Would have to be either the Aquarium in Chattanooga or Printers Alley in Nashville. I live in Whites Creek just north or Nashville.
I like the mountains. Whether you prefer scenic driving or hiking, it's really beautiful. They have some fantastic waterfalls too.
Well the biggest attraction is objective. If you cry on Elvis' Birthday or collect his commemorative plates, well Graceland in Memphis. There are battleground sites throughout the state for the civil war buffs, and in the Smokey Mountains, Gatlinburg.
The BBQ spots are the best hands down good food, history, and southern hospitality doesn't get better than that.
There are lots of tourist attractions in Tennessee. Example of these are Dinosaur Walk Museum, Crystal Shrine Grotto, Museum of Appalachia and many more.
This place should have its own zip code, because it is so well known, so large at nearly 14 acres, and brings in such a huge amount of yearly revenues. Elvis Presley, 34 years after his death is still one of the top money earning celebrities in... read more
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