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.
This Main Street’s unique feature is SkyMart, an overhead sidewalk system part of a 1969 urban redevelopment project inspired by the walled city of Chester, England. The area features an eclectic mix of specialty shops, antique stores and restaurants to enjoy as you stroll the famous SkyMart. ...more
Ducks Unlimited International Headquarters
International headquarters facility of North America's largest wetlands conservation organization featuring tours and displays of wetlands ecosystems. ...more
Ducktown Basin Museum
The museum is located on the Burra Burra Mine site and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Burra Burra Mine site is a Tennessee Historical Commission State-Owned Historic Site. ...more
East Tennessee Crossing Scenic Byway
This rich stretch of Tennessee landscape follows the original path of the Cherokee Warriors Path, the Wilderness Road across the Clinch Mountain and the Cumberland Gap, the Dixie Highway of the Civil War period and the legendary bootlegging corridor of Thunder Road. Staring out, Pinnacle Rock at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park provides visitors with a bird’s eye view of the Gap’s panoramic vistas. ...more
Edgar Evins State Park
There's a lot to do and see at Edgar Evins State Park! Enjoy a picnic lunch at one of our shaded picnic areas, come for a visit during one of our annual events (such as the Annual Fiddlers Jamboree), hike some of the parks approximately 11 miles of trails, fish beautiful Center Hill Lake or go for a swim. Edgar Evins State Park encompasses approximately 6,000 acres on the shores of Center Hill Lake in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee. ...more
Edwin Warner Park
Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, collectively known as The Warner Parks, are managed by the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation of Nashville and Davidson County. The Warner Parks are the largest municipally administered parks in Tennessee and together span 2684 acres of forest and field, 9 miles from downtown Nashville. ...more