Franklin, TN

Five budget-friendly things to do in Franklin

Dex Walker
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FRANKLIN, TN - There are many ways to enjoy the historic charm of Franklin, especially when you're on a tight budget. Here are five things you can do to enjoy favorite attraction spots in Franklin, without spending extra.

Take a Digital Walking Tour

Visit various attractions and historical places in Franklin from your home. Download the full walking tours material on Visit Franklin's website,, and unveil lots of Franklin's most favorable spots and attractions. Complete the full walking tour for a chance to win a prize.

Join Midnight Sun Scavenger Hunt

Discover Franklin's historical stories in a unique and interesting Midnight Sun Scavenger Hunt with family and friends. Participants will work in groups to solve several clues to find hidden horse statues and win prizes. In order to join, participants can take the game brochure at the Visitor Center in Downtown Franklin or download them on the website,

Take a Heritage Foundation Tour

Similar to the digital walking tour, you can discover lots of historical and heritage places in Franklin through the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County's map. The full tour is available to download on the website

Visit Franklin's Farmers Market

Explore Franklin's fresh local goods at Farmers Market, as it offers wide selections of locally produced goods, handmade products, and crafts at affordable prices. If you're lucky, you can experience live music performances and local events.

Have a picnic at Harlinsdale Farm

The 200-acre park offers a calm and peaceful atmosphere to spend time with family, friends, and loved ones. Have a picnic lunch or take an evening stroll at Harlinsdale Farm, as it features a dog park, a 3-acre pond for fishing, and a wide green space for outdoor activity.

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