- TripBuzz discovered 65 different types of activities for couples in the Franklin area, including Parks (like Winstead Hill Park), Movie Theaters (like Franklin Theatre), Theaters (like Boiler Room Theatre) and Rock Climbing (like The Crag at Cool Springs), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 110 date ideas in or near Franklin, Tennessee, including 89 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Brentwood, Columbia and Smyrna.
Spring Hill Self-Guided Battlefield Driving Tour offers a self-guided tour of important Spring Hill battlefield locations. Patrons can read about the battles as well as view interpretive markers, monuments, and artillery pieces situated along the way.
The Bluebird Café is a bar and club that features a variety of musical performances throughout the year. The location, which has a more intimate setting, has a seating capacity of only 85 seats, helping guests to feel like they are closer to the performing artists.
Many animals are on exhibit at the Nashville Zoo, and visitors can ride a carousel and a train. Visitors can also attend animal shows, hear keeper talks, play on a jungle gym, and tour the Grassmere Historic Home built in 1810.
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Nine zip lines make up the main adventure within the Adventureworks Zip Line Tours. It takes roughly 90 minutes to complete the zip line course, and it can be combined with aerial trekking, the giant swing, and the rope course.
Built by Nathaniel Frances Cheairs IV and his wife Susan, the Rippavilla Plantation is one of the largest in the region. A museum is currently housed in the mansion, and special events as well as programming are held on site.
Featuring the Zombie Paintball Hayride, Millers Thrillers allows up to 20 visitors per ride to shoot paintballs at zombie targets. The facility also provides a fire pit, concession stands and a haunted woods with trails and mazes.
A complete selection of pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, and straw are available at the Walden Pumpkin Farm. In addition to picking out special produce during the harvest season, visitors can go on hay rides and enjoy pumpkin fudge.
Centennial Park is home to several diverse experiences, including a performing arts centre, historical monuments, a sunken garden, bandshell and a one-mile walking trail. Play volleyball at the sand courts, or paddleboat on the pond.
Visitors who have always wanted to go to Greece will enjoy the only full-size replica of the Parthenon in the world. The inside of this site features a museum with information about the purpose of the original building in Greece: the Centennial Fair.
Greer Stadium is the former home of the Nashville Sounds, who played their last game at the venue in September 2014. The team will be moving to First Tennessee Park and the repurposing of Greer Stadium has yet to be decided.