Franklin is filled with buildings of historical significance. One of these structures is The Factory. This was the former ... More
Factory at Franklin (The)
Franklin is filled with buildings of historical significance. One of these structures is The Factory. This was the former home of the Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef, and later the Jamison Bedding Company. A National Historic Landmark, it is now home to shopping and meeting spaces. Specialty shops such as art galleries, fashion boutiques and photographer's studios fill the storefronts inside. Meeting space is available in three areas, accommodating up to 5,000 people and perfect for a wedding or business conference.
In case the name didn't give it away, the specialty here is meat. Chicken, ribs and beef are served up
in classic American style. Enormous portions and reasonable prices make this restaurant a favorite with families and large groups. ...
Nestled on ten beautifully wooded acres, this fully restored log cabin features a spacious bedroom, a full bath, a fully
equipped kitchen, large porches with cedar rockers and gliders, a gas grill, and a picnic table. Hiking and biking ...
Possibly, the five bloodiest hours of America's Civil War took place here at the Battle of Franklin. On November 30,
1864, Carnton was occupied by Confederate troops moving toward the well entrenched Federal army. A devastating battle ensued. Later, ...