Current Rotating Exhibits
OPENS OCTOBER 1ST
Vintage Franklin Images will be on display as we exhibit postcards found in our archives.
Streetscapes, schools, churches, businesses, buildings and more.
The opening of the exhibit coincides with the annual Harvest Festival.
The Franklin Historical Museum exhibits our collections on both a permanent and rotating basis. Come visit us and see history come to life!
Showcasing important dates, facts, and figures from Franklin's vibrant past, this exhibit details the history of the Town and displays some of the Museum's most exciting collection materials.
Born in Franklin on May 4, 1796, Horace Mann is one of Franklin's most famous sons. This exhibit details his amazing life and accomplishments as an lawyer, educator, statesman, abolitionist, and humanitarian.
The Clara J. Foss Johnston Memorial Federal Parlor at the Oliver Pond House
The Federal Parlor Room is a marvelous example of what living in Franklin's oldest home would have been like in the 1800s.