Exploring the Best Tourist Attractions in Williamson County, Tennessee

Williamson County, located in central Tennessee, USA, is a great place to explore. From outdoor activities to live music and theater performances, there's something for everyone. The Franklin Theater is one of the top attractions in the county. Built as a movie theater in 1937, it has since been transformed into a venue for live music, theater performances and movies.

On Saturdays, visitors can also check out the Franklin Farmers Market at the Franklin Factory, where they can find local produce and meat that supply Nashville's restaurants. The historic Natchez Trace Parkway is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts. This 444-mile road follows the original path used by Native Americans and offers picturesque stops along the way, such as the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge with its stunning autumn views. History buffs should visit the Carter House, which was occupied by Cox just before the Battle of Franklin. For a more relaxed experience, Arrington Vineyards is a great spot for wine tasting and beautiful views of the vineyards. Visitors can bring their own picnic or order food from one of their dining options. Finally, don't miss out on Distilling at Thompson's Station (formerly known as H Clark Distillery).

This company was founded by a lawyer who got the state senate to pass a bill that allowed his company to become the first legal distillery in Williamson County since prohibition almost a century earlier.