Williamson County, Tennessee is a shopping haven for those looking for unique finds. From the bustling boutiques of Main Street to the quaint antique stores and art galleries that dot the countryside, you'll find a wide variety of locally made gifts, clothing, art, and products to suit every taste and budget. Franklin is a must-see destination for anyone looking for something special. The heart of the area is Five Points, where food and cocktails receive national acclaim.
But just as appealing are the original home and fashion works created by East Nashville's most talented residents. One of the best ways to experience it all at once is to plan your visit when a festival is held (and there are plenty of them).For those looking for unique household items and collectibles, Old Made Good is a must-see. Reuse is an understatement at this vintage store, which offers an abundance of one-of-a-kind items. Another great shopping spot is Nesting Project, owned by Kelly Williamson and Corinne Morse, both residents of Williamson County.
Kelly says they have found the community to be a great place to grow their business due to the abundance of local support. In Franklin, you'll find CoolSprings Galleria, an enclosed regional mall with several exclusive stores nearby such as Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More of Franklin, the Gin-O boutique in downtown Franklin, and The Factory at Franklin's Made in TN. Additionally, in the Maryland Farms neighborhood of Brentwood, you'll find Mere Bulles, a Williamson County classic serving Southern-inspired dishes at the historic Maryland mansion. No matter what your tastes or preferences may be, it's easy to eat and shop in Williamson County. From the unique boutiques of Main Street to the vintage stores and restaurants of Five Points, there's something for everyone in this vibrant city.