Fiddle Dee Farms & The Barn
Fiddle Dee Farms is home to many different events throughout the year including a wedding venue, The Barn at Fiddle Dee Farms, and their fall Shuckle's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch.
Fiddle Dee Farms is a 53-acre family farm nestled about thirty minutes outside of downtown Nashville. The farm's story began over twelve years ago as the family chose to entertain the community with fall events during the months of September, October, and November. They became experts at hosting large numbers of people on the property while they enjoyed the beautiful surroundings, pumpkins, hayrides, and sweet treats.
The Barn at Fiddle Dee Farms (Year Round)
Over and over throughout the years they had been asked to share their beautiful farm with guests that were having memorable events, so they set out to build "A Barn" like no other.
Wedding barns are popular in Nashville, but for all who have seen The Barn at Fiddle Dee Farms, they know immediately it is not like any other. They paid attention to every detail, and for those who have entered, they have found how exquisite "The Barn" is from inside to out. The combination of elegance and charm exuberates everywhere. The towering barn boasting large cupolas wrapped in beautiful white siding, stone and cedar accents, the inside white ship-lap, heavy beams and crystal chandeliers, makes this one of the most beautiful, breath-taking estates in all of middle Tennessee, certainly none like you've ever seen. For more information you can call (615) 669-6293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shuckle's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch (September-October)
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The fabulous Shuckle's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch at Fiddle Dee Farms comes to life in September and October and features hayrides, corn mazes, animals, and much more! Check the website for the seasonal hours, events, and ticket information. You can also call (615) 669-MAZE (6293) or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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