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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
"Known as ""Music City"" Nashville is filled with exciting attractions famous live entertainment venues renowned restaurants and interesting specialty shops. From its days as a frontier fort to being christened the ""Country Music Capital of the World"" Nashville celebrates its culture throughout the city. Take in a show at Opryland the renowned Ryman Auditorium the Bluebird Café or at one of the legendary honky-tonks along Broadway like Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Experience the city's heritage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Bicentennial Mall State Park and pay homage to the ""Man in Black"" at the Johnny C
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Nashville Zoo Admission Pass
"Explore Nashville Zoo located at 3777 Nolensville Pike. Walk through the entrance and enter the animal kingdom.Choose from several attractions to fill your day with wonder and furry creatures. Roam the trails such as the Savannah Loop. See majestic giraffes visit Lorikeet Landing to get nose-to-beak with these Australian parrots in the beautiful aviary. On the Zoo Central trail have an adventure on the Jungle Gym a 66000-square foot playground. Go to Gibbon Island and the Unseen New World to experience incredible animals crawling in trees and gliding through water. Follow the Jungle Loop for the Flamingo Lagoon and Critter Encounters. Visit Kangaroo Kickabou
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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
"Known as ""Music City"" Nashville is filled with exciting attractions famous live entertainment venues renowned restaurants and interesting specialty shops. From its days as a frontier fort to being christened the ""Country Music Capital of the World"" Nashville celebrates its culture throughout the city. Take in a show at Opryland the renowned Ryman Auditorium the Bluebird Café or at one of the legendary honky-tonks along Broadway like Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Experience the city's heritage at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Bicentennial Mall State Park and pay homage to the ""Man in Black"" at the Johnny C
From $35.00

More Things to Do in Franklin

The Franklin Theatre - Movies, Concerts & More!

A Franklin landmark since 1937, this beautiful theatre had closed it doors in 2007, due to the competition of megaplex theatres opening up in the nearby areas. Saved from demolition by the Heritage...
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May 27, 2014

Winstead Hill Civil War Site

Tony and I enjoy hiking around different parks..Now I call it hiking, even if there are no caves, waterfalls or mountains involved....it's basically a word I use for just plain walking around...
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May 21, 2014

Carnton Plantation- Civil War & Widow of the South

Carnton Plantation is an antebellum home in Franklin which played a major part in the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864. The home was less than a mile from the battle, and so was commandeered as...
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Mar 06, 2014

Collins Farm

Collins Farm is a 3 acre Historic Park near the Eastern Flank Battle Park and Carnton Plantation. The property has limited vehicle access and amenities. It is permissable to walk around the park to...
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butterflykizzez04
Feb 08, 2014

Third Coast Clay - Paint your Cares Away

OK, I must have been an artist in a previous life... Granted, in THIS life, I have no talent for it, but I sure do have the affinity! This is a different kind of painting - you select the clay piece...
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Oct 27, 2011

Winstead Hill

Yet another site of the Battle of Franklin. Winstead Hill was held by Federal Troops during the Battle of Franklin and served as a vantage point for the battle below. Now it offers a shady trail up...
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JustxLindsey
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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bucket of blood neighborhood

the bucket of blood neighborhood was one of four african american neighborhoods that were developed after the civil war in franklin. former slave rev. william perkins was the first freedman to build a...
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Nov 05, 2010

franklin visitor center

the franklin visitor center is located in the historic mc phail building on main street just south of courthouse circle. at the visitor center you can get directions and maps of the historic...
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Nov 05, 2010

methodist church

the current methodist church was built in 1871. the previous church on this site was used as a union field hospital during the battle of franklin. the methodist church is one of several historic...
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Nov 05, 2010

watson house

this beautiful second empire brick home was built in 1881. the watson house is one of a number of post civil war homes located in downtown franklin. the downtown franklin historic district is listed...
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Nov 05, 2010

courtney-bradford house

the courtney-bradford house was built in 1840. the courtey-bradford house is one of numerous antebellum homes located in downtown franklin. for those interested in southern culture and architure...
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Nov 05, 2010

fort granger

fort granger was an earthen fort located northeast of downtown franklin. fort granger was union general john scholfield's headquarters. during the battle of franklin artillery from this location...
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Nov 05, 2010

confederate cemetery

located on the grounds of carnton plantation is a cemetery for many of the confederate soldiers killed in the battle of franklin. john mc gavock donated the land for the cemetery in 1866. the cemetery...
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doug48
Nov 04, 2010

carnton plantation

carnton plantation was built by randal mc gavock in 1826. mc gavock was a former nashville mayor and was well known in political circles in the state of tennessee. andrew jackson was a frequent...
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Nov 04, 2010

Top Hotels in Franklin

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4201 FRANKLIN COMMON COURT, Franklin, TN 37064
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1490 Lewisburg Pike, Franklin, Tennessee, 37064, United States
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9150 Carothers Parkway, Franklin, Tennessee, 37067, United States
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7141 S Springs Dr, Franklin, TN 37067
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2001 Meridian Blvd, Franklin, Tennessee, 37067, United States
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2009 Meridian Blvd., Franklin, Tennessee, 37067, United States
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Top 5 Franklin Writers

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"franklin tennessee"
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""100 years and a few short miles from Nashville""
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"Franklin: This is my town!"
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"susie margaret and franklin, tennessee, USA"
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"Franklin, TN"
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