Civil War in Nashville

Learn about activities in Nashville and Franklin during the Civil War including the Union occupation for three years and the Battle of Nashville tour and Battle of Franklin tour. See Carnton and Franklin home where over 6,000 soldiers lost their lives including four Confederate Generals. See places that were hospitals and famous Civil War homes. Learn more about stories including Nashville becoming the first U.S. city to legalize prostitution, see Nashville’s Fort Negley and learn about Tennessee’s Military Governor during the Civil War who worked with General Grant, Andrew Johnson who became President after Lincoln was assassinated.

Private tours may be booked for a maximum of 10 guests and are 2 hours in duration. More time and guests may be requested for an additional fee.