Some businesses are choosing to temporarily close due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Here is a list we’ve compiled to date. If your business is temporarily closing, send an email to email@example.com and we will add it to the list.
Last Update 7:30 pm April 7
Like our entire nation, our YMCA continues to monitor the ongoing developments associated with the community spread of COVID-19, which is prompting us to make some unprecedented decisions.
Due to the ongoing public health emergency presented by the COVID-19 virus outbreak, we will be temporarily closing all YMCA of Middle Tennessee membership center locations effective 8 p.m. March 17. We anticipate this closure will last at least two weeks but will adapt our plans based on the best and latest guidance from the CDC and local public health officials.
T-OP Franklin posted on Instagram the Franklin location will be temporarily closed. There was re-open date posted. The Spring Hill location remains open at this time.
All stores will be closed from March 16 to March 27. There is one Nike Outlet store in Cool Springs.
Via Instagram, the athletic wear company announced it would close all North American stores from March 16 until March 27.
Via Facebook, the company announced they would temporarily close all stores until further notice.
The retailer has decided to close all stores now until March 28 per message on Facebook.
8American Girl Stores
Via Facebook, the store announced it would close all retail stores beginning Monday, March 16 until March 27.
9Core Power Yoga
All Core Power Yoga studios will be closed on Monday, March 16 until March 30 stated Core Power Yoga on Facebook.
The studio is offering free access to a collection of classes here.
Closed indefinitely effective Tuesday, March 17.
11Franklin Visitor Center
To protect the health and safety of our visitors and residents, the Visitor Center is currently closed. If you’re looking for visitor information, you can find helpful recommendations at visitfranklin.com.
12McConnell Hospitality Closes Restaurants
McConnell Hospitality restaurants which include 55 South, Red Pony, McConnell House, and Cork and Cow have temporarily closed their restaurants. The restaurants will be closed until Saturday, March 21. “Taking it one step at a time. For now, we know we will be closed through Saturday. It could be longer so please check our socials often for updates. In the meantime, be calm, be well, and be faithful. We will get through this,” stated McConnell Hospitality on Facebook.
13Franklin on Foot
Franklin on Foot is closed for tours until at least the end of the month
Draper James, the lifestyle store founded by Reese Witherspoon will close temporarily.
“In an effort to protect our communities, we have decided to close our four Draper James stores through Friday, March 27 to encourage as many people as possible to remain home and create safe distance. During this time, we will continue to pay our retail employees and ensure they’re well cared for. We’ll miss seeing you in our stores and want to keep giving you the best possible experience, so we will be open 24/7 at DraperJames.com and offer free shipping and free returns on all orders.”
In compliance with local, state, and federal #COVID19 directives, all AMC Theatres locations are now closed for at least 6-12 weeks. AMC Stubs A-List memberships will be paused automatically during the time AMC theatres are closed.
Lifetime Fitness closed all locations across the nation on Monday, March 16 at 8 p until further notice.
17Bodgea on Main
The restaurant in Spring Hill announced on Instagram Monday they would be closing. No date was given on reopening.
Molly Green announced it would close all of its locations until further notice. You can shop online and receive free shipping along with free same-day delivery in the Nashville area. Find more information here.
19Bath and Body Works
The company announced on Tuesday, March 17 the closure of all stores. “With breaking news about COVID-19 constantly developing, our goal has been to make products available to help you care for your families and friends to prevent the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus as much as we can. But based on the information we have today, we have made the extremely difficult decision to temporarily close all of our stores in the U.S. and Canada.”
All Evereve stores are closed at this time until March 27. See the full announcement here.
All stores are closed beginning Tuesday, March 17 until April 3. See the full announcement here.
All stores are closed from Tuesday, March 17 until Tuesday, March 31. See the full announcement here.
Kings Bowl paused business at the end of the day on Monday, March 16 until further notice. See the full announcement here.
24Parlour 3 – Barbour 3 – Hunter Paige- Parlour 3 Collection
The collection of salons Parlour 3, Barbour 3, Hunter Paige, and Parlour 3 Collection have just announced they will close beginning tomorrow, March 18 via Instagram. No reopen date has been set.
“Due to the ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 Virus, Franklin Family Entertainment will be temporarily closing 3/16/20 at 4:00 pm. We want to do our part in flattening the curve and slowing the spread of this virus. This decision was not made lightly, as we are a small business with team members that depend on us. Our full-time staff will be deep cleaning during this shutdown to ensure a clean, healthy building when we reopen. As of now we will be closed through the weekend and plan to re-evaluate for opening on Monday 3/23/20.”
26Our Thrift Store
“We have made the hard decision to close Our Thrift Store Tuesday March 17 – March 21. The safety and health of our customers and employees is just too important for us to remain open during this time. ￼ We thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you soon.” ￼
27Saif Fencing Academy
The academy is currently closed until March 31.
