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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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510 W Main St, Franklin, TN 37064-2722
+1 615-790-0527
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One of Franklin's many Beautiful Churches

This Church is open to the public to walk in. This is NOT an official Tourist spot and I don't mean... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Franklin, Tennessee
An historic church founded before the Civil War

It's a pretty church with an interesting history and its doors are never locked. It reminds me of... read more

Reviewed May 4, 2017
Nashville, Tennessee
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4 weeks ago
“One of Franklin's many Beautiful Churches”
Apr 30, 2017
“Beautiful stained glass windows, carved wood interior and lots of history.”
510 W Main St, Franklin, TN 37064-2722
+1 615-790-0527

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This Church is open to the public to walk in. This is NOT an official Tourist spot and I don't mean just to walk around the entire Church but as long as you are respectful and you want to walk in they are open to...More

Thank michaeleds
Reviewed May 4, 2017

It's a pretty church with an interesting history and its doors are never locked. It reminds me of the Episcopal churches I used to see in the Virginia. Worth a peek inside when you stroll down Franklin's Main Street.

Thank K W
Reviewed April 30, 2017

Visited late afternoon, very peaceful and beautiful with light coming through stained glass windows. Doors unlocked and no one else in church. Enjoyed quietly sitting on pew and reflecting on history of church and surroundings. Free parking and admission.

Thank Hallhouse38
Reviewed April 28, 2017 via mobile

Come inside. Dont rush by. The stained glass comes alive. Quite a treasure. Inside reminds me of the Stave Churches in Norway.

Thank MustLoveDogss
Reviewed October 14, 2015 via mobile

Stop and enter this sanctuary and sit in one of the glorious pews, sit quietly, and say a prayer of thanksgiving for all your blessings!

1  Thank Houston N
Reviewed July 22, 2015

The doors are always open. If you want a quiet place to sit peacefully between services, this is it.

2  Thank MaryAAAA
Reviewed July 1, 2015

Whether you attend a service here or merely visit the historic site, St Paul's is not to be missed. The ambience and beauty of this old church, complete with the railing from the balcony where slaves were permitted to sit, allows one to step back...More

4  Thank pegasus1947
Reviewed June 25, 2015

As soon as I walked in, I was struck by the amazing pipe organ with horizontal trumpets. Saying to myself, I've seen those at St. John the Divine's in New York City, I was impressed to learn that St. Paul's is one of only three...More

4  Thank GreatandLate
Reviewed June 22, 2015

Easy to get to and never crowded. Has a long time history in Franklin. Just up the street from Sweet Cici's. Get a frozen treat and take a walk to see this gem.

2  Thank Renee168
Reviewed June 3, 2015

Beautiful historic church. I have visited on a couple of occasions and played my harp for a wedding at this church. It is very lovely.

3  Thank Lisa R
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