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6 Ways to Treat Yourself in Franklin

6 Ways to Treat Yourself in Franklin

Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, or any special day, Franklin is the ultimate destination to celebrate. From luxury experiences to chef-curated meals, there are endless ways to treat yourself in Franklin!

Where to stay & shop

Plan a stay at the luxurious Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin; get dinner and drinks at the Red Pony; relax with a Swedish-inspired massage at The NOW Massage; enjoy a wine-tasting or cocktail-making class at Saint Goose; and shop along Main Street at boutiques Posh, Emmaline, and Onyx & Alabaster.

Hit the open road

Rent a performance sports car or a classic American muscle car from Enterprise Exotics in Franklin to cruise down the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, enjoy a farm-to-table dinner at 1892, and go on a tour and tasting experience at Leiper’s Fork Distillery.

Treat yourself

Shop incredible vintage jewelry at Walton’s Jewelry, enjoy a Simply Living Life picnic and wine flight at beautiful Arrington Vineyards, get a non-toxic mani/pedi at freecoat nails, create a DIY bouquet at Amelia’s Flowers, and end the day with dinner at Culaccino.

Escape the hustle and bustle

Book a stay at a charming Pot N’ Kettle Cottage in Leiper’s Fork; a massage and facial at The Spa at Leiper’s Fork; shop in Serenite Maison, David Arms, and more in Leiper’s Fork; plan a special afternoon tea service at Triple Crown Bakery, and get dinner and drinks at Gray’s on Main.

Historic treats

Start the day with an extended guided tour of Carton, browse first editions at Landmark Booksellers, and end the day with a Dinner & Distilleries experience, which includes private car service, dinner at Circa, and a tasting tour at Company Distilling at Thompson’s Station. 

Treats on the water & on tap

Book a fishing excursion on the Harpeth River with Franklin Fly Fishing Co, shop all things outdoors at Bink’s Lodge, go on a tour, and sample locally made beer at Curio Brewing, then enjoy a special dinner at Cork & Cow.

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