Belk stores announce they will close at 6 pm on March 17 until March 30.
29Tiny Little Donuts
Tiny Little Donuts announced it would close both of its locations until further notice. “Due to Covid-19 concerns, we have decided to temporarily close our 2 TLD locations in an effort to help minimize risk to our TLD team, customers and our community. We appreciate you all so much, and we will get through this together.”
30Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor
Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor has been Franklin’s steadfast music community since we opened our doors in 2005.
Offering live music programming seven days a week we happily support local, regional and touring musicians. The venue has decided to close temporarily. A GoFundMe has been created for staff and musicians.
With the onset of the Covid-19 virus we are making the decision to do a community service by closing our doors until this virus is under control.Please know that this decision is not made lightly.
The Kimbro’s community is more than just a business to us…it’s a family and we feel an overwhelming responsibility to keep our people safe and healthy.The money we raise from this Gofundme campaign will go to keep Kimbros and our staff afloat.
This will also help musicians who call this place their artistic home keep their heads above water, by rescheduling instead of cancelling their shows and donating funds where we can.
We’re also going to set up some streaming platforms so some of the bands can accept donations and covers from those of you who decide to stay home.
31Three Dog Bakery
The Franklin location will be closed from Thursday, March 19 until Friday, April 3. Customers with orders will be contacted. See more information here.
The Franklin boutique is closed now until further notice.
All stores will be closed from March 17 until March 27.
The restaurant is closed as of today, March 18 until further notice. Sister restaurants are still open Scout’s Pub and Puckett’s.
“As you may know, we had already reduced store hours and closed select stores, however, given the most recent governmental recommendation to reduce gatherings from 50 to 10 people for the next 15 days, we are closing all remaining stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland through Thursday, April 2nd.”
“To protect our people and our communities, we have made the difficult decision to close our U.S. and Canadian stores from 6pm CT tonight, March 17 through March 27.”
On March 17, Macy’s has closed all stores temporarily. Find more information here.
All stores are closed beginning on March 17 until April 2. Find more information here.
All stores wil be closed from March 17 until April 2. Find more information here.
All stores will close on March 18 until March 27. Find more information here.
All stores are closed from March 18 until March 28. Find more information here.
“Our decision making is rapidly evolving with the COVID-19 situation. We have decided to temporarily close all of our stores in Canada, the US, the UK, France and Ireland, through March 31st, effective immediately.”
43Gap/Banana Republic/Old Navy
All three stores will close starting Thursday, March 19 until Thursday, April 3.
44Opry Mills Mall
“Friends, As COVID-19 continues to impact our communities, we’re committed to doing what’s best for our customers, our associates and the public. We’ve made the decision to temporarily close all of our Justice stores effective March 18 until Saturday, March 28.”
46e. Allen Boutique
All stores are closed now until March 31.
47The Little Cottage
The Little Cottage is closed now until further notice.
H&M announced all stores would close until April 2.
49The Shop Around the Corner
The Shop Around the Corner is closed. Follow them on Facebook for daily merchandise updates that can be delivered to you curbside.
“Starting today, March 18th, it breaks our hearts to bring you this update. While we have been doing our best to keep our doors open for both our community and staff, while following all CDC guidelines, we’ve come to the heartbreaking decision to close our shop doors temporarily.”⠀
51Savory Spice Shop
“After days of discussions with our team, and many, many prayers, we have decided that it is time to do our part and help flatten the curve. Beginning Wednesday 3/18/20 both Savory Spice locations in Franklin and Nashville will only be providing in store pick up for orders via phone, email, or in store pick up option on our website.”
Franklin: 615-472-8980 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nashville: 615-730-8798 – email@example.com
Or go to Savoryspiceshop.com and select in store pick up on the payment screen.
The store is closed until March 30.
As of March 16, the store is closed until March 27.
“Our purpose is simply to love our community well. To engage as citizens, neighbors and friends. Yes, we want to offer products that are unique and not often available elsewhere in our city, but to engage and commune in the process. With this vision in mind, we are closing our doors in this season. Loving others well, means caring for others. Keeping others safe means closing our doors for a while. We encourage all of us to be good CITIZENs.”
55The Cellar on Main
“Health and safety is our priority. It was a sad decision but we will temporarily be shutting our doors for in store shopping. Stay tuned for details on how to shop online. We are happy to mail or deliver packages.” Find more information here.
Over the past few weeks we have been closely monitoring local news and information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) in each of our communities, and responding to local market conditions by closing select stores under the guidance of local governments. As of March 20, we have made the decision to temporarily close our remaining stores.
