsburgh Village exemplifies a solid century of Tennessee state history - approximately the 1830s to the 1930s.
On the property you're able to find a school house, telephone operator's house, a museum, a caboose - we could go on and on.
The whole point of this sweet town stuck in time to teach the folks of today about the beauty of yesterday. Cannonsburgh Village exists as a testament to the past.
The small church in Cannonsburgh is simple and small. A chapel devoid of decadence, this is a place of worship that focused solely on the Sunday morning sermon.
Self-guided tours are free, so you can wander around to your hearts desire. If you're looking for a guided tour, you can register for a small fee.
The Ellis Gray gristmill was built around 1830, and was actually moved to its spot in the village.
Cannonsburgh Village also plays host to a series of festivals throughout the year. No matter what season, there's usually a little something going on at this Murfreesboro gem.
School tours are common and encouraged, at a fee of $2 per student. Common, encouraged and AFFORDABLE. Don't you think?
Now a local hangout spot, Cannonsburgh Village began to curate its ties to Tennessee history in the 1970s and has since grown to encapsulate a statehood.
A beautiful spot, a neat place to visit and solid tour if you're looking to make history tangible. Take a Saturday, make a visit - this is a must.
Have you ever visited Cannonsburgh Village? We think it looks neat! So is
this Nashville chapel, if you’re curious…