From Nashville, I-65 South: Take Exit #78-A east on Harding Place (approximately 7 miles south of Nashville.) At the second light turn right onto Trousdale Drive. Travel south on Trousdale for approximately 1 mile. At the four-way stop, turn left on Hogan Road. Travel on Hogan Road until it ends at a four-way stop at the brick entrance gates to the Ellington Agricultural Center. Enter the front gates and bear to the right. Follow the signs to the museum. Handicap parking is located at the front of the museum.
Suggested Bus Route: Travel on Hogan Road until it ends at the four-way stop at the brick entrance gates to Ellington Agricultural Center. At this four-way stop turn right onto Marchant Drive. Follow the road up the hill and signs will direct you to museum parking.
From Nashville, I-24 East: Take Exit #56 west onto Harding Place (approximately 7 miles south of Nashville). Travel 1 1/2 miles to the busy intersection at Nolensville Road. On your right is Wal-Mart. Turn left onto Nolensville Road and travel south 1/10 mile. At the first traffic light, turn right onto Edmondson Pike. Travel 1 1/2 miles on Edmondson Pike and turn right at the brick entrance gates to Ellington Agricultural Center. At the three-way stop, turn left. Go to the top of the hill, and follow museum signs.
Music and Molasses Festival
The magic is back in 2017 and better than ever!
Join us as we celebrate the harvest at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, located at historic Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville. The annual Music and Molasses Festival brings history alive, attracting several thousand people with an exciting blend of food, fellowship and fun.
What will your favorite moment be? Watching the sparks fly as the blacksmith turns iron into horseshoes? Watching a lump of clay rise suddenly into a graceful pot? Watching the sorghum run through the horse-turned mill? Perhaps a pony ride? So many sights, so many sounds, and so many delightful aromas await.
There’s something for everyone, and plenty of items to purchase fresh from local artisans, bakers and growers. Save the dates now!
- Saturday, September 23 – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. central time
- Sunday, September 24 – 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. central time
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For More Information
For more information, contact the Tennessee Agricultural Museum at (615) 837-5197 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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