The Tennessee Agricultural Museum at the Ellington Agricultural Center will be doing their Super Saturdays again this summer. We missed most of last year's, and overall, the turnout was not what they had hoped.
However, the lineup for this summer looks GREAT! I am really going to keep my eye on Andrew after he watches the tree climbing exhibition! All this is free to families...and you don't even have to drive to the country to get there.
Ellington Agricultural Center is a hidden gem just off Franklin Road in the Crieve Hall/Oak Hill neighborhood. Incidentally, it's close to another of my favorite spots: Traveller's Rest Plantation, an early 1800's home of John Overton.
They did a (free) family Christmas decorating day last year--so entertaining, I've already marked my calendar for this year's.
This sounds like a lot of fun - I'm going to check around here for something similar.
By the way...:)
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