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Franklin - Attractions


You can contact the Williamson County CVB for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Williamson County CVB
PO Box 156
Franklin, TN   37065
(615) 794-1225
www.williamsoncvb.org




Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Franklin:


McPhail Office

209 E. Main St.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Once used by Union generals as a headquarters, the office now serves as a visitors information center.



Tennessee Antebellum Trail

1345 Carnton Ln.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Scenic route to eight of the South's grandest plantations. Presidential homes, gardens, restored mansions, Civil War history, open to the public.



McGavock Confederate Cemetery

1345 Carnton Ln.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Nation's largest private Confederate cemetery holds remains of 1,481 Confederate soldiers killed in the Civil War Battle of Franklin.



Historic Carnton Plantation

1345 Carnton Ln.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Civil War field hospital, antebellum plantation home, 1847 garden, Confederate cemetery, restored slave dwelling, smokehouse and springhouse.



Franklin Historic Downtown

Main ST. & Historic District,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Fifteen block National Register Historic District with more than 79 unique shops, restaurants and antiques.



Franklin Civil War Museum

111 Columbia Ave.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Located in the house that witnessed the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864, the museum showcases Confederate & Union weapons, photos, uniforms and more.



Fort Granger

Pinkerton Park,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Built in 1862 by Union troops during the Battle of Franklin. Various locations provide spectacular view of Franklin.



The Factory at Franklin

230 Franklin Rd.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - A dining, retail and entertainment complex listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Antiques, art, gifts, 5 restaurants, parties.



Confederate Memorial Park @ Winstead Hill

Columbia Pk. (Hwy. 31 S. ),  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - A Confederate memorial park with monuments, historical markers, cannon, an overlook and 3-D map of the Franklin battlefield located on Winstead Hill.



The Carter House

1140 Columbia Ave.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - Visitors may see a film that narrates the Battle of Franklin, view the military museum and take a guided tour of the Carter House and grounds.



Recreation World

7115 S. Springs Ave.,  Franklin, TN or you can contact the Williamson County CVB @ (800) 356-3445 for additional information.  - A family fun center that features go-karts, mini golf, batting cages, bumper cars, in-line skating rink, video games and a great food court.


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