Tuesday, September 29, 2020 8:00 AM by Visit Columbia
Category - Blog
From the crisp leaves on the downtown square, to the fall scents lingering in and out of shops, to the historic and spooky events... it is one of the absolute best times of the year. Let us walk you
It’s your long weekend and what better way to spend it than (a) let everyone do the work for you OR (b) create your own adventure!
(a) Start the day off on the square for breakfast at Puckett’s or
Hiking the bluffs high above the Duck River. Exploring caves once used by prehistoric hunters for shelter. Paddling a kayak along the most bio-diverse river in North America. Descending to a waterfall
Monday, February 18, 2019 8:00 AM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Explore Columbia, Tennessee’s African American history sites in-person to get a grasp on how the city’s African Americans have experienced life and contributed to Tennessee.
The Middle Tennessee
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 2:00 PM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Valentine's Day in Columbia, Tn
Columbia, Tennessee isn’t just a place - it’s a lifestyle for residents and visitors alike. And for a lot of folks, the foundation of that lifestyle is the collective of locally-minded boutiques,
Columbia and Maury County are a treasure trove of restored, maintained and protected antebellum mansions. Here are just five of the historic properties that bring the story of Tennessee alive - from a
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 12:00 PM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Get to know the coffee culture of Columbia, Tennessee by visiting each of these unique coffee spots - Muletown Roasted Coffee, Tennessee Coffee & Smoothie Company and Buckhead Coffeehouse.