The Americana experience in Franklin, Tennessee will take you beyond the doors of our great hotels and meeting space. In Franklin, you’ll find a quintessential Main Street, music of all genres, a deep sense of history and an abundance of Southern inspiration. 17 miles from Nashville, Franklin offers 4,500 sleeping rooms, 20 unique meeting venues, and competitive rates. It takes more than a word or two to define us, but there is something powerful in our picturesque rolling hills. It’s the secret ingredient to the words a songwriter puts on paper. It’s also the beautiful coexistence of historic and contemporary. So stay an extra day or come again soon because we would never encourage you to skip a conference session.
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400 Main Street, Franklin, TN 37064
Type of Destination Experience:
GSF Exhibit Space (AG EXPO PARK): 175,000
Meeting Space, Square Feet (Franklin Marriott Cool Springs): 29,000
Largest Ballroom, Square Feet (Franklin Marriott Cool Springs): 13,552
Sleeping Rooms in largest hotel (Drury Plaza Hotel): 338
Hotel adjacent to convention facility: Yes
Hotel rooms within one mile of convention center: 2,530
Nashville International Airport
Miles to downtown 17
Cities with non-stop flights39
International cities with direct flights
Geographic Areas Served:
Williamson County including the cities of Franklin, Brentwood, Leiper's Fork, and Nolensville.
Why Meet in Franklin
You can find local music in Williamson County every night of the week! Check out favorite hot spots like Puckett’s, Kimbro’s, Franklin Theatre, Music City Roots and Gray's. Sample local Southern flavors at favorites like Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant.
Franklin’s Main Street is Americana at its best – a vibrant, inviting community that will please history buffs, music fans and shoppers alike.
Williamson County is centrally located for travelers with half of the U.S. population living within 600 miles of the region. Nashville International Airport is just 20 miles from Franklin.