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Built in 1929, The Factory occupies the buildings that once served as the Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef and later the Jamison Bedding Company. A member of the National Register of Historic Places, The Factory is rich with history and a very careful...more
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The Factory building was super cool in terms of architecture! A bakery, coffee shop, ice cream store, and taco joint were inside- that’s basically all the options for food. Although the building is very unique, it was pretty empty of both stores and shoppers. Pretty...More
Went for the City Farmhouse fall pop up. $12 to get into a space of about 30 vendors that were selling stuff made in China. There weren’t any antiques (except for 1 or 2 dealers) and it was pretty disappointing. We walked around the factory...More
My family visited the Factory at Franklin and were disappointed in the amount of stores there were. The atmosphere was nice but there was very little retail commerce and nothing that interested my kids.
Went to The Factory at Franklin this weekend. There was a trade fair going on in the Hermitage Room, plus the regular shops were also open. Some were very unique; some were of personal interest, some were not....regardless, I did appreciate each store and what...More
nice way to spend a rainy afternoon,,,places to eat, lots of craft shops and local flare and even a large meeting room if you have an event you need to plan...plenty of close parking and many different entrances
The Factory is and old stove factory and is now a venue with food, shopping and shows. On top of all this the Franklin Farmers Market is held here every Saturday all year round. There is renovations going on and I am not sure what...More
This place you can buy ice cream, pizza, bakery goods, coffee, fresh squeezed juices, paint your own pottery, buy a guitar, buy stained glass, buy new and used vinyl LP records, buy vintage clothing & jewelry & art, last but not least,,,,, get some fresh...More
The Factory was pretty good. I was expecting more vendors though. Once it fills up, it will be a great place to visit. If we had not just eaten, we would have tried the bakery or the ice cream place. Both of those places looked...More
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I believe it opens at 10am on Saturday. Make sure when you go, to check out Five Daughters Bakery. You won’t regret it. Also sometimes there is a Farmer’s market in the back parking lot area behind the factory and it’s a... More
I believe it opens at 10am on Saturday. Make sure when you go, to check out Five Daughters Bakery. You won’t regret it. Also sometimes there is a Farmer’s market in the back parking lot area behind the factory and it’s a LARGE farmers market.