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The Industrial Landscape

After the Civil War, the process of industrialization accelerated connecting the region through new forms of transportation infrastructure. The first railroad in Williamson County was the undeveloped Tennessee and Alabama […]

Managing Townscapes

Immerse yourself in the history of evolving townscapes after the Second World War. Stories of The Franklin Theatre, Gray Drug, Southern Discount, Wilkerson Hardware, Ike Bryan's Dry Goods, and more […]

White’s Tavern

Begin your journey in White’s Tavern, built around 1803 on this same plot of land. Some of our current tenants will transport you back in time with their personal stories. […]

The Emerging Commercial Union

What began in the early 1800s as subsistence agriculture characterized by a combination of dispersed farmlands in the valley bottoms and tree-shrouded rolling hills above was eclipsed by the rise […]

Pour & Explore: Rosé Edition

Moore-Morris History and Culture Center 108 Bridge Street, Franklin, TN

Join us for an evening of wine exploration! Indulge your senses and embark on a journey through the captivating world of rosé at the Moore-Morris History and Culture Center on […]