Franklin Battlefield Tours
Every Tuesday through Friday
Join us for a comprehensive walking tour of the Franklin battlefield. The tour focuses on many elements of the Battle of Franklin, explaining why it occured, the arrival of the Federal and Confederate armies, and the details of what became known as one of the greatest single assaults of the Civil War.
Tours begin from The Carter House at 11am every Tuesday through Friday. Reservations are encouraged. The battlefield tour is $25 per person and lasts approximately 90 minutes.
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Special Exhibition at
Battle Scarred: The 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Franklin
150 years ago, one of the most costly campaigns of the Civil War came to the town of Franklin. The Battle of Franklin Trust is proud to present this unique exhibition that captures the ultimate cost of war and the importance of the Battle of Franklin as part of our national heritage.
Battle Scarred is open August 2, 2014 through April 26, 2015. Admission is charged.
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Battle of Franklin Descendants' Reunion - October 10-12, 2014
The Battle of Franklin Trust is proud to host the ninth Battle of Franklin Descendants’ Reunions. The event will allow descendants of soldiers who fought in the Battle of Franklin, as well as those descended from families who lived in Franklin during the Civil War, to gather together and experience the history of their ancestors.
Registration is required.
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