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Louise G. Lynch Archives And Museum

Williamson County Archives collects, preserves, and provides access to county records with enduring administrative and historical value. Dating back to the founding of Williamson County in 1799, visitors will discover artifacts from the days of old that tell the story of Williamson County. The recreated Main Street display and the military room are filled with interesting objects from the Civil War through World War II. Vintage clothing, quilts, photos, military uniforms, tools, and more are on display. The archives section includes record holdings of marriage licenses and bonds, wills and probates, tax records, deeds, and much more. Tours are free to the public. Free parking on-site for visitors. Groups welcome.


Monday-Friday | 8am-4:30pm

Saturday | 9am-5:30pm (seasonally)

611 W. Main Street
Franklin, 37064