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Located just a straight shot south from downtown Nashville, quaint downtown Franklin is the perfect sleepy Southern town. Visitors can easily spend a day browsing antique shops and boutiques and dining at one of its many ecelctic restaurants...more
All reviews main street small town shops and restaurants mellow mushroom parking garage unique shops charming town spice shop great shopping walk around a great place to spend movie theater few hours southern charm spend an afternoon historical sites nashville area
Have been downtown while visiting before and love the small, quaint feel. So glad this event got delayed because we could attend when it was moved to Sunday evening. Great event for families, certainly very crowded!
Downtown Franklin is a great place to shop, eat or just go for a stroll. There are several great restaurants from casual to fancy. There are some great antique stores and the architecture and monument are educational. It is a must see.
This isn't a quaint town out in rural Tennessee, but basically a suburb of Nashville. Still, the old downtown core has the feel of a quaint small town. It is several blocks of shops and restaurants. Some have complained about chain stores but we didn't...More
Downtown Franklin Is packed with history and quaint little shops. Very easy to walk and highly recommended. A lot of museums are within walking distance From the downtown area. Restaurants are great and like I said a lot of quaint little shops that are worth...More
Shops, restaurants, and lots of people watching. Free parking garage. I wish there were more types of shops here as so many are clothing based, but it is great to see an active downtown in a city. My favorite spots are White’s Mercantile, Puckett’s Boathouse,...More
Downtown Franklin provided a needed respite from the hustle and bustle of Nashville. On a lovely Saturday after Thanksgiving we walked the streets, enjoyed the shops, and took in the fantastic 60 degree + temperatures. The shops offer unique wares, especially the spice shop! There...More
We spent two hours on a walking tour of historic downtown Franklin this morning, and it was a wonderful experience. We are residents, and have family here from Utah - our ages range from 60-8, and every single one of us loved it! Our tour...More