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Just minutes south of Nashville, Franklin is often cited as one of the most beautiful downtowns in the U.S. Site of "the most famous battle you've never heard of," according to National Geographic, Franklin's Civil War story will amaze and enlighten...more
All reviews ghost tour food tour walking tour mayhem tour ghost walk great tour highly recommend this tour a great story teller civil war historical facts a lot of fun story telling come alive downtown area lotz house margie spooky
Alicia was so friendly, knowledgeable, and informative. It was a wonderful way to spend a few hours in Franklin. I thoroughly enjoyed it and she helped guide me to some places I coould explore on my own.
Had a great time on the haunted ghost tour. Alicia was our guide and was very informative and entertaining, she did a great job! After coming back and looking at our pictures this is what we discovered. These pictures were taken a few seconds apart....More
We had an amazing time on a rainy night in February learning some local history while hearing all about the ghosts and spirits that are a part of the Franklin community. Alicia was a fantastic tour guide; very knowledgeable and friendly, she made our experience...More
My sister and I was visiting Nashville for four days and was looking to do something fun and interesting. Me being a history buff and lover of all things creepy, I came across Franklin On Foot Ghost Tour. I can't tell you how awesome, interesting,...More
Me,my wife and my two sons went on franklin ghost tour,, Saturday the 9th.,2019,came down from Louisville,ky.,to visit my son,we really enjoyed the tour,the downtown was nice and pretty,our tour guide Alicia was great.
My husband and I absolutely loved the food tour. Our guide was knowledgable, friendly, and chose the most unique places that showcased true southern fare with flair. I am already planning my next girl's trip to include this tour and the ghost tour.
Fallen soldiers, elderly woman with candle stick, twin two years olds, playful mischief at night — ghosts sharing the 1858 Lotz House with beautiful contemporary Franklin Tn. Don’t believe in ghosts? Neither did I (and I am 76 years old). Tour guide and writer Margie...More
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Most tours are 90 minutes. Food tour is longer. Cost for most is $20 per adult, less for teens and kids. Not a lot of walking. They stick to downtown historic area, stopping at several spots to tell you about the history.