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Follow your ears to some toe-tapping Middle Tennessee music.
History, art, and outdoor adventures await for families ready for a memorable spring in Middle Tennessee.
Herald in the autumn months by experiencing these Made in Tennessee fall festivals.
Fall trip ideas for leaf peeping.
Middle Tennessee has your fall calendar planned with these Made in Tennessee festivals.
Tennessee pulls the curtain back on this piece of history through preserved battlefields, plantation homes and visual storytelling.
From thrilling roller coasters to lush gardens and historic stories, kids of all ages love visiting these Made in Tennessee destinations.
You don't have to travel around the nation to hear the Soundtrack of America. Just come to Tennessee where it was born and bred.
Millions of lights illuminate the way in how to spend your Tennessee holidays.
See some of the area's best singers and songwriters every Thursday night starting at 6 p.m. (No cover!)
Take a Virtual Tour of Our Downtown and Local Businesses
Welcome to America's Favorite Main Street!
The Greatest Story of the Civil War
Williamson County's hidden gem, the Village of Leiper's Fork is a picturesque village located south of Franklin just off the Natchez Trace Parkway. You're invited to shop, dine, listen to live music, or tour the beautiful Leiper's Fork Distillery.
Discover why Franklin, Tennessee and all the communities of Williamson County are Rooted in Americana.
Kristin Luna provides some tips on where to eat and what to do during your Pilgrimage Festival stay in Franklin, Tennessee.
The music venues you need to check out in Middle Tennessee
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