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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 winter season is a cozy and magical time to visit Franklin. From scenic beauty and southern comfort food to  strolls down Main Street you’ll see why Travel + Leisure named Franklin one of the “50 Best Places to Travel in 2022.”

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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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Feb
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Tiny Little Donuts: Sweetheart Box of 100

At tiny little donuts, we are celebrating Valentine’s Day all-February long with Valentine’s sprinkles and a pink timeless glaze that we call the “Sweetheart glaze.” We will also serve our maple syrup glaze from now until the end of February. You don’t have to figure out something mushy to say to your Valentine, our Sweetheart

Feb
05
Stoney Creek Farm: Easy Prep and Recipes for a Plant-Based Diet Class

Admission: $35 Learn creative ways to use common ingredients to make tasty, wholesome meals that can be prepared ahead of time for easy lunches and quick dinners during the workweek. We will prepare three recipes for tasting during the class to show just how easy and yummy incorporating more plants into your meals can be.

Feb
05
Kid’s Class: Handmade Bird Feeders

Admission: $20 Winter is the perfect time to show a little love to our feathered friends! It is also a season filled with opportunities to quietly observe and learn more about the birds that visit your neighborhood. We will be making a variety of simple bird feeders using repurposed items such as pine cones and