Halloween in historic franklin

If you’re going to spend Halloween week in Franklin here are a few things you should know:


Planning on or decorating your own house with pumpkins? Head over to Betty Reed’s on 4th Ave for the most diverse selection. While you’re there, pick up some local produce and Tennessee chow-chow.


Looking for the best trick-or-treating in town? Two words: West Main.
Maybe I’m biased having lived on West Main for several years, but take my advice and I’m certain you’ll be dazzled by all the homes truly “in the spirit of things.”
Oh – and don’t miss the haunted house all the way down West Main at Lillihouse…

Vanished, but not forgotten, those who have walked West Main on previous Halloweens may tell stories of a house with an enchanted forest once stalked by the big bad wolf, graced by red riding hood, snow white, and the evil queen, and haunted by the headless horseman. Ahhhh memories….


Happy Halloween, West Main!

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