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    City: Franklin
    617 Main Street Franklin, LA 70538
    Meyer's Shoe Store, Inc., traces its roots back to 1939 and has since been offering a complete line of footwear and accessories for men, women, and children. Inventory categories include casual,...
    City: Franklin
    1909 Main St. (adjoins the Best Western) Franklin, LA 70538
    The Forest Restaurant is proud to have served Franklin and the surrounding area for over 42 years....
    City: Franklin
    716 Main St. Franklin, LA 70538
    A boutique gift shop that opened in August of 2014 in Franklin, La,  Since then, we have been providing our community with top quality products at affordable prices. We provide a friendly...
    City: Franklin
    731 Main St. Franklin, LA 70538
    Locally owned and operated antiques and collectibles shop located on historic Main Street in Franklin, Louisiana. Specializing in antiques, vintage, classic, collectible items and gifts. Come...
    City: Franklin
    308 Adams St. Franklin, LA 70538
    Explore the rich heritage of bayou culture in the unique folklife stage performance of "No Hitchin'", based on poignant true-life stories of local courage, inspiration and knee-slapping hilarity...
    City: Franklinton
    41031 Highway 1056 Franklinton, LA 70438
    A SE Louisiana You Pick'em Farm. Naturally grown Rabbiteye Blueberries. Washington Parish Watermelons from June 25th-July 12th.
    City: Franklin
    3296 E. Oaklawn Dr. Franklin, LA 70538
    Circa-1837 Greek revival . Gardens, huge oaks, American and European antiques, original Audubons and hand-carved game birds. Owned by Governor and Mrs. Foster.
    City: Franklin
    1909 Main St. Franklin, LA 70538
    Hot breakfast buffet included. Full-service Restaurant, outdoor pool, coin-operated laundry facility, lounge, meeting rooms, suites and hot tub suites. Free high-speed internet and microfridges.
    City: Franklin
    608 Main Street Franklin, LA 70538
    Take a step back in time as you visit The French Door located in Historic Downtown Franklin.  Constructed in the 1800's it is the perfect backdrop to Shop, Create and Escape.  From the latest in...

If life is sweet in Franklin, it may have something to do with the vast sugar plantations that established the city as a 19th-century inland port and built the wealth still evident in its downtown center. Distinctive lampposts line Franklin's Main Street, a partner in the state's Main Street Program, and home to some of the city's 400 structures on the National Register of Historic Places. Each fall, downtown comes alive for the Harvest Moon Fest that is held in conjunction with the Franklin Patriotic Concert, a performance on the banks of Bayou Teche. Recently renovated and reopened as a performing arts center, a year-round roster of cultural events is found at the historic movie house, Teche Theatre. For sportsmen and nature lovers, a public boat launch leads to the Franklin Canal and easy access to the Atchafalaya Basin and the many ecological wonders of Louisiana's wetlands and its delta region.