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Things To Do

Adams Tennis Complex

Visit the Rutherford County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau website for more information on attractions, artists, cultural events and art venues in our community.

Aquatics & Swimming

Arts and Culture

Visit the Rutherford County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau website for more information on local artists, attractions, cultural events, and arts venues in our community.

Baldwin Photographic Gallery

The Baldwin Photographic Gallery regularly hosts photographic exhibitions by some of the world’s most renown photographers. The gallery is considered one of the finest photographic galleries in the southeast. It is a treasure to our community, and it is open to the public.

Barfield Crescent Park

Better Boro Project

Boro Art Crawl

The Rotunda at City Hall regularly exhibits the work of local artists and participates in the Boro Art Crawl, which takes place every other month, on the second Friday of the month. The Boro Art Crawl is a free event, open to all.

Boro Beach

Bradley Academy Museum & Cultural Center

Cannonsburgh Village

Citizens Academy

Discovery Center at Murfree Spring

Engaging Curious Minds to Fuel the Future. Chartered in 1986 as Children’s Museum Corporation of Rutherford County, the Discovery Center provides hands-on educational opportunities for the community.

Gateway Island

Golf & Youth Golf

Learn more about the City’s public golf courses and youth golf programs.

Greenways & Wetlands Home

History of Murfreesboro

Learn more about the history of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

International FolkFest

Learn more about the annual Murfreesboro International FolkFest, featuring dance groups from around the world, the International Folkfest in Murfreesboro, Tennessee promises to be a week of excitement and education. Throughout the week, international groups will perform for area schools, youth and senior citizen organizations and for civic clubs.

Linebaugh Public Library

Linebaugh Public Library System (LPLS) is comprised of five branches and a Bookmobile, serving the Greater Rutherford County community

MTSU athletics

Visit the official website for Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) athletics.

Murfreesboro Main Street

Murfreesboro Main Street organization is committed to enhancing, maintaining, and promoting Downtown Murfreesboro, offering free, public events including JazzFest, a Summer Concert Series – Friday Night Live; Christmas Tree Lighting; Trick or Treat on the Square; and our Main Street Saturday Farmers Market,

Murfreesboro Symphony

For over 30 years the Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra has performed classical, contemporary and pops orchestral pieces for the community.

Murfreesboro Youth Orchestra

Visit the website for Murfreesboro’s Youth Orchestra,Ethos Youth Ensembles.

Oaklands Mansion

The history of Oaklands, an elegant mansion caught in the crossfire of the Civil War. This nationally registered, historic landmark reflects a time of prosperity in the Old South, the hardships suffered during the Civil War, and the pride of the Murfreesboro community.

Parks & Recreation

Patterson Park Community Center

St. Clair Senior Center

Look through the adult day care services and activities at the St. Clair Senior Center.

Explore upcoming events at the Saint Clair Senior Center.

Research information about the Senior Center Advisory Board.

Stones River National Battlefield (NPS)

The Battle of Stones River began on the last day of 1862 and was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War. The battle produced important military and political gains for the Union, and it changed forever the people who lived and fought here.

Summer Programs 2017

Tennessee Miller Coliseum

The Tennessee Miller Coliseum sits on 154 acres located at 304B West Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The coliseum is the venue for local, state, regional, national and international horse show events. Contact us to host your next event at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum.

The Center for the Arts

The Center for the Arts opened to the public on December 1, 1995 and was originally funded by the City of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County. In 2008 The Center became a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization and now depends on the generosity of the public for funding. Since it’s opening, the Center for the Arts has been presenting theatrical productions, visual art exhibitions, music concerts, dance performances and educational classes.

Tourism, Convention & Visitors Bureau

Welcome to the Heart of Tennessee! Tour, shop, dine and relax in this vibrant Southern community located just southeast of Nashville — in the exact center of Tennessee. Ready, Set, Rutherford is an online resource for you to find all the places to play, meet, and stay in Rutherford County.

Uncle Dave Macon Days

Visit the website for Murfreesboro’s largest annual community event, Uncle Dave Macon Days – Music and Arts Festival.


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