While our country takes pause, we realize for many of you, as hardworking men and women of industry, that your work will continue as it often does. We are ready to serve you at DuluthTrading.com or over the phone at 1-866-301-8553.
The health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. We hope that as always, you exercise caution and safety through these unprecedented times.
57Refine Men’s Salon
Refine Men’s Salon is closed as of March 22. Learn more about Refine here.
The Party Fowl location at CoolSprings Galleria announced it would close temporarily.
59The Hairclub Center in Brentwood
The Hairclub Center in Brentwood will be closed until April 1st. We are still offering virtual consultations. They can be scheduled at Hairclub.com/welcome and there is a 10% discount for using the code “yourbesthair” when booking.
60A Moments Peace
For the safety, well-being and peace of mind of everyone we are closing end of business Monday March 23, 2020. We will be monitoring the situation week to week, but for now we plan to re-open on Monday, April 6th 2020
If you have any questions – phones will be answered occasionally, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be assured and know that we are NOT doing this because we had a COVID-19 event. Also, we are CDC compliant to perform services for essential needs, but the current situation crosses a line of, we are all in this together. We all need to do our part.
Further, we will absolutely re-open! As the very first full service salon and day spa in our area, operating since 2002, so we can’t wait to get back to the business of A Moment’s Peace for everyone.
No worries – your gift cards will absolutely be used, towards beauty and peace.
We are all in this together! We pray for peace at this time of national crisis.
61Franklin, Murfreesboro & Nashville Athletic Club
The Franklin, Murfreesboro & Nashville Athletic Clubs are temporarily closing due to recent orders from local officials. Read more here.
62GRAYS on Main/O’ Be Joyful
The restaurants were able to remain open for curbside but have decided to close until further notice. Read more here.
63Catering and Events by Suzette
Catering and Events by Suzette is temporarily closed. After lots of soul searching and tears we believe this is the best decision. So, as we hunker down And ride this out, we send you love and good health.
John P. Holt Brentwood Library will close beginning Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. All meeting room reservations will also be canceled. The decision to close the Library was made from concern for the health of employees given the hundreds of people who visit the library daily, and in response to the CDC guidelines regarding large gatherings. Library users are encouraged to monitor the Library’s website and social media sites for further updates.
65Williamson County Public Library System
The main priority of the Williamson County Public Library System is the health and well-being of our employees and patrons. With that in mind, the Library Board of Trustees and Dolores Greenwald, Director of Library Services, are immediately closing the Library facilities until further notice. This includes Bethesda Public Library, Fairview Public Library, Leiper’s Fork Library, Nolensville Public Library, College Grove Community Library
Customers who have items checked out during this time will not be charged fines.
While staying at home, you can take advantage of our ebooks and online resources such as Hoopla. Please visit our website https://wcpltn.org for the Library’s 24/7 resources.
66Spring Hill Library
Due to the continuing health and safety concerns surrounding Cornavirus (COVID-19), the library is closed until further notice.
You can renew materials on the library website via “Library Catalog & Account” on the left green navigation bar and use the drop box to return materials.
67Williamson County Parks and Recreation
- All Recreation Centers are closed until further notice.
- Outdoor parks and amenities will remain open for use. Hours of operations will be from Daylight to Dusk. We encourage patrons to practice social distancing of at least six feet when using these outdoor parks and amenities.
- In an effort to prevent community transmission, WCPR is canceling all organized programming and non-essential gatherings at all Recreation Centers and Parks until further notice. This includes youth and adult sports, group fitness programs, scheduled activities, facility rentals and special events.
68Williamson County Agricultural Center
Due to the current state of affairs, Rippavilla will close for tours beginning tomorrow for an uncertain amount of time. Rippavilla will continue to host weddings with a limit of 50 people including staff.
Nashville Zoo will temporarily close to the public starting tomorrow (March 18, 2020). While there have been no known cases of COVID-19 at the Zoo, the decision to close was made to further reduce the spread of the virus and protect our guests, staff, volunteers and the community.
In response to the coronavirus and the CDC’s cautionary recommendations, the Lotz House will close Wednesday, March 18 for the protection and health of our staff, visitors and community. There have been no known cases of the virus among our employees or visitors. Please check our website or social media for updates, as we hope to reopen and welcome back visitors soon.
For the past 20 years, BrightStone’s highest priority has been to provide loving care for adults who live with intellectual or developmental challenges. Our mission is to expand their potential and help them develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
BrightStone was already closed this week for Spring break, which we do each year.
With a desire to protect the health of adults with special needs enrolled at BrightStone, we have elected to remain closed through April 3, 2020 to ensure the well-being of our students and their families as well as our volunteers, visitors, employees and our community.
We understand the added burden our closure places on parents or caregivers and pray our decision to remain closed will be helpful and short lived.