Welcome to historic Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County, Tennessee located just 20 miles south of downtown Nashville where you will enjoy a Great American Main Street experience...
Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County, TN are located approximately 20 miles south of downtown Nashville, Tennessee, and easily accessible by Interstate 65. Located in the heart of Middle Tennessee, it's a scenic and cultural treasure of beautiful rolling countryside woven intricately with quaint small towns, metropolitan landscapes and a rich heritage of traditions. We appreciate and celebrate our heritage, beauty, traditions and distinct communities We invite you to experience all they have to offer.
Located just north of Franklin, Brentwood saw its first settlers in the late 1700's. Much of the land was granted to Revolutionary War soldiers by the State of North Carolina. Founded in 1860, the original site of business activity in the area was at the Frost place on Old Smyrna Road. The general store, the grist mill and the post office were... MORE >>
The city of Fairview, established in the northwest corridor of Williamson County, was incorporated on July 28, 1959. The city is easily accessible from I-40 and, once completed, State Route 840 will provide both personal & business travelers with easy access to & from our picturesque plateau from nearby Williamson county such as Franklin,... MORE >>
Franklin, the county seat, was founded in 1799 and named after Benjamin Franklin. It is a unique blend of well-preserved history and progress having grown from a tiny, agricultural community into a vibrant county of residential, commercial and corporate citizens. There is much to see and do in Franklin, from Civil War history with museums and... MORE >>
Leiper’s Fork is a charming historic village located just minutes from Historic Downtown Franklin in some of Middle Tennessee's most beautiful countryside. Here you'll find a friendly atmosphere and one-of-a-kind shops, antiques, artisans, and an art gallery, as well as plenty of good ol' country cookin' and entertainment. And it's located just... MORE >>
The town of Nolensville, located south of Nashville and east of Brentwood, dates back to 1797 when Tennessee was just one year old. The story goes that William Nolen and family were traveling through the area when their wagon broke down. Stopping to fix it, Nolen took notice of the abundant game and clean water so he decided to travel no further.... MORE >>
Arrington, Bethesda, Burwood, College Grove, Grassland, Kirkland, Peytonsville, Southhall, Triune
The city of Spring Hill, Tennessee is located in both Maury and Williamson counties, 30 miles south of Nashville. Spring Hill blends rustic Tennessee countryside and historic homes and trails with booming businesses and thriving residential growth.Incorporated: 1837Population: 15,824 (Williamson County only)
Located approximately 25 miles south of Nashville, amid the rolling hills and pastoral countryside of Middle Tennessee, the inviting Town of Thompson’s Station is a great place to live. Steeped in history, from its earliest settlers in 1780, to the stirring Battle of Thompson’s Station and as a stop along Tennessee’s Great Train Trail, the town’s... MORE >>
Williamson County, Tennessee is located south of Nashville and was established on October 26, 1799 and named for Dr. Hugh Williamson, surgeon general of the North Carolina militia, member of the Continental Congress and a signer of the Constitution. The county prospered until the Civil War came. The Battle of Franklin was one of the most decisive... MORE >>