Some popular destinations in Tennessee include...
The Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee is
renowned for some of the most spectacular and accessible natural beauty anywhere.
With 10 million visitors yearly, this most-visited national park protects a
delicate ecosystem of rare plants and wildlife as well as structures representing
traditional Appalachian culture. The Park includes over 500,000 acres with 800
miles of hiking trails.
Memphis is a dynamic city with lots to see and do.
From the magic of Graceland to family fun at the Memphis Zoo, the city of Memphis
has a wealth of history as well as activities. Down on Beale Street music lovers
from around the world come to sample the blues, jazz and rock 'n' roll.
While Nashville has boomed into a major league
city, it still retains its small-town charm. Country music's home is based in
the heart of Nashville. The most famous sight here is of course the Grand Ole
Opry. Museums, sporting events, history, it's all here.
Knoxville lies in the shadow of the Great Smoky
Mountains and the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee. The mountains provide
an abundance of recreational activities in the beautiful national and state
parks. Knoxville, Tennessee offers spectacular scenery, diverse museums, historical
attractions, outdoor activities, shopping and much more. The Knoxville Zoo is
one of America's great zoos and is open year round.
Chattanooga, the 4th largest city in the state,
is located in Southeast Tennessee near the border of Georgia. Attractions include
the Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX, Lookout Mountain, the African American Museum,
Civil War battlefield sites, and the Appalachian Trail.