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Try this: Franklin’s digital passports

The mobile-exclusive passports help you explore Franklin, TN through curated lists of attractions, retailers, and restaurants.

Someone holds up a phone in front of a laptop with digital passports filling the screen.

Phone a friend and tackle the stops as a team.

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No backlog on these passports. Travel around your own backyard using a curated list via The Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Digital Passport program.

How it works

  • Sign up for one of the free offerings featured in the collection.
  • You’ll receive the passport via email and text and can start using it immediately.
  • When you visit a spot, show your phone to the staff to redeem available discounts or check in.

Pro tip: Most passports expire after 18 months.

Lists we’re loving (and why)

  • Craft Coffee Trail | Discounts like buy one-get one 50% off at High Brow Coffee and 20% off food and drinks at Curio Brewing Company
  • Murals of Williamson County | Visits to three or more murals get you a special “Murals” pin from the Franklin Visitor Center.
  • Midnight Sun Scavenger Hunt | We love a game. Solve each of the ten clues to statues of Midnight Sun and get a prize.

Bonus: The Holiday Trot Adventure Pass (expires Dec. 31, 2023) just launched and some of the available stops are one day only. Visit five of the listed festive events, attractions, and shopping destinations to be entered into a raffle for a Visit Franklin tapestry blanket.

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