Thinking about Moving to Franklin? We’ve created this page to give you a little info. Depending on traffic, Franklin is a short 30 minute drive from Nashville. The population as of 2021 was 85,469. Franklin has received a plethora of awards for their incredible school systems, charming Historic Downtown area, and was an All American City winner in 2020.
Things to do in Franklin, Tennessee
The first place to visit in Franklin would be Historic Downtown Franklin. The streets are lined with local shops in historic buildings. If you are interested in History, there is no shortage in Franklin. The biggest piece being the Civil War battle, The Battle of Franklin. If you are wondering where to start, there’s a visitor center on 4th ave. Although the population has grown, Franklin is still a pretty “quiet” town…so if you are looking for pedal taverns, you’re going to want to head north on I65 to Nashville :).
If you would like to see some amazing historic homes, drive down West Main Street towards the square (which is actually a circle), Right on 7th, then Right on 4th, Right on South Margin, Left on Lewisburg Pike (5th Ave), stay on Lewisburg Pike when it forks to the left, then take a right onto Carnton Lane. Just on that drive you will see some amazing historic homes and you will end up at Carnton Plantation which is the cream of the crop.
Coffee Shops in Franklin
The Frothy Monkey
The Coffee House
Popular Bars in Franklin
Tours in Franklin
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Breakfast in Franklin
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Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen
McGavock’s Coffee Bar and Provisions
Moving to Franklin
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