Cannonsburgh Village | 125 Years of Southern Rural Life

Cannonsburgh Village | 125 Years of Southern Rural Life

Grain Mill at Cannonsburgh Village

I love old buildings and taking a peek into the past, which is exactly what you can do at Cannonsburgh Village. Take a tour at this beautiful park through 125 years of Southern rural life. Cannonsburgh Village is a reconstructed Southern village that was created as part of the American Revolution Bicentennial project in 1974.

Barn at Cannonsburgh Village

The village includes a gristmill, one-room schoolhouse, chapel, toll bridge, town hall, Leeman house residence, doctor’s office, one-room log cabin, Stones River garage and a general store.

L&N Railroad Caboose

As well, you can see a working blacksmith shop, fire engine and L&N Railroad caboose.

We would be remiss if we didn’t mention Cannonsburgh Village is also home to the world’s largest cedar bucket.

The annual Uncle Dave Macon Days festival is hosted here and celebrates old-time music and dance. Throughout the year other markets and festivals are held on these grounds.

Car in Stones River Garage

The village is open May 1 – December 1. Closed December through April. Tuesday – Saturday from 9am until 4pm and Sunday from 1pm – 4pm. Grounds are open year round. Cannonsburgh is ADA-accessible. Parking is free.

Cannonsburgh Village
312 South Front Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
615.890.0355

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