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Columbia - Attractions


You can contact the Middle Tennessee Visitors Bureau for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Middle Tennessee Visitors Bureau
8 Public Square
Columbia, TN   38401
(931) 381-7176
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Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Columbia:


Dinner and a Murder

1208 Nashville Hwy.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - Dinner is served & murder is committed. Use your wits to blackmail, bribe & scheme your way through an exciting interactive murder mystery.



Maury County Arts Guild

705 Lion Pkwy.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - The MCAG is one of the largest and the oldest community theatres in Middle Tennessee, providing quality, year 'round, theatrical productions.



James K. Polk Ancestral Home

301 W. 7th St.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - Built in 1816, the only surviving home of the 11th U.S. President (other than the White House) now displays original belongings of the President and Mrs. Polk.



Historic Downtown Columbia

Downtown Sq.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - The historic Columbia Square is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Over 90 restored buildings surround the courthouse with shops.



The Athenaeum Rectory

808 Athenaeum St.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - The Athenaeum Rectory was an extraordinary school for girls which flourished from 1852 - 1904. Changing exhibits are featured throughout the year.



Ashwood Pottery

111 W. 7th Street,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - Wheel thrown pottery, weaving, blown glass, woodcraft, garden, art, jewelry, silver & gemstone, beads and unique hand crafted treasures.



Accents & Antiques / Artists in Residence Lisa Pardon

37-38 Public Sq.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - Columbia's largest antique mall. 7,000 sq. ft. of antiques and collectibles. Featuring artist in residence Lisa Pardon. Glassware, jewelry, furniture & prints.



Historic Elm Springs

740 Mooresville Pk.,  Columbia, TN or you can contact the Middle Tennessee VB @ (888) 852-1860 for additional information.  - A Greek revival mansion built in 1837. Consisting of two story red brick construction, it sits on a hilltop on the outskirts of Columbia.


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