Don’t Miss Boo in the Boxwoods at Rippavilla

Multi-ethnic children dressed in Halloween costumes

If you don’t have a neighborhood for trick-or-treating, stop by Rippavilla. On Wednesday, October 31, from 5 p – 8 p they will be offering Boo in the Boxwoods. The family-friendly free event will have a costume contest from 5 p – 6 p followed by trick or treating from 6:30 – 8 p.

Rippavilla is located at 5700 Main Street, Spring Hill. Businesses in Spring Hill can reserve free booth space. The booth is a 10 x 10 spaces will be available to rent in and around the Boxwoods at Rippavilla for businesses to distribute treats to children during the Trick or Treat portion of the evening. Email to reserve your space.

Rippavilla Plantation, owned and maintained by the City of Spring Hill is the stately, 160+ year old home of  Nathaniel F. Cheairs IV. and Susan McKissack Cheairs. Located in the heart of Spring Hill, Tennessee, Rippavilla Plantation features a stunning and fully restored 1850s Greek Revival styled mansion, complete with original Cheairs family antiques, heirlooms and Civil War artifacts.

The grounds, which span 98 acres in Maury County, encompass the family and slave cemeteries, Freeman’s Bureau school house, slave quarters, the Battlefield of Spring Hill (precursor to the famous Battle of Franklin) and the Museum Gift Shop.

Rippavilla Plantation is open daily for guided tours, field trips, and family outings, and is the venue for many popular events, check out our event calendar for more information.

The extraordinary home, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, is also the ideal setting for weddings, receptions, and other private functions.