Looks like a new replica is being built. Just wanted to note it here since TripAdvisor shows its hours as open. There aren't any signs saying when it might open.
About Fort Nashborough
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Right now is not the time to go to see Fort Nashborough. It is a construction zone and only the workers with hard hats are allowed in the area.
went looking for the fort...sad to say it's closed..a fence is around where it once stood. said to reopen next year. hopefully it will and become a great tourist site again
We had some time to kill in between meetings in Franklin, just south of Nashville. We decided to wander down along the river. It's a fun place to wander through when you've got nothing to pressing on the go, but I wouldn't make a point...More
I didn't pay close enough attention to the website didn't realize it was closed. We walked up and down 1St for a while then noticed a fenced in area. Lo and Behold there is was. The Tennessean reports it might open in 2017. If it...More
It has been closed for awhile. City decided to tear it down and rebuild it back as an educational center for self tours. It was torn down but rebuild funding was pulled. Hopefully it will get back on the docket to complete the riverfront revitalization...More
We walked along the river but it seems Everything was under construction. We thought there would be at least one building but didn't see anything that looked like a former fort. I guess they are re-building everything. So yes, a bit disappointed. Quite a nice...More
Interesting historical place. i was a little surprised at how small it was, having grown up amid "John Wayne" westerns where the forts were huge. So glad they preserved it.
There's not a big area here that calls out "Fort!" to everyone walking by. It is a little encampment kept in period condition and historically valuable. Good tour, good stories. Worth seeing!