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Middle Tennessee family opens farm to public for DIY Christmas photoshoots

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Middle Tennessee family opens farm to public for DIY Christmas photoshoots. PHOTO: ROK Farms Venue

Haven't taken photos for your Christmas cards yet? Well, you're in luck. A family in Lewisburg, Tennessee is opening up their farm to the public for DIY Christmas photoshoots.

ROK Farms Venue is located off Highway 99 in Marshall County. Bo Klaren says it's been in his family for 200 years.

"With all the crazy things going on in the world today, my family is opening up our farm for people/families to come out and take Christmas pictures and enjoy the farm," Klaren told FOX 17 News.

The family has set up multiple "settings" for folks to come out and take photos, including a John Deer tractor with Santa's wagon in tow.

They're open most days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The price is only $10 for individuals or $20 a family if you take your own pictures. If you bring a professional photographer, there is a $20 photographer fee per family.

Professional photographers can also schedule mini sessions for two or more families for a $50 fee.

ADDRESS:
1295 Hwy 99 Lewisburg, TN 37091

For more information, visit their Facebook page.

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