Explore the 1100 acre plantation estate built by candy king Frank Mars after the success of his Milky Way candy bar. Known for exquisite craftsmanship, the finest livestock, beautiful scenery, and employing over 900 workers during tough economic times, the farm is dear to many. The racetrack was home to Milky Way Farm's 1940 Kentucky Derby winner Gallahadion -still listed as one of the greatest longshot winners of the Derby. Just 1 hour from Nashville or Huntsville on US 31 between Columbia and Pulaski the 1100 estate is a true Tennessee treasure. Tours are $7 with complimentary pecan pie, ice cream, and coffee to our first 100 guests.
November 1, 2014 - November 2, 2014
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