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Franklin on Foot

305 Public Sq, Franklin, TN 37064
+1 615-400-3808
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Visitors from North Dakota

We heard about this tour from some local friends and brochures in the area. Our ghost tour guide... read more

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Jeff D
Food Tour

Thanks Margie Thesin for fitting us in today for the food tour. We were only in town for a few... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Not just walking tours, we now offer bicycle tours and rentals too. The ghost tour is our most popular tour, but visitors also love hearing about the rich past that lies just beneath the surface of Franklin's quaint Victorian charm. Site of "the most famous battle you've never heard of," according to National Geographic, Franklin's Civil War story will amaze and enlighten you on the most divisive time in American history. Just minutes south of Nashville, Franklin is often cited as one of the most beautiful downtowns in the U.S. Our enthusiastic, knowledgeable guides will make your visit to historic Franklin an unforgettable experience. Our tours include the Classic Franklin city tour, Civil War in Franklin, Grave Matters in the Cemetery, and for fans of evening activities, the Haunted Franklin, Ghosts of the Battlefield at the Lotz House and Murder and Mayhem Tours. Bicycle tours and rentals are available from March-November and our Southern Style food tours allow visitors to savor the flavors of Franklin and enjoy history at the same time. Most tours are available daily by advance reservation; some tours have minimums. Just call and see how flexible and accommodating we can be.
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“food tour” (30 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 21:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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305 Public Sq, Franklin, TN 37064
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+1 615-400-3808

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Reviewed yesterday

We heard about this tour from some local friends and brochures in the area. Our ghost tour guide was Aliesa. We were that one group of 5 that showed up at 8:02 for the 8:00 tour, but we were happy to see the tour guide...More

2  Thank Jeff D
Reviewed 2 days ago

Thanks Margie Thesin for fitting us in today for the food tour. We were only in town for a few days and had never heard of a food tour. Called at 9am and she meet us at 2pm for the tour. Went to 4 different...More

2  Thank Jeff R
Reviewed 3 days ago

Tour was really good. Our guide Alicia was excellent. She mixed the ghost stories with the history of Franklin.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

As college students, we thought it'd be a different fun activity besides going out and we were right!! we did the crime tour with Alisha and it was our favorite part of our trip, by far!! It was so interesting, entertaining and informative!! We also...More

1  Thank Juliet R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a great tour. The guide, Alicia, was very knowledgeable and fun. Besides the ghost stories, she gave a great history lesson. Thank you for a great night!

1  Thank Maggie0906
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I booked this tour for a Bachelorette Weekend. The whole group really enjoyed the tour. All of the food we had was excellent. If you are any type of foodie, this is the tour for you. Just don't eat beforehand.

1  Thank nicbritt91
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The tour began with a friendly greeting by Alicia, our tour guide. Her excellent skills in storytelling kept us glued to every word she spoke. I loved the historical information she shared with our group -- mostly about the civil war, which is a great...More

1  Thank Jeff B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was an amazing tour and loved it so much! The tour guide Alicia was amazing and you can tell she loves her job. Her stories are rich with information and you really feel the like you are there at the times it was happening....More

3  Thank rustyg1987
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Alicia made this tour so much fun! She was so knowledgeable of the town and has a great personality. Would recommend this to everyone coming to visit! Wish we had time for the ghost tour!

2  Thank Whitney L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I, along with another couple, took this tour a few weeks ago. For me, it was my second tour. Everything about this was enjoyable. We had a great tour guide, the stories were fun and thoroughly intriguing, and the evening walk through...More

1  Thank Jeff H
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Anthony B
Can I have my emotional support dog with me?
22 March 2017|
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Response from tvlfam4 |
Absolutely. We welcome dogs on all our tours. We do briefly go inside a couple places on some daytime tours, however. One is a church that doesn't allow dogs. Which tour were you considering?
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wegocancun
Hi, How much does it cost and how much walking do you do and how long does this tour last?
11 September 2016|
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Response from franklin2016563 | Reviewed this property |
Most tours are 90 minutes. Food tour is longer. Cost for most is $20 per adult, less for teens and kids. Not a lot of walking. They stick to downtown historic area, stopping at several spots to tell you about the history.
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Debbie M
Is it open weekend following Christmas?
26 December 2014|
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Response from HW V-Rod W | Reviewed this property |
Yes – they’re open the week following Christmas! Just contact Super-Guide “Margie” ~HW/LeVR “Deo adjuvante, non timendum”
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