Carter House

Top 2% of attractions in Nashville
7 / 10

4 expert reviews

“Built in 1830, the Carter House served as the Union army command post during the Battle of Franklin.”

– Frommer's

Lonely Planet
"While the fighting raged above, the family hid in the basement, and today the house is one of the most bullet-ridden Civil War properties left in the USA." Full review
"This Registered Historic Landmark has been open to the public since 1953, and serves as a memorial to the Carter Family, as well as the countless heroes of the Battle of Franklin. " Full review
"Turned into the Federal Army’s headquarters for the Battle of Franklin. Today you can tour the house and hear how the Civil War changed the lives of one family in particular and the country" Full review

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