Murfreesboro, TN is located in the heart of the state, a few miles south of Nashville, and is one of the most populous cities in the Nashville Metropolitan Area. Interestingly, it is not only the fastest growing city in Tennessee, but also one of the most rapidly growing cities in the United States. Murfreesboro is also home to Middle Tennessee State University, which is the home of some 25,000 students. Tennessee had a huge role in the Civil War and Murfreesboro was the site for the Battle of the Stones River. Because Murfreesboro is a home to universities, colleges, museums, and historical heritage sites, the city has become a popular place for traveling.
Historic Murfreesboro is a great place to enjoy some outdoor and indoor fun. For nature lovers, lots of parks and outdoor spaces are available. Visit Stones River Greenway, a historic site because it was Civil War battle site. There are playgrounds for kids to play and a gorgeous walkway to leisurely peruse. Additionally, Old Fort Park is a good spot to hike, bike, play tennis or soccer, and play a round of golf.
Those looking for more historical sites can visit Cannonsburgh Village, which will take guests back in time to explore the early 19th century of Tennessee. The Oaklands Mansion is a hidden gem that is usally only on locals' radar. Tours of the historical mansion focus on the authentic decoration and furniture, and end with walks through the beautiful arboretum and heritage gardens. For great museum activities, check out the Middle Tennessee Museum of Natural History, home of different fossils, gemstones, animals, and much more. There are also dinosaurs on display! A great kid friendly place is the Discovery Center where everyone can explore and learn about our planet, animals, and plants.
The best areas to stay at Murfreesboro are around Todds Lake where nice, quiet parks, stores, restaurants, and bars are very close.
The best time to visit Murfreesboro is May and September when the weather is still hot, however, it is not burning hot and muggy.
Lots of great and beautiful restaurants are awaiting visitors at Murfreesboro. Barbecue definitely reigns supreme in Murfreesboro. But the Bonefish Grill is the most visited restaurant in this area, so seafood lovers and vegetarians don't have to worry too much about BBQ's dominance.
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