Family Fun Festivals in Franklin
Moving to Franklin, Tennessee and aren’t sure what to do with your family? Well, no matter what time of year you decide to make the big move, Franklin has a festival to go to! While All My Sons Moving & Storage is moving in all your belongings into your new Franklin home, you and your family can be exploring your new city in Tennessee. Check out this list of some of the biggest festivals to look forward to in town, and get ready to have the time of your life while your local Franklin movers take care of the rest!
- Main Street Brew Fest. Once a year in March, the Downtown Franklin Association hosts a Brew Fest for the city. At this event, beer lovers come to taste some of the best local, national and international brews that are quickly gaining popularity. A great way to explore downtown Franklin once you move, you can also enjoy live music, bagpipes and delicious food!
- Franklin Art Scene. Every first Friday of every month, take a walk through numerous buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places at the Franklin Art Scene. The best part? It’s completely free! You and your family can take a break from unpacking moving boxes and enjoy a night of local craftsmanship, with everything from blown glass, turned wood and mixed media!
- Three Blind Vines. An annual wine tasting event held every February in Franklin, Three Blind Vines draws in wine lovers from all over Tennessee. Held in order to benefit a great cause, The Big House for Historic Preservation, there is also an auction so you can bid on all of your favorite bottles of wine – the perfect token for your housewarming party once your Franklin movers have finished unpacking and assembling furniture for you.
- Main Street Festival. Plan on moving in April? Then you are just in time for the Main Street Festival! With over 125,000 visitors to the Festival, you and your whole family can enjoy over 200 artisans & crafters, live entertainment, more than 20 food vendors and tons of activities for the kids.
- Tour of Homes. Every June, the historic homes of Franklin open their doors to the general public in order to raise money for the Foundation’s Tour, a non-profit that stresses the importance of historic preservation. Some of the homes from the Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County members include: the Masonic Lodge-Hiram Lodge, a home from 1823 that served as a barrack for the Union soldiers during wartime occupation, and the Ogilvie Place-Beech Hill Farm, one of the oldest log houses in the county – dating all the way back to 1796!