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Things to do in Tennessee
Chattanooga - explore Outlook Mountain
Overlooking the town of Chattanooga are the magnificent limestone hills known as Lookout Mountain. Here amongst the crags and cliffs are an amazing number of caves just waiting to be explored. Local children have been doing just that, for years. Take a safe option and go on one of the guided tours, to discover the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Chattanooga - tour through the Crystal Palace Cave
A tour through the Crystal Palace Cave in Chattanooga is like stepping in to a fantasy wonderland. It has magnificent displays of stalagmites and stalactites, some of which have joined to create floor to ceiling displays of liquid rock. Formed over a millennia from dissolved limestone, these magnificent examples of nature’s art offer both an interesting, yet stunning sight as well as being highly informative.
Gatlinburg - purchase traditional crafts at the Southern Highland Craft Guild
Founded back in 1930, the Southern Highland Craft Guild represents over 200 different traditional crafts from the Appalachian area of the United States The collection includes pottery, woodcarving, weaving, furniture, textiles and much more. The Arrowcraft Shop in Gatlinburg, gives you the opportunity to see and purchase many of these crafts, and is partly responsible for the resurgence in traditional crafts in the region.
Knoxville - go on and see Alex Haley Statue
Known for writing one of the most important works of American literature in history, Alex Haley is commemorated by a 13 foot bronze statue in Knoxville, which is close to where he spent the last years of his life. His book "Roots" tells the story of a slave and his journey from Africa, the trials and tribulations of his life as a slave and then travelling back to Africa to discover his “roots”.
Memphis - be inspired on a tour of Sun Studio
Take a trip to possibly the most important recording studio in the world and definitely one of the most famous. Many of the best known Rock and Roll songs were recorded in Sun Studios in Memphis including songs by Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins as well as Johnny Cash. This is an absolute must visit location for true music fans. A tour of the studios should take about an hour and a half.
Memphis - shake your hips at Gracelands
No trip to Memphis would be complete without a trip to Gracelands, the home of the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley. Now a museum dedicated to him, the house is filled with memorabilia from his time as the world’s best known singer, including many of the costumes that he wore on stage. There is also an extensive collection of photographs of Elvis from his childhood though to his death in 1977 with his music playing throughout the building.
Memphis - spend a day at the Pink Palace Museum
Learn about the history of Memphis and the surrounding area by spending a day in the Pink Palace Museum. It is filled with interactive displays going right back to the days of the dinosaurs, the Spanish explorers through to the civil war and modern day. There is even a fully size replica of the country’s first self-service grocery store Piggly Wiggly for you to explore. Take time to see the exhibition showing how the medical industry became so important to the success of Memphis.
Nashville - relax in a horse drawn carriage tour
Known as the City of Music, Nashville also has some stunning architecture and some interesting sites to visit. An easy way to see some of these is whilst relaxing in a horse drawn carriage. You will need to do this in the evening, as the carriages only run between 6pm and 11pm. The tours last about 20 minutes and your driver will give you a commentary of what you are passing. To really impress your friends hire on of these to take you a restaurant for dinner, one night.
Nashville - take a Opry House backstage tour
Country music fans will recognise the name Grand Ole Opry as being one of the iconic centers for music in the Untied States. You can now take a tour back stage and see where over 35 years worth of stars have performed and been hosted whilst waiting to go on the show. Tours are available between February and October, but must be booked online in advance.
Nashville - wander the historic Belle Meade Plantation
One of the oldest remaining buildings from the hey day of the plantation period, there are still bullet holes in the building from the Civil War, the Belle Meade Plantation is also known worldwide for its thoroughbred horses. The main building is open for tours all year around and gives living history demonstrations in the Harding Cabin on Fridays and Saturdays between April and October.
Introduction of Tennessee
Tennessee is an eastern US state sandwiched between the Appalachian Mountains and the fabled River Mississippi. This city has a rich music history and is home to Nashville, Memphis and the Smoky Mountains National Park. The state receives lots of visitors annually and has a plethora of Tennessee hotels, motels, tent sites and resorts to accommodate them. Memphis is the biggest city in the state and is on the right bank of the Mississippi. Near the riverside is an excellent choice of hotels that are convenient for visiting Elvis Presley's Graceland Mansion, the Pink Palace Museum and Brooks Art Museum. Nashville is the other large urban district in Tennessee. In Nashville, numerous hotels are located in the city centre district close to museums, the Grand Ole Opry House and Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. The city of Knoxville is close to the Smoky Mountains, on the east side of the state. Accommodation in the mountains tends to be more bucolic with log cabins, bed and breakfasts, and camping sites on offer.