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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.

The holidays are perfect time to enjoy the classic charm of Franklin! From picture-perfect storefronts to signature holiday events, you’ll see why Franklin was named one of “The World’s Most Magical Christmas Villages” by Oprah Magazine and “50 Absolute Best Christmas Towns in USA” by 365Traveler.

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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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December
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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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December
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World’s Best Cup of Coffee…A Christmas Bar

Celebrate your favorite holiday movies and Christmas memories with one-of-a-kind cocktails in a fully immersive Christmas experience. McGavock’s Coffee Bar will transform into Franklin’s first and only holiday pop-up bar, World’s Best Cup of Coffee. Enjoy fun movie-themed cocktails and unique Christmas decor. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. 21+ after 9

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December
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Willy Wonka: Presented by Off The Square Theater

Off the Square Theater Company has been bringing magic to the stage since 2015. In their aim to be a Christ-centered, family, and Community-oriented theater company, they have produced several memorable musical theater productions such as the Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, Annie, and Matilda. Coming back for its tenth production, Off The Square Theater