The History & Culture Center of Williamson County, TN is a destination for revealing our past and reveling in the present. As Williamson County's first permanent, interactive exhibition space dedicated to telling its comprehensive county-wide history, the Center will honor and share stories of the people and places that comprise the fabric of our community today.
Housed within a National Register of Historic Places building dating to 1905, the Center preserves, interprets, and exhibits artifacts and immersive narratives related to the social, economic, and cultural history of the county's regional and national influence.
Explore Our Exhibits:
As you make your way through each gallery, you’ll experience several pivotal time-periods in our history. From the emergence of our commercial union, the rise of industrialization in Middle Tennessee, to the growth and evolution of our local townscapes.
Visitors will leave with a greater understanding of our collective past and how it impacts us today. We hope that the History and Culture Center inspires its guests to take an active role in the preservation of their local, cultural resources.
The Industrial Landscape
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To sustain the Center's nonprofit endeavors, this beautifully restored, 6,000-square-foot, three-story building is available for private event use. Located just a couple blocks from the square in historic Downtown Franklin, and across the street from The Harpeth Hotel, the Center doubles as an exclusive event venue for small wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate events and more.
A charming and distinct multi-configurable setting for any event, the Center's brick walls, hardwood floors, tall windows, and fireplaces serve as the perfect backdrop for your important occasion. The Center is available for private events now.
Recent News and Upcoming Events
Unveiling the Past: Nat Taylor Leads a New Chapter at The Moore-Morris History and Culture Center
Moore-Morris History and Culture Center of Williamson County Announces Highly Anticipated Opening on February 6
Embracing History and Hospitality: Introducing Morgan Floyd as Director of Event and Tourism Sales
How Our Historic Tavern Can Host Your Dream Wedding
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