Carter House

Franklin Educational Institution

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On the morning of November 30, 1864, General Jacob D. Cox seized the Carter family’s home and made it the Federal Army’s headquarters for the Battle of Franklin. Today you can tour this one-and-a-half-story brick house and hear how the Civil War changed the lives of one family in particular and the country at large.
Educational Institution House/Mansion/Villa Museum/Gallery Building/Architectural Site Historic District/Site Military Site Tour–Sight Local Interest–Sight Historical Family

Quick Facts

1140 Columbia Ave.
Franklin, Tennessee  37064, USA

615-791–1861

www.boft.org/the-carter-house

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $18 (adults), $8 (ages 6–15), free (5 and under), Last guided tour of the day begins at 4 pm

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