Farm festivals take place frequently. They include the traditional fall festival which includes a corn maze, u-pick pumpkins, family and small group activities that capture social togetherness and friendship, and seasonal foods such as cider donuts, cider slushies, and kettle corn. Almost all events are limited-time offers.
A capacity for 450 guests (including the mezzanine)
Can host 400 guests
Houses 290 guests
A smaller space that can hold 65 guests
Convertible into meeting rooms
Can host cooking classes and small dinners for up to 18 people with an attached covered space, perfect for buffet service for Grove events and for outdoor classes and demonstrations.
Can be utilized for private events
Can be used for administration and operational purposes.
The weekend festivals are themed to specific crops such as strawberries, watermelons, corn, sorghum, tomatoes, and blueberries. Different foods incorporating each particular crop are featured (blueberry lavender) at the festivals along with various play and entertainment activities. Educational hayrides through the farm are offered at the festivals, which create learning opportunities about farming practices, the various crops that the farm grows and serves to visitors and the farm’s heritage.
Since 1953, the Williamson family has owned and operated a 200+ acre farm as the city of Murfreesboro Tennessee has grown around it.
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