20 Things To Do In Tennessee This Summer
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20 Things To Do In Tennessee This Summer

Explore the world around you.

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20 Things To Do In Tennessee This Summer
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I often forget, like most, the true beauty that every state holds when one is willing to see it for what it really is. Tennessee is one of the most underrated states in my opinion. It has so much to offer, from beautiful nature scapes, an abundance of history, stunning architecture, and of course the culture dominated by music.

Great Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg 

National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis 

Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga 

Beale Street in Memphis 

This street is actually a National Historic Landmark, stemming from its long line of esteemed performers It was declared the Home of the Blues by an act of Congress in 1977.

Grand Ole Opry in Nashville 

Adventure Science Center in Nashville 

Lost Sea Cave near Sweetwater in Monroe county 

Discovery Park of America in Union City 

Dollywood in Pigeon Forge 

Shelby Farms Park in Memphis 

Parrot Mountain & Gardens in Pigeon Forge 

Virgin Falls Pocket Wilderness in Sparta

Silky O'Sullivans in Memphis

Rock Quarry Cave in Erin 

North Shore Dance Paving Stones in Chattanooga 

Minister's Tree House in Crossville

Helicopter Tour of Downtown Nashville 

Adventures Unlimited Whitewater Rafting in Ocoee

Roaring Fork Motor Motor Nature Trail in Gatlinburg

Tennessee Homemade Wines in Gatlinburg

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