Museums in Franklin, TN

Find museums in Franklin, TN. Listings include Carnton, Carter House, Franklin Ghost Tours, Lotz House Museum, Battle of Franklin and Williamson County History on Franklin Home Page and Gallery 202, In Historic Franklin Tn.. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Carnton

Carnton

1345 Eastern Flank Cir, Franklin 37064

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  • 07/04/19
    Want to know more about the paths Revolutionary War Veterans and their families took before and after the War? Check out this great GIS map, courtesy of our friends at the Tennessee State Library and ...
    > Historic Franklin Masonic Hall Foundation
  • 07/04/19
    "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in ...
    > Carnton
  • 07/04/19
    "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in ...
    > Carter House
  • 07/04/19
    We wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July as we celebrate our nation's 243rd birthday!
    > Historic Franklin Masonic Hall Foundation
  • 07/04/19
    Carnton and Carter House are both OPEN on the 4th of July! Plan your visit here: boft.org/visit
    > Carter House
  • 07/04/19
    Carnton and Carter House are both OPEN on the 4th of July! Plan your visit here: boft.org/visit
    > Carnton
  • 07/02/19
    Thanks to everyone who made it out Sunday for our Sunset Concert featuring Johnny Cash Now Tribute Show! Make sure to mark your calendar for our next concert, Resurrection - A Journey Tribute, on Sund...
    > Carnton
  • 07/02/19
    The Mexican-American War, 1846-1848, was instigated by President James K. Polk as a result of an ongoing border dispute with Mexico. When Secretary of War William Marcy requested 2,800 recruits from T...
    > Carter House
  • 07/02/19
    The Mexican-American War, 1846-1848, was instigated by President James K. Polk as a result of an ongoing border dispute with Mexico. When Secretary of War William Marcy requested 2,800 recruits from T...
    > Carnton
  • 07/02/19
    POP QUIZ: When did Tennessee first become known as the Volunteer State? Find out in the most recent episode of TENN in 20: Official Podcast of the Battle of Franklin Trust! Episode are available on a...
    > Carter House
  • 07/02/19
    POP QUIZ: When did Tennessee first become known as the Volunteer State? Find out in the most recent episode of TENN in 20: Official Podcast of the Battle of Franklin Trust! Episode are available on a...
    > Carnton
  • 06/27/19
    Experience the Franklin Battlefield in a way you've never experienced it before by taking one of our new Eastern Flank Battlefield Tours! The tour focuses on many elements of the Battle of Franklin, e...
    > Carnton
  • 06/26/19
    Are you caught up on TENN in 20: Official Podcast of the Battle of Franklin Trust? Recent episodes have covered topics like the life of President James K. Polk, the 1946 riot in Columbia, TN, and a fo...
    > Carnton