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Download the Tour Brochure with all of the details for the 2024 Ag & Arts Tour.

Digital Tour Brochure includes:

Tour Map

Tour Stops & Vendors


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Want a more immersive experience?

Print Tour Brochures are available NOW for $2.00.

Print Tour Brochure includes:

Tour Map

Tour Stops & Vendors

2024 Passport

2024 Recipe

Travel games


Print brochures are available Now through June 22, for purchase at:

The Local Place

111 S Public Square, Centerville


Touring Tips

• Please read the schedule and times carefully — not all stops are open both days and some times may vary.

• Be on the lookout for Ag & Arts Tour signs that mark important intersections and site locations

• Bring cash to shop with Artisans. Many stops will not have access to credit card machines or ATM's.

• Remember to bring your camera!

• Bring a cooler in case you purchase perishable items; such as produce, meats, herb butters, or flowers! 

• Parking will be limited at many farms. Please ride-share if you can. 

• Tune into our sponsor, WNKX 96.7 FM, for great music while traveling the backroads.

• Not all tour stops will have a bathroom accessible to the public. Please take the opportunity to use the bathroom when and where one is available.

• Don’t forget your stamps! Get a stamp on your 2024 Passport at each of the Tour Stops.

What is the
2024 Passport?

Complete your Passport to be entered into the Grand Prize drawing. Winner will receive gifts donated

from the participating Tour Stops.

  • Get a stamp at each Tour Stop you visit.

  • Visit as many Tour stops as possible between June 21-22.

  • Receive a stamp from at least 10 tour Stops.

  • Tear this page out and leave your Passport with your 10th stop to be entered into the Grand Prize drawing.

  • Don’t forget to add your contact info!

There will be 1 Grand Prize winner. Winner will be drawn at random from all of the complete Passports.


*Passports available
in Print Brochure

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Farm Rules

  • Please DO NOT bring pets onto the farm. Only service animals are allowed.

  • Please DO NOT enter private homes.

  • Please DO NOT leave your children unattended.

  • Please take time to wash your hands and make sure children wash their hands after petting any animal. You may also be asked to disinfect your shoes at farms with livestock to prevent farm-to-farm germ transmission.



Be aware that you are entering a working farm.

Please be considerate of posted signs and potential hazards. Under Tennessee law, an agri-tourism professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in an agri-tourism activity resulting from an inherent risk associated with the agri-tourism activity.


Events and information are subject to change. Please check this website and social media for the most up-to-date information.



  • Locations will be accessible by 2 wheel drive vehicles.

  • Parking may be limited at farms. Plan to share a ride if you can!

  • Access to restrooms and paved walkways may be limited at some farms.

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