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From music venues to natural attractions, you’ll find a wealth of things to do and places to explore across Tennessee. Major cities, including Nashville, Memphis, and Chattanooga are a hub of activity year round and you can attend numerous festivals and other special events around the water or major city sites when traveling here.
The smokey region is a haven for outdoor lovers and the Great Smoky Mountains serve as a backdrop for many sites around eastern Tennessee. Make your way to Knoxville to spend the day at the zoo or just drive around the region during the fall months to see the leaves changing color. Hike the Appalachian Trail and take a trip to Dollywood when visiting Pigeon Forge. Pigeon Forge is also home to the Southern Gospel Museum & Hall of Fame.
When you’re in Nashville, the Capitol of Tennessee, immerse yourself in music culture by visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame or the Grand Ole Opry. Nashville hosts dozens of music concerts and other events throughout the year. If you want to explore the great outdoors instead, spend some time at Cumberland Mountain State Park for hiking, fishing, and other activities. Don’t miss the Dukes of Hazard Museum in Nashville for a trip back in time.
There’s no shortage of tourist attractions to visit across Tennessee and you’ll find many popular destinations in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Hop on the Ober Gatlinburg sky tram or take tour of the Hollywood Star Cars Museum when visiting Gatlinburg. Other notable sites in this area include the Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Distillery and the Mysterious Mansion. In western Tennessee, the Tina Turner Museum near Jackson and Beale Street in Memphis are some must-visit destinations to add t your itinerary.
Taking the Western Tennessee Music Loop Tour or the Highland Rim Tour is a great way to explore several key sites and attractions in a few days. Don’t forget to add some offbeat attractions to round out your itinerary. The Bell Witch Cave in Adams near Clarksville or the Crystal Shrine Grotto at Memorial Park Cemetery in Memphis are some unique places to explore. In Knoxville, the Sunsphere is the perfect destination to take in majestic views of the Great Smoky Mountains.