Tennessee, also known as the Volunteer State, is an incredibly popular and sensible place for travelers – who wouldn’t want to enjoy such beautiful weather, southern hospitality, and serene natural settings? Take up a new hobby as you’re fishing, camping, golfing, hiking, backpacking, cycling, horseback riding, or hunting in Tennessee!
The next time you’re in the Volunteer State, be sure to visit some of the most popular cities and towns that it has to offer: Athens, Bristol, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Dandridge, Gatlinburg, Jonesborough, Kingsport, Knoxville, Loudon, Memphis, Monteagle, Nashville, Newport, Pikeville, Sevierville, and Townsend.
Bordering eight states, Tennessee is filled with rich and interesting culture and history that you should not miss. Visit the Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum in Harrogate, which houses over 20,000 artifacts, 6,000 rare books and 1,000 sheets of Civil War music. Don't miss the Dinosaur Walk Museum in Pigeon Forge, which has life-size sculptures of a two-story-high Tyrannosaurus Rex and other prehistoric animals. A favorite attraction is definitely Elvin Presley's Graceland in Memphis, also known as the birthplace of rock 'n' roll. Visitors get the whole effect as they take an audio-guided tour through the mansion and then visit the Elvis Auto Museum, Sincerely Elvis featuring an Elvis Jumpsuits All Access exhibit, Elvis's Custom Jets and Elvis After Dark.
Another top place to visit in Tennessee is the Guinness World of Records Museum in Gatlinburg, where hundreds of exhibits and ten shows from the Guinness World Records Book are found.