Morning Glory Orchard Tours

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New for 2018, Morning Glory Orchard has "Taste and Tour" events at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Book in advance!

Do you have a group looking for something new and different to do? Head to Morning Glory Orchards in Nolensville for a Saturday “Taste and Tour” event. Good, old-fashioned orchard tours are available at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Visitors on the tour get to walk the orchard with one of the Wideman ladies (the farm is owned by Christina Wideman and husband Curt; daughters Alyson and Andrea work at the farm, too). During your tour, you’ll also learn the story of the orchard and hear how the peach and apple trees are maintained and protected. Then it’s onto the tastings! Sample the ciders, honey, molasses, apple butter and possibly a surprise from the orchard.
    Throughout the school year Morning Glory offers farm tours to school groups; this is the first time the farm has opened for Saturday tours.

About Morning Glory

Morning Glory Orchard sells a wide variety of farm-grown preserves each year including jams, jellies, butters, honey-mustard sauce, ciders, molasses, honey and chow-chow. The farm grows peaches (available in June) and a wide variety of summer produce. Come fall, the farm has 12 variety of apples including Red and Gold Delicious, Arkansas Black, Gala and others.

The cost of a “Taste and Tour” is $10 per person or $7 for children under 10. A “Family & Friends Four Pack” costs $35.

To book a “Taste and Tour” date, scroll down. Morning Glory Orchard is located at 7690 Nolensville Road in Nolensville. The farm doesn’t open “officially” until June 21, but Saturday tours are happening now. For more information, call 615-393-4088.

Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.

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