Top 10 Tennessee Trips

Check out some of the best places to visit in Tennessee. From Beale Street to the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee offers a host of great vacation destinations.
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Nashville - Music City Shines

Nashville knows how to get the party started when the sun goes down. From the lively honky tonks of Broadway to the intimate venues sprinkled around town, the music is always turned up! Sing along to your favorite classics, and enjoy original songs by new talent. With all that music, you'll have a special soundtrack all your own for your trip through Middle Tennessee. MORE INFO »

The Beat of Memphis

When you come to Memphis, get ready to go with the flow. It's a city of music and food, history and heritage, all of it moving to the rhythm of the mighty Mississippi River. Get a taste of Memphis music and nightlife in the Beale Street Historic District, or walk in Elvis's shoes in the famous Sun Studio. The history is rich, and the streets are alive in Memphis! MORE INFO »

Eastern Adventures - Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville

There's fun to be had in the Smokies! Gatlinburg was named one of the prettiest towns in the country. Pigeon Forge, nestled at the base of America's most-visited national park, is home to Dollywood's wide array of thrilling rides and music that makes you want to dance in the aisles. Sevierville features great outlet shopping and the most affordable lodging in the area. MORE INFO »

Lynchburg - A Toast to a Legend

The man, the legend, the whiskey. Jack Daniel lived a life of mystery. And, in between, he created Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey. Enjoyed around the world and made in Lynchburg, Jack Daniel's whiskey is crafted in the nation's oldest registered distillery. Personally guided tours are a part of the ambiance and give rare insight into the life of a legendary man. MORE INFO »

Cumberland Caverns - Bluegrass Underground

Striking silence and perpetual darkness give way to the sounds of the finest bluegrass music around. Water and time entwined 3.5 million years ago to create one of the most acoustically pure natural spaces on earth, a space now home to Bluegrass Underground. This monthly radio show, recorded live 333 feet below ground where no man-made sound can reach, is unforgettable. MORE INFO »

Spectacular Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Ridges of forest run along Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for the beauty of its ancient mountains, this is America's most visited national park. Known as the "People's Park," there is no entrance fee to enjoy the splendor of its 521,454 acres, 384 miles of roads, and 800 miles of hiking and riding trails. MORE INFO »

Knoxville Charm

Good times and good friends await you in Knoxville! A modern Appalachian city, you'll be surrounded by great dining, nightlife, museums, shopping, family fun and championship sports. Stop downtown for picturesque riverfront views, historic buildings and walking tours, shopping and nightlife in the Old City and historic Market Square. Time will fly in The Marble City. MORE INFO »

Chattanooga's Colors

From the summit of Lookout Mountain to the depths of the Tennessee River, the beauty of nature is one of Chattanooga's greatest attractions. The vibrant colors in the sky blanket lush hillsides to create spectacular views like no other. Add a rich history, bustling riverfront and endless fun for the whole family and you can see why Chattanooga is truly a great city. MORE INFO »

Tri-Cities Culture

It only takes one visit to understand why the Northeast Region is so rich in culture, history and outdoor fun. It's a perfect blend of past and present. Find your adventure in the heart-pounding sounds of NASCAR, the sights of the great outdoors, the heritage of a historical landmark or the plot of a compelling story. The Tri-Cities region has it all. MORE INFO »

Discover Union City

Educational, interactive and fun, the world-class Discovery Park of America opens November 1, along with its flagship Discovery Center. The center boasts more than 70,000 square feet of exhibit space and features 10 unique galleries focused on nature, science, technology, history and art. Venture outside to be transported to another time, or enjoy the beauty of nature. MORE INFO »

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