An all-new Craft Coffee Trail from Visit Franklin highlights a collection of freely available digital passports that allow visitors and locals to explore Franklin and the communities of Williamson County in a whole new way. The Craft Coffee Trail will take coffee lovers to 11 local cafes that offer the best classic, exclusive and seasonal drinks in the region.
Stops along the Craft Coffee Trail include Coffee House at Second & Bridge, Coffee & Coconuts, Curio Brewing Co., Frothy Monkey, Just Love Coffee Cafe, High Brow Coffee & Tea, Mama’s Java, McGavock’s Coffee & Provisions, Southerner’s Coffee, The Good Cup and the Redbyrd Café.
The Craft Coffee Trail joins the beloved Masters & Makers Trail, exploring the region’s breweries, distilleries and vineyards. In addition, four other free digital passports are available at Visit the Franklin website which allows users to take a self-guided tour of historic homes, experience Main Street, satisfy their sweet tooth, and more.
Additional free digital passports available include:
Great American main street: A self-guided walk to historic homes, buildings and more around Franklin’s iconic Main Street.
lairs and tombstones: A spooky self-guided tour of historic homes and early Franklin cemeteries with a supernatural connection.
Hincheyville Historic Homes: A self-guided walking tour of one of Franklin’s most historic neighborhoods.
Sweet Trees Trail: Take advantage of discounts and some specials as you explore Williamson County bakeries and confectionery.
To access Visit Franklin’s free digital passports, simply visit VisitFranklin.com/digital-
ABOUT VISIT FRANKLIN
Visit Franklin is the public trademark of the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Visit Franklin is the official destination marketing organization for Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County, Tennessee. Visit Franklin drives economic growth by promoting travel and tourism assets such as history, music, attractions, entertainment, the arts and events to visitors around the world. For more information on Franklin and Williamson County, visit us on the web at VisitFranklin.com.