See & Do

Franklin has something for everyone! From local distilleries and Civil War history to strolling historic Main Street and visiting local farms, you can choose your own adventure in Franklin! Browse our top attractions, learn more about local favorites, and more to start planning your perfect trip.

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Judith Bright Jewelry
Located in Franklin

Judith Bright Jewelry features locally made jewelry, perfect for any occasion! Shop one-of-a-kind gemstone jewelry, wire-wrapped cuffs, bridal gifts, and

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Baby Goats & Cheese Boards
Located in Franklin

Come enjoy the beautiful summer weather, enjoy some baby goat time, and enjoy a delicious selection of cheeses and accompaniments

The Field at Franklin
Located in Franklin

The Field at Franklin is a drive-in theater for movies, concerts and special events, located behind Rolling Hills Community Church.

Pharmacy Care of Tennessee
Located in Nolensville

Pharmacy Care of Tennessee is a family owned pharmacy and gift shop in Nolensville that features locally made items, baby gifts,

The Diva Shoppe Boutique
Located in Nolensville

The Diva Shoppe Boutique is a trendy, affordable stop to shop for curated clothing and accessories, home decor, cute gifts,

Fuller Story Marker: U.S. Colored Troops (USCT)
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

The marker in front of the historic courthouse facing the square discusses the U.S. Colored Troops’ role in the Civil

Fuller Story Marker: The Franklin Riot of 1867
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

On this marker facing the historic courthouse, the unrest and armed clashes among political groups, and white and black populations

Fuller Story Marker: Reconstruction
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This marker, located nearest the intersection of the roundabout and 2nd Avenue, details the time of reconstruction following the Civil

Fuller Story Marker: Franklin’s Town Square
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This marker indicates the location of a two-story brick courthouse that was constructed in 1809 and the role that the

Fuller Story Marker: The Battle of Franklin
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

The Battle of Franklin is summarized in this marker directly in front of the statue at the center of the