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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 cute shops great shopping walk around historic town a great place to spend spice shop movie theater few hours southern charm spend an afternoon historical sites nashville area
We visited and spent the day in Franklin. Great little town with shops and restaurants. Was recommended to us and definitely worth the visit. Had lunch at Meriden breadbasket super popular spot with good homemade food and then we went to visit a plantation house.
This is a great change of pace from Nashville, but close enough to the city to get you some fun. Excellence shops all along the main steeet. Friendly faces. Diverse options. Well worth the 20 minute side south from Nashville!
A beautiful & quaint little town with charming little houses and wonderful large mansions! The main street area is full of wonderful & unique shops & restaurants. We were surprised at how affordable everything was! The conveniently located parking garage is free... so give yourself...More
We were very impressed with this town. The streets were very charming and it was easy to walk around. There are a lot of shops and great restaurants here. We ate at 55 South and loved the food and atmosphere there. I hope folks in...More
The art crawl is the best. Stop by the Parks Real Estate office next to the theater and they are great host for the town. Every time we visit from Alabama we love the walking downtown here (great restaurants also)
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I can't be sure. When I lived in Brentwood before Memorial Day was a big shopping day and everything was open. I really can't imagine the stores not being open for the most part at least in downtown Franklin. They depend on... More
I can't be sure. When I lived in Brentwood before Memorial Day was a big shopping day and everything was open. I really can't imagine the stores not being open for the most part at least in downtown Franklin. They depend on tourism.