Williamson County Museum

Williamson County Museum is the county's first permanent history museum, dedicated exclusively to interpreting the people, events, and communities that shaped the development of Williamson County, TN. For over fifteen years, the Williamson County Museum has curated a comprehensive, permanent collection of objects, thanks to the generous support of folks across the county. The museum is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, and open seasonally on Saturdays 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM  (May 6 through October 28). Museum admission is free for all visitors. Explore our displays and exhibits to learn about Williamson County's history.

Williamson County Museum has activity books available for all ages to make exploring our museum exhibits interactive. Examples of each are at the front desk of the museum.

Discover Williamson County Scavenger Hunt                                                                                                                        

A three page scavenger hunt that includes questions of historical significance that must be answered. (A fun middle school, teen, or adult group activity)

Discover Williamson County Scavenger Hunt, Junior Edition                                                                  

A three page scavenger hunt with activities that have young students searching for and counting objects.

Discover Williamson County Activity Book                                                                                                                              

A ten page activity book for elementary students with activities that include: searching for objects, matching, listing facts about objects, answering questions about important people, reading the first plan for the city of Franklin, a word search, and a penmanship exercise.