Looking for a memorable way to spend part of your Easter this year? Hop on down to Spring Hill, Tennessee for a perfect southern brunch at a restored Civil War era plantation.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY: RIPPAVILLA PLANTATION
WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE
Spring Hill, TN – Just south of Franklin in the community of Spring Hill, is one of Middle Tennessee’s best kept historic secrets, but it shouldn’t be! Rippavilla Plantation is a beautifully restored Civil War era mansion filled with historic family heirlooms and civil war artifacts.
How often can you say you enjoyed a holiday meal
at an honest to goodness Civil War plantation?
Each year, Rippavilla hosts a handful of events designed to give the community a unique family-oriented encounter with the past and a style of historic home that can only be found in the South. On March 27th, they will be hosting a traditional southern Easter Brunch with all the tradition favorites. Reservations are required and seating is limited.
Rippavilla Plantation was completed in 1855 to exacting detail and under the watchful eye of owner Nathaniel Frances Cheairs IV, a French Huguenot descent who married Spring Hill native Susan Peters McKissack. He was determined to build a mansion that would stand for over a hundred years. He’s gotten his wish and more as the plantation will be celebrating its 161 anniversary this year.
For more information visit: www.rippavilla.org
EVENT: Easter Brunch at Rippavilla
WHERE: Rippavilla Plantation | Spring Hill, Tennessee
DATE: March 27, 2016 | 11am – 1pm
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (931) 486-9037 (Deadline for reservations: March 21st)