The Lotz House Museum showcases the creativity and talent of Johann Albert Lotz, a classically trained woodworker from Germany who immigrated to Franklin in the mid 1800s. Known for his exquisite ability as a carpenter and piano maker, Lotz converted his home into a showroom for his most prized creations. He also used his skills to create beautiful furniture that still stands in the home today.
Franklin on Foot is a local company that provides walking tours to Franklin's most important historical sites. Founded in 2003, Franklin on Foot organizes multiple types of tours that are geared toward specific interests. Ghost tours, history tours, Civil War tours, crime tours, cemetery tours, and food tours are among a few of the special trips that the company arranges.
Timberland Park is a 72-acre plot of land that sits less than a mile away from Double Arch Bridge on Highway 96. The park is a popular place for birdwatchers, wildlife spotters, and hikers. There is a paved trail that winds its way through the property and ends at a scenic overlook pavilion. guests can learn about the history and purpose of Timberland Park.
The SOAR Adventure Tower is a unique structure with four levels and more than 100 climbing elements. Each level of the tower contains several obstacles that require concentration and skill to overcome. Small kids can play at the base of the tower, which offers plenty of room for parents to help kids enjoy the fun games and obstacles there.