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Tennessee

Allardt Pumpkin Festival, Jamestown
Allardt Pumpkin Festival, Jamestown
  • Allardt Pumpkin Festival, Jamestown
  • Unicoi County Apple Festival, Erwin
  • BB King's Blues Club, Memphis
  • Beale Street, Memphis
  • Bonnaroo Music Festival, Manchester
  • Paris Landing Golf Course, Buchanan
  • Carnton McGavock Cemetery, Franklin
  • Casey Jones Village, Jackson
  • Cordell Hull Birthplace, Byrdstown
  • Cumberland Mountain State Park, Cumberland Gap
  • Dale Hollow Lake, Byrdstown
  • Fall Creek Falls
  • General Jackson Showboat, Nashville
  • Grainger County Tomato Festival, Rutledge
  • Gray Fossil Site, Johnson City
  • Highland Manor Winery, Jamestown
  • Hunter Museum, Chattanooga
  • International Storytelling Center, Jonesborough
  • Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchburg
  • Johnson City Bike Race
  • Memphis Music Festival
  • Memphis Zoo
  • Nashville Zoo
  • Neyland Stadium, Knoxville
  • Blue Plum Festival, Jonesboro
  • River Gorge Explorer, Chattanooga
  • Williamsburg Winery, Williamsburg
  • Memphis in May
  • Pickwick Belle Riverboat, Pickwick Dam
  • Bird Dog Museum, Grand Junction
  • Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville
  • Shiloh National Military Park
April 24, 2014
Memphis
Fair 61°F
Wind W 8mph
April 24, 2014
Nashville
Fog/Mist 66°F
Wind SW 12mph
April 24, 2014
Knoxville
Light Rain and Breezy 73°F
Wind S 25mph
April 24, 2014
Chattanooga
Rain Fog/Mist 68°F
Wind S 17mph

Stretching from the Mississippi River to the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee is a place to discover the best of great musical styles, America’s riveting history, exciting outdoor adventure, Southern hospitality and mouthwatering food. With cities such as Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga and thousands of acres of great outdoors, Tennessee is more than a vacation–it is an experience.

Take a musical tour from Memphis with the Blues on Beale Street and Elvis Presley’s Graceland to Nashville with its Grand Ole Opry and famous Blue Bird Café writers club. In Chattanooga, you can visit Lookout Mountain, the Tennessee Aquarium and the famed Chattanooga Choo-Choo. The Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee offer a wealth of outdoor sports, music theaters and shopping and family fun, like the Dollywood theme park. And don’t forget about all 54 of the Tennessee state parks.

Historic attractions, antebellum trails, zoos, aquariums, interactive science museums and an amazing array of unique caves and caverns including the world’s largest underground lake, make the state of Tennessee a favorite family vacation destination. From the homes of record breaking country artists to award-winning wilderness trails, Tennessee has a stage set for you.

Tennessee Department of Tourist Development
Wm. Snodgrass/Tennessee Tower

312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, 25th Floor

Nashville , TN 37243
(615) 741-2159

tourdev@tn.gov

www.tnvacation.com

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