Address: 1345 Eastern Flank Cir. Franklin, TN 37064 Contact Email: info@BattleofFranklinTrust.org Phone: (615) 794-0903
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Exit 65 on I-65, West towards Franklin. Travel 1 mile to Mack Hatcher Blvd., turn left. Travel 1.2 miles to US 431/Lewisburg Pike, turn right. Travel 1.2 miles to Carnton Ln., turn left. Go to end of Carnton Ln. to Carnton's gravel drive and gate.


Carnton is the restored home of John and Carrie McGavock. The house once a vibrant plantation home, served as field hospital to hundreds of wounded and dying Confederate soldiers following the Battle of Franklin in 1864. The house, grounds and garden are open for tours daily. Test. Test.

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City: Franklin, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

Admission Rates:
Adults $15, seniors (65+) $12, children (6-12) $8, Children under 6 free, Grounds tour $5 Please call for group and school rates. 615.791.1861.

Hours Open:
Open Year-round