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Lodge at Montgomery Bell

Franklin, TN

Approximately 40 minutes south of Lodge Montgomery Bell, Franklin is a melting pot of southern charm and modern sophistication. The musical talent that flows through Nashville, knows no bounds when it comes to Franklin. From world-class festivals to intimate jam sessions at local restaurants, you can experience the music on a local level. Taste Tennessee whiskey, drive down scenic countrysides, and walk down vibrant Main Street to find the perfect addition to your stay at Lodge Montgomery Bell. 

Attractions in Franklin, TN

Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival

Against a backdrop of rolling hills and natural amphitheatres, the annual Pilgrimage Music Festival offers a diverse yet renowned lineup of rock and roll, alt-country, bluegrass, jazz, indie, gospel and more. READ MORE.

The Factory at Franklin

The Factory at Franklin is home to some of middle Tennessee’s most-loved local businesses and performance venues. Once a former stove factory, this historic property is now a top destination for shopping artisan goods, trying culinary delights, and watching great live entertainment. READ MORE.

The Lotz House

The Lotz House is located in the heart of downtown historic Franklin, atthe epicenter of the Battle of Franklin, a pivotal battle of the Civil War. READ MORE.

Carnton Plantation and the Carter House

Tour the historical site that marks the Battle of Franklin, the last great battle of the American Civil War. The Carnton Plantation's McGavok Confederate Cemetery holds nearly 1,500 Confederate soldiers buried that were casualties of the Battle of Franklin that took place November 30, 1864. READ MORE.

Downtown Franklin

Downtown Franklin is among America's best examples of outstanding historic preservation. Travel along brick sidewalks and among an idyllic collection of Victorian architecture in this 16-block National Register district--with more than 70 unique shops and restaurants. READ MORE.

The Battle of Franklin Anniversary and Illumination

Each year on November 30th, The Battle of Franklin Trust hosts the Annual Illumination. Ten thousand luminaries are laid out to represent the 10,000 casualties from the Battle of Franklin in 1864. READ MORE.

Main Street Festival

This free spring celebration features a weekend of music,a craft fair with over 150 vendors, food and children’s activities. READ MORE.

Puckett’s Downtown

Puckett’s started out as a grocery store in the ‘50s and now has five restaurants that host live music and offer Southern staples like classic meat-and-three items and slow-smoked BBQ in a laid back atmosphere. READ MORE.

Merridee's Breadbasket

Featuring a variety of baked goods, homemade soups, quiches and fresh sandwiches and salads made from scratch. READ MORE.