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Towns & Villages in Tennessee
Take a tour of some of the charming towns and villages around Tennessee for a taste of local culture, great food, and exciting events and festivals. Self-guided tours or guided tours will give you a glimpse of southern living.
Enjoy a trek through middle Tennessee and head for Murfreesboro. Once you've arrived, be sure to check out the Cannonsburgh Village just off of NW Broad Street and Front Street. Preserving a little slice of local history, Cannonsburgh Village is a reconstructed village and township.
The original name of the city of Murfreesboro, Cannonsburgh Village features the World's Largest Cedar Bucket. Experience nearly 100 years of the early days of Tennessee life with the school house, a wedding chapel, and blacksmith's shop. Free tours are self guided; guided tours require a nominal fee.
Downtown Bell Buckle
Throughout Tennessee, you'll find a wealth of charming and quaint towns, each a unique embodiment of southern living. In Middle Tennessee, head just south of Murfreesboro and just north of Shelbyville to discover Bell Buckle. Measuring in at just about half a square mile in total area, Bell Buckle is home to the annual R.C. & Moon Pie Festival.
As you explore the charming and subtle town, visit the Bell Buckle Cafe, where you'll find a wide selection of American cuisine favorites. Every March around the middle of the month, visit and check out the Daffodil Day, an ideal destination for those who love flowers and small-town festivals.