A great bookstore in Franklin, Tennessee. Over 60,000 new and hard to find rare books including over 1500 signed first editions. Maps, prints, post cards and ephemera. Located on East Main Street near 1st Avenue, a few blocks from the town square. We have a children’s reading room in the rear of the first floor. Open 7 days a week 10 am – 5 pm. Built in 1826, this building is known as The Old Factory Store and has had visitors such as Andrew Jackson and Davy Crockett. Call the Franklin Bookstore at 615-791-6400 for more on great hard to find books.

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A local family owned rare bookstore. Come by and help us find the books of your dreams. You never know who you will run into at Landmark Booksellers!



We are just a few blocks off the main square in Franklin: 114 East Main Street near Puckett's Boathouse Restaurant. We are open every day from 10 am to 5 pm. (615) 791-6400


Book Signings

Author Jack Hurst discusses his historical book about two fascinating American Civil War Generals. One form the North and one from the South. They both for forged in similar ways, unlike their peers.

07th Aug 2015
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Main Street Wine Event

Wine Down Main Street Event  Wine Down Main Street 14 will be held Saturday August 7,  2015 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.   Details to be announced. This is a 21+ event....

23rd Jul 2015

10 Year Anniversary!

Landmark Booksellers 10 Year Anniversary 10 Years Anniversary – in a building almost 200 years old! Franklin’s only independent bookstore. Thank you for supporting a rare bookstore that is proud to...

29th Jun 2015
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Entertaining Views

Entertaining Views from Cincinnati  James M. Cain: The Cocktail Waitress; Robert Benton: The Late Show A perplexing, somewhat dated  late career novel and a small, understated gem   While browsing...

30th Apr 2015

Harpeth Square

Harpeth Square Update The developers and designers of the proposed Harpeth Square unveiled a colorful, detailed set of new renderings of the $80 million mixed-use project —which is slated to...