If you’re looking to see Tennessee in full swing, be sure to stop by between spring and fall. The warm weather attracts tourists and plenty of good music. Whether you’re walking or dancing, comfortable shoes are a must. Bring a pair that can carry you to all of the events and festivities you want to see.
Graceland Take a trip to Memphis and visit the famed mansion of the “King of Rock and Roll.” Complete with furnished rooms and a museum holding everything from records to cars, this historic home is worth the drive.
National Civil Rights Museum Trace the US Civil Rights Movement from the 17th century all the way to the present day. Located in the Lorraine Motel — the very same motel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968 — this museum showcases numerous artifacts tied to the Civil Rights Movement.
Ruby Falls If you’re looking for an outdoors adventure, give Ruby Falls a try. This 145-foot underground waterfall is the tallest and deepest waterfall in the nation! Located within Lookout Mountain, Ruby Falls is a great pick for the thrill seekers.
The Country Music Hall of Fame
This Nashville exhibit is a must-see for country music lovers! Learn about the history of this All-American genre while traveling through the world’s largest collection of country music artifacts. Make sure to take a look at the featured exhibits before you go.