The Carter House

Experience the effects of the Battle of Franklin. The house and outbuildings show the battle damage and give insight into the historic event.

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About This Spot
The Carter House, built in 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter, was caught in the midst of the Battle of Franklin fought on November 30, 1864.  Capt. Tod Carter, who grew up in the house, was involved in the battle and mortally wounded.  The house and outbuildings show obvious battle damage and the site serves as a memorial to the Carter family and both Confederate and Federal soldiers. One of the outbuildings riveted with more than 1,000 bullet holes is still visible today.  The museum includes artifacts and information on the Carter family, their slaves, and the Battle of Franklin. Groups of 10 or more with reservations receive a discount.  Credit cards accepted.  Closed holidays.
Group Minimum
25
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Smoke Free
Guided Tours
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Comped Bus Parking
Hours
Mon-Sat 9am - 5pm Sun 11am - 5pm
Meeting Spaces
Meeting Spaces
Name Banquet Capacity Ceiling Height Classroom Capacity Group Capacity Level Maximum Capacity Meeting Capacity Number of Sub-rooms Private Dining Capacity Reception Capacity Room Dimensions Square Footage Theatre Capacity Venue Capacity
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