From sporting events at the Miller Coliseum to hands-on exploration and learning at the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, the Select Inn Murfreesboro places you in the middle of every unique sight in the area. Explore the Stones River Battlefield, visit the MTSU campus, and start planning your itinerary for the perfect trip.
Live it up in vibrant Downtown Nashville. Discover the many downtown events, parking options, concerts, shows, art and gallery openings just moments from the property. Sports fans can also catch Predators and Titans games at the stadium, not far from the hotel.
Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) is the largest undergraduate university in the state of Tennessee and is home to the Blue Raiders. Athletics range from baseball, football, basketball, and tennis (men) to soccer, volleyball, track, and softball (women).
The Battle of Stones River began on the last day of 1862 and lasted three days. Learn all about one of the Civil War's bloodiest conflicts at Stones River National Battlefield by taking a self-guided tour and visiting the information-rich museum located just minutes away.
The Tennessee Miller Coliseum is a top venue for all types of sporting events and horse shows, including local, state, national, and international. From the Road to the Horse to the Grand Champion Horse Show, Miller Coliseum hosts many of the area's top horse events.
The annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration gets underway during the 11 days before Labor Day. Over $650,000 in prizes are awarded in this highly-competitive event where the breed's World Grand Champion and nearly 20 World Champions are crowned.
A national registered historic landmark, Oaklands Historic House Museum began as a plantation in the early 1800s. Built by Dr. James Maney and his wife, Sallie Murfree Maney, this elegant mansion provides an inside look at the prosperity of the Old South and subsequent hard times caused by the Civil War.
A hands-on museum and nature center, Discovery Center is ideal for both kids and adults. Exhibits include Murfree Spring Boardwalk, which winds its way around 20 acres of wetlands, and Wheels, where you can explore a train depot featuring Lionel Train engines and cars.