FACTORY AT FRANKLIN

Built circa 1929, The historic Factory is  a complex of 11 depression-era factory buildings which have been renovated into one of Tennessee’s most unique shopping, dining, and entertainment venues!  Restaurants, antiques shops, art galleries, one-of-a-kind retail stores, theatre, working artisans, farmers market and much more. GROUPS: Groups enjoy The Factory as a shopping stop with lunch […]

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GREAT AMERICAN MAIN STREET

There’s a reason the heart of this storybook town has been designated a Great American Main Street and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located just 17 miles south of Nashville, Franklin is a place that offers a getaway from the expected. This gem that runs through the heart of a 16-block […]

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SERENITE MAISON

Serenite Maison is a cozy little shop in Leiper’s Fork that specializes in European antiques, one-of-a-kind items including furniture, lighting and textiles from all over the world. Combined with exclusive lines of jewelry and mercantile. 4149 Old Hillsboro Road Franklin, 37064 (615) 599-2071

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David Arms Gallery

Historic Leiper’s Fork has an art gallery in the most unlikely of places – a barn. As you round the bend into town, the first building to greet you is the only place where David Arms original art can be viewed. It is also the only place where the full line of products can be seen that are […]

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Leiper’s Creek Gallery

Located in the historic village of Leiper’s Fork, Tennesssee – just outside of Nashville – Leiper’s Creek Gallery features an eclectic range of art from representational painting to abstract expressionism and sculpture. Each artist is already established either nationally and internationally and has a distinctive style with brilliant technical abilities. We hope that you will take […]

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The Copper Fox

The Copper Fox in Leiper’s Fork provides a place where people will be surprised and delighted by the visually-stunning and diverse offerings of handmade goods and original pieces which includes something for everyone – pottery, jewelry, handmade furniture, textiles, sculpture, leather, glass, and functional to non-functional pieces. Featuring local, regional, and national artisans, The Copper […]

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Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

A visual and theater arts center with rotating exhibits, juried art competitions, workshops for all ages. Includes the Helen Keller Festival of the Arts, a competition of works by Alabama visually impaired, blind, and/or deaf children, a permanent installation of a 3,000-pound petroglyph found in Colbert Country with the images carved by northwest natives 800 […]

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Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts

A cultural center with ever-changing exhibits. Housed in two historic homes on the National Register of historic Places, the center features year-round workshops, juried shows, conferences, themed exhibits for all ages. On premise gift shop. Free Admission Hours: Monday-Friday 9 AM-4 PM Address: 217 E. Tuscaloosa Street, Florence, AL Phone: 256-760-6379 View Website

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Dan Overly Boardwalk – Ridgeland, MS

The Dan Overly Boardwalk in Ridgeland connects the Mississippi Craft Center and the Natchez Trace Parkway. Named in honor of the Craftsmen’s Guild’s first executive director, the boardwalk provides enhanced access to the cultural, historical and recreational assets of the Natchez Trace/Reservoir area. craftsmensguildofms.org

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