Tennessee may seem like it is all about Nashville and country music, but there’s so much more to see and do that you’ll be left fighting trying to decide which direction to head. With places like Memphis, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville (just to mention a few) visitors will find a plethora of fun things to do with great views to see. In east Tennessee you can visit Knoxville, Chattanooga, Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains among many other great cities. There is fun to be had by people of all ages and plenty for families to do as well as much history to learn about. East Tennessee provides you with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with its endless miles of forest that crosses between North Carolina and Tennessee. Visitors can see wildlife like bears, elk and more roaming the grounds in their natural habitat. Plan for a stop in Newfound Gap where visitors can actually put one foot in North Carolina and the other in Tennessee. And hikers of all experience levels can take a hike on the historic Appalachian Trail. Amusement Park connoisseurs will enjoy a stop at Dollywood, home of Dolly Parton’s very own amusement park. Or visit the breathtaking 145 foot underground waterfall that’s located inside Lookout Mountain, which is near Chattanooga. Families will love the quaint town of Gatlinburg with shops and restaurants as well as the Ripley’s Aquarium. You will also enjoy Ober Gatlinburg, a ski area and amusement park in the mountains over Gatlinburg. West Tennessee boasts the famous Graceland, plenty of museums and history along with Discovery Park of America in Union City. If you don’t already know, Graceland is Elvis Presley’s once-owned mansion that sits on an over 13 acre estate. Memphis is also home to the popular Beale Street and Sun Studios. Beale Street is a 1.8 mile street in downtown Memphis boasting shops, restaurants and music. It’s been named a National Historic Landmark due to its deep history of performing legends. In the heart of Tennessee, visitors will find Nashville which is known as the heart of country music. Visitors can catch a show at the famous Grand Ole Opry or the Ryman Auditorium. Many will enjoy a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame, which is one of the largest museums in the world. Old Stone Fort state archaeological park, which holds deep history as it had been constructed approximately 2,000 years ago by the native Americans. Today it’s a beautiful park with many hiking trails, much history, beautiful scenery and camping sites. History buffs will enjoy the many Civil War sites and monuments including Shiloh National Military park and the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military parks. The state is filled with rich history, museums, fun things to do and places to stay and eat for visitors of all ages.
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This is the world's only full-size replica of the ancient Greek temple. It houses the tallest indoor sculpture in the western world, a statue of Athena, ancient goddess of wisdom and learning, the deity for whom the original Parthenon was erected. Originally built for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in 1897, the building became unsafe and was rebuilt in 1929. It is an exact replica of the Greek temple, its architecture including not a single straight line; no two columns are the same size, nor are they placed the same distance apart. No two steps are the same size and the floor is not square or level. A proud symbol of Tennessee’s Capitol city, the “Athens of the South,” the Parthenon houses the city’s permanent art collection, plaster casts of the Elgin Marbles, a gift shop, and visitors center.
Drop by for a firsthand look at our distillery where one of our guides will accompany you on a tour and tell you the complete story of our whiskey. And you’ll probably hear an interesting story or two about Mr. Jack as well. We hope to see you around Lynchburg sometime soon. Our tour is mostly out-of-doors and involves quite a lot of walking, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes. Tours last about an hour and fifteen minutes and start anywhere from every fifteen minutes to an hour, depending on how big a crowd we have. For a nominal fee, Jack Daniel’s is now offering Distillery tours, which include a sampling of our hometown product. Be sure to ask about these enhanced tours upon arriving at the Visitor Center. Sampling tours are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis every Monday through Saturday (excluding Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, and New Years Day).
The Birthplace of Rock and Roll!"If music we're a religion, then Memphis would be Jerusalem and Sun Studio its most sacred shrine." Sun Studio is a recording studio opened by rock pioneer Sam Phillips at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, on January 3, 1950. It was originally called Memphis Recording Service, sharing the same building with the Sun Records label business. Reputedly the first rock-and-roll single, Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats' "Rocket 88" was recorded there in 1951 with song composer Ike Turner on keyboards, leading the studio to claim status as the birthplace of rock & roll. Blues and R&B artists like Howlin' Wolf, Junior Parker, Little Milton, B.B. King, James Cotton, Rufus Thomas, and Rosco Gordon recorded there in the early 1950s.
Visitors are wowed by this thundering 145-foot underground waterfall, a natural wonder located on the scenic Lookout Mountain.
Montgomery Bell State Park is located seven miles east of Dickson in Dickson County. The park was once the center of iron industry in Middle Tennessee. The park’s namesake, Montgomery Bell, formed one of the largest iron industries in Tennessee. Iron was once thought to be more valuable than gold and was a very lucrative industry at the time. The site of the first Cumberland Presbyterian Church is also located at Montgomery Bell State Park. The church was founded in 1810 in the log cabin home of Reverend Samuel McAdow. A replica of the cabin and a church are located within the park. Montgomery Bell State Park is equipped with a conference center that can host up to 500 people. The onsite restaurant is open every day and available to cater events. Within the center, the inn offers 120 rooms and five suites. The park also has eight environmentally-friendly modern cabins available for rent.Visit Montgomery Bell State Park
Warriors’ Path State Park was named for the Great Cherokee War and Trading Path. Since that time, the park land has known a long history of travelers and is still a pathway for modern-day outdoor enthusiasts. The 950-acre park is located on the shores of the Patrick Henry Reservoir on the Holston River. Warriors’ Path is the only Tennessee State Park with a Boundless Playground - where children of all physical and mental abilities can play together. Other unique features throughout the park that are fully accessible include: the Lions Narnia Braille Trail with eight sensory stations along a quarter-mile that tell visitors the story of Aslan of the Chronicles of Narnia, the Anderson Treehouse which is a fully-accessible tree house and the Palmer Center Foundation Amphitheater which can host audiences of up to 1,000 people.Visit Warriors' Path State Park
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