Franktown Festival of Lights

Looking for something fun to do with the whole family while also giving to a good cause? Franktown Festival of Lights is the answer! This 1.5 mile drive-thru light display is fun for all ages and features over 200 light displays. Tune your radio to Franktown’s local station and watch the lights sync to the music!

What is Franktown Open Hearts?

Franktown Open Hearts is a non-profit ministry in Franklin, TN that provides mentoring, tutoring, recreation and spiritual growth opportunities to boys and girls from low-income neighborhoods. With a number of partner churches and volunteers, activities are held four nights per week and Sundays, which all include meals and transportation.

Party Bus VIP Experience

If you’re wanting something a little “extra” special for your fun night out, consider getting a VIP experience ticket! Your VIP ticket provides you with an open top party bus ride through Franktown. Christmas tunes, fun lighting, and the best view of the Franktown lights you could possibly get!

Santa’s Village

After your drive to see the lights, be sure to stop into Santa’s Village! Here you can visit with Santa, feed animals at the petting zoo, play some games and win a prize, grab something yummy to eat and warm to drink and take a ride on the ferris wheel! Oh…did I mention the selfies with a monkey? I told you there was something fun for everyone!

Where is Franktown?

Franktown Festival of Lights is located on the grounds of the Williamson County Ag Expo Park – 4215 Long Ln., Franklin TN 37064

What are the Hours?

They are open 7 days/week from Nov. 17th – Dec. 31st, 2023 from 5pm – 9pm

How much does it cost?

General Admission (1 car load) – $30

Large Vehicle Admission (any vehicle that holds over 15 passengers) – $55

Bus/Coach – $100

Limo – $100

You can set up a VIP Party Bus tour here:

Purchase Tickets

Grab your general admission tickets here:

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Crystal was born and raised, and now raising a family of her own in Middle Tennessee. She currently lives in Murfreesboro with her husband Glenn, and their three children; Hunter, Grayson, and Hailey. They are an unschooling family, meaning they spend lots and lots of time out and about exploring all that this area has to offer!

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