Points of Interest Near Visual Edge IT Franklin Tennessee


Carnton, built in 1826, was one of the premier farms in Middle Tennessee. On November 30, 1864, the home and the McGavock who lived there found themselves in the middle of one of the most dramatic events of the Civil War.

Lotz House Museum

For the last 100 years, the house has had many owners and gradually deteriorated until the Heritage Society of Franklin and Williamson Counties purchased it in 1974 to save it from demolition. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, marking the beginning of its restoration. In 2008, the Lotz House was opened to the public as a historical museum, a privately-owned non-profit foundation.

The Park at Harlinsdale Farm

Harlinsdale Farm has been called the most significant historic farm associated with the modern Tennessee Walking Horse industry. In 1933, W.W. Harlin established the farm on the northern outskirts of great renown in the fledging Tennessee Walking Horse Industry. As famous as the farm itself is its prize stallion Midnight Sun. This famous horse became the first repeat World Grand Champion. The success of Midnight Sun in the ring and as a sire has never been matched by any other Tennessee Walking Horse. Even today, most champion Walking Horses trace their lineage to Midnight Sun.

SOAR Adventure Tower

SOAR Adventure Tower is the ideal destination for your next Nashville, TN adventure. Our unique tower creates a safe and interactive atmosphere that features 4 levels and over 110 climbing elements that will challenge kids and adults both mentally and physically. We also offer an 18 hole miniature golf course! With over 10 custom design, musically themed holes that can only be found in Music City!

Downtown Franklin

The Downtown Franklin Association and its members are dedicated to preserving the history and charm of our community, supporting small business, building collaborative marketing campaigns, and hosting signature festivals and events each year. DFA membership is open for businesses and building owners located in the 16-block historic district in downtown Franklin. When you become a DFA member, you are also automatically a member of its parent organization, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN.