Find full-tilt stimulation in Tennessee! If you are a family geared toward action--or full of curiosity--Tennessee has your ticket. Revel in our wild and scenic rivers, seize inspiration in our picturesque mountains, pick your own vibe from our world-famous music. Go horseback riding, mountain biking, backpacking. Launch free-flowing fun while fly fishing and set your heels to hiking. Take off on a tramway ride, careen around in go-karts, twirl on the ice, play putt putt. Serious about your golf? Get your swing on at our many gorgeous courses.
Full of wanderlust? Spend time in a world-renowned natural wonder of biodiversity, the Great Smoky Mountains. Want to explore how things work? Get to the heart of creativity in our museums. Sports-minded? Music-oriented? Want to look into history? Look into Tennessee. From mild to wild, pleasant diversions for the family flow abundantly in Tennessee. From the Memphis Rock 'n Soul Museum to the Chattanooga Aquarium, Tennessee has the right flavor of fun for your family.
Adventure Bound Camping Resort Gatlinburg
Welcome to Adventure Bound Gatlinburg, our family-owned Gatlinburg, Tennessee campground. Camping in the Smokies has never been more enjoyable than this; a secluded mountain hideaway that is only a short trip from the hustle-bustle of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge attractions, shopping, and restaurants. ...more
Whether it is playing miniature golf amid rushing waterfalls or beneath a giant shark and octopus, there is not other golfing adventure quite like Adventure Golf. Look at the old burning pirate ship as you go for that hole-in-one or cower under the massive dinosaurs that tower above. ...more
Not one, not two but three levels of hair raising, heart pumping fun waits at this popular Pigeon Forge Go-Kart track. Offering the only computerized Go-Karts in Pigeon Forge, Adventure Raceway is your place for fun. ...more
Adventure Science Center
Discover the wonders of science at Adventure Science Center - a world of interactive adventures that inspire imagination and curiosity. Established in 1944, the Children’s Museum of Nashville resided on 2nd Avenue South in downtown Nashville. ...more
Bella Rustica Vintage Market is an annual fundraiser for AGAPE. Antique vendors, craftsmen and artist from all over the southeast come and create a decorators showplace in a barn. ...more
Originally chartered by the general assembly in 1957, the Tennessee Agricultural Museum now stands as one of Tennessee's best collections of artifacts relating to the pioneering days of Tennessee farm families. Located at Ellington Agricultural Center in south Nashville, the museum is housed in a former horse barn, originally part of the Brentwood Hall estate of financier Rogers Caldwell. ...more
Agriculture Trail in the Tennessee Overhill
The Agriculture Trail in the Tennessee Overhill is a self-guided tour that takes visitors from native gardens to cheese farms to local farmers markets and wineries. ...more
Amazin' Acres of Fun
Create unforgettable memories with your family and friends at Amazin’ Acres of Fun! Kids and adults love a visit to our farm which includes petting and feeding farm animals, milking Dixie the milk cow, playing in the corn box and many other ag-tivities that we call pioneer day experiences. We invite you to spend the day playing, relaxing, learning, and planting memories of harvest fun. ...more
America's Bridge to Prosperity
At Foxfire Mountain, you can cross the longest swinging bridge in America. The bridge goes from the base camp at Foxfire Mountain across Dunn’s Gorge to Prosperity Mountain. ...more
City: Sevierville, TN
American Museum of Science & Energy
American Museum of Science and Energy is a center for exploration dedicated to the WWII Manhattan Project history and the science that emerged from Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Live demonstrations, interactive exhibits and presentations. ...more
Annual Old Mill Heritage Day
Old Mill Heritage Day at The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge Tennessee, will be filled with music, food, fun and games for all ages,demonstrations, crafts, storytelling and best of all – tradition. Featuring Bluegrass music, cloggers, crafts, sorghum making, chuck wagon cooking, food vendors, antique cars & engines, tractors and enlarged children’s area with old time games, music, petting zoo, face painting, pumpkin painting and train ride. ...more
Appalachian Fair Association, Inc.
Annual Community Celebration, last full week in Aug. Featuring motorcycle shows, dog shows, gun shows, country music performances, demolition derby, livestock shows, youth activities, rides, carnival and more. ...more