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If you’re looking to slow down and experience Southern sophistication, Franklin is just the place for you! From our nationally recognized historic Main Street and local distilleries to Civil War history and boutique shopping, you’ll love making new memories in Franklin. Summer is the perfect time to kick back and relax and in Franklin. From scenic beauty and Southern comfort food to signature Summer events, you’ll see why Travel + Leisure named Franklin one of the “50 Best Places to Travel in 2022.”

Book Now for Pilgrimage to Get the Best Rates!

SPECIAL OFFER: Book any stay for the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival that occurs between September 21 – 27 and receive a FREE Pilgrimage festival pack! Swing by the Visitor Center during your stay to pick up your pack, which will include fun Franklin-themed festival items.

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Digital Passports

Explore Franklin and Williamson County with our free digital passports! From history and sweet treats to murals and craft coffee, you’ll enjoy seeing all Franklin has to offer with our fun digital passports to make your trip especially memorable. Plus, earn a prize to take home when you complete a trail or passport!

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Relax & Recharge in Franklin This Season

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Women’s History Tours at the Lotz House

Kelly Kautzman will guide the one-hour tour exploring what civilian life was like for women in the 1860’s as well as the compelling experiences that molded Matilda Lotz as a young girl.

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Franklin Farmers Market Feature

Every Saturday throughout the summer Chef Thomas of The Harpeth Hotel will feature a locally inspired feature dish with hand selected ingredients from our our local farmers market.

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Gary Morris

Gary Morris is known world-wide for his vocal mastery, able to hold audiences mesmerized and overwhelmed by the pure beauty and inspiration of his voice. His recording career garnered five #1 and 16 Top 10 singles, including “Why Lady Why,” “The Love She Found in Me” and “Baby Bye Bye.” Morris’ original rendition of the