A Little About The Red House
Built in 1874 by Robert Bradley for his daughter and her husband, W. E. & Ann Winstead, The Red House is located just one block from the square in historic downtown Franklin. The Red House serves as an artistic hub for the area, as well as an appealing venue for people to come together. This preserved 140-year-old Franklin landmark is a treasure, and its walls are adorned with authentic rock and roll memorabilia. The Red House has hosted celebrities such as John Mayer and Keith Urban, as well as numerous brides, songwriters, graduates and special birthday guests.
“The Red House is a part of our family,” says owner Laura Hill. “It’s who we are and what we love. It lives and breathes music and good vibes and the fact that we are able to provide a home of love and happy memories just feels so right!”
The perfect destination for your big day! Experience the charm and elegance of downtown Franklin — with rock ’n roll flair.
Showcase recent successes, celebrate a business anniversary, or just get out of the office for a fun twist on an everyday meeting.
The Red House is a great venue to launch a new album, congratulate recent graduates, host a shower, or throw a birthday party.