39th Annual Carter House Candlelight Tour – Franklin, TN

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The 39th Annual Carter House Candlelight Tour presented by First Farmers and Merchants Bank will showcase historic Franklin homes over the course of four nights, November 30 through December 3, from 6-8 p.m.


The 39th Annual Carter House Candlelight Tour presented by First Farmers and Merchants Bank will showcase historic Franklin homes over the course of four nights, November 30 through December 3, from 6-8 p.m.

The Carter House, Carnton Plantation and Lotz House will open on Nov. 30, offering a historic scene on the 147th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. Both The Carter House and Carnton Plantation will host costumed reenactors representing historic figures such as the McGavock and Carter families. On December 1, the three homes will be transformed with 19th century traditional holiday decoration for the remainder of the Candlelight Tour.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Cummins House will join the tour Friday Dec. 2 and Saturday Dec. 3. Clouston Hall will join on Saturday for the final day of the tour. Featuring living historians, St. Paul’s Church will be celebrating its 22nd year on the Candlelight Tour. The two pre-war homes, Cummins House and Clouston Hall will be decorated for the holiday season.

Below you will find the complete list of the tour:

The Carter House
1140 Columbia Avenue
Participating Nov. 30 – Dec. 3

Carnton Plantation
1345 Carnton Lane
Participating Nov. 30 – Dec. 3

Lotz House
1111 Columbia Avenue
Participating Nov. 30 – Dec. 2

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
510 West Main Street
Participating Dec. 2-3

Cummins House
403 Cummins Street
Participating Dec. 2-3

Clouston Hall
202 2nd Ave S
Participating Dec. 3

Ticket prices are $18 in advance or $20 starting November 30. Advance tickets may be purchased at The Carter House, Carnton Plantation and by clicking the link below:

http://www.carnton.org/candlelight_tour.htm

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