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Located just a straight shot south from downtown Nashville, quaint downtown Franklin is the perfect sleepy Southern town. Visitors can easily spend a day browsing antique shops and boutiques and dining at one of its many ecelctic restaurants...more
All reviewsmain streetsmall townshops and restaurantsmellow mushroomparking garagecute shopsgreat shoppingbeautiful townwalk arounda great place to spendmovie theatersouthern townspice shopfew hourssouthern charmspend an afternoonhistorical sites
Americans will call it a city, but the Brits would call it a town. A lovely quaint small place it is indeed with some great shops and restaurants/cafes. Really everything to do with shopping is along one street with a few small shops off side...More
A visit to the Franklin area should always include spending time exploring downtown. You should do so both at night and during the day. Many of the old antique stores have disappeared, but it appears more retail and mixed-use are popping up. A beautiful area...More
Downtown Franklin has a variety of options for everyone. There are many restaurants, shops, antiques, historic walks. If you are into history Franklin is steeped in it yet has enough new to keep you coming back.
Franklin is everyone’s favorite day trip. If you’re lucky, you might even get to live in this charming town. Young families, multi-generation families, retiree families; they’re all here. It’s the perfect blend of transplants and locals, all of whom like to testify to how much...More
This area is nice to walk around and take in a fairly safe day of walking or strolling around lots of shops and restaurants people are friendly. The bad I think the people around this area need a little more driver training or awareness of...More
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I can't be sure. When I lived in Brentwood before Memorial Day was a big shopping day and everything was open. I really can't imagine the stores not being open for the most part at least in downtown Franklin. They depend on... More
I can't be sure. When I lived in Brentwood before Memorial Day was a big shopping day and everything was open. I really can't imagine the stores not being open for the most part at least in downtown Franklin. They depend on tourism.