Site info one of the bloodiest battles in the Civil War - you’re sure to learn some things about this war that you didn’t know before! Carnton Plantation tour can be combined with Carter House.
History buffs will love taking the tour of this family home that withstood one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. Great for families too! www.boft.org
The Carter house is the site of the great battle of Franklin. You can see bullet holes all over some of the buildings. There's a museum and tours, but you can really just walk around and enjoy the place. It's a short walk from Main Street.
Wonderful historic tour of this important Civil War site. Tour included with your booking.
If you are interested in Civil War history, the Carter House is the best destination in Franklin. The former slave plantation offers informative guided tours and a great gift shop. Not a huge time commitment, and just a half mile north of the Square.
“Great tours and information about the Civil War battle fought right here in Historic Downtown Franklin.”
“Merridee's has amazing fresh baked breads, pastries, pies, sandwiches, soups and so much more. I have been going to Merridee's Breadbasket since it opened in 1984. Merridee, the original owner, has since passed away. The new owner's kept her original recipes; i.e., chicken salad, pimento cheese, great blue cheese dressing and much more. They also added many new items to the menu giving everyone lots of great items to choose from. ”
“The picture says it all. We go all the time for ice cream and sit outside. It's rare that you don't strike up a conversation with someone walking by or sitting next to you. Their peanut brittle is to die for!”
“The charm of this old pharmacy building alone makes it a must visit, but the food and live music round out our favorite downtown dinner spot! ”
“Located just a few blocks from the cottage, Pinkerton Park has a one mile looped paved trail, canoe access to the Harper River, ADA certified playground, acres of open play areas, pavilions, pedestrian bridge over the river that connects to downtown, and access to Ft. Granger Civil War site. A family favorite, ”