More and more travelers are looking for ways to see new places while still respecting the land and traditions of places they travel. We've made it easier for you by compiling this directory of places to stay, eat and have fun while still helping us preserve the best of Tennessee.
The businesses, events and attractions listed here all are working to take better care of the natural resources, the history, and the culture that make Tennessee such a great place to live or to visit.
Cookeville Depot Museum
Originally built in 1909, the Cookeville Depot Museum is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and is the heart of Cookeville's historic Westside District. The museum houses many Tennessee Central Railway artifacts, as well as an HO scale replica of what Cookeville’s Westside looked like in the summer of 1955. ...more
Cookeville History Museum
The Cookeville History Museum is a great place to see pieces of area history. The museum features a permanent exhibit space and a front room that houses rotating exhibits. ...more
Cooper-Young Historic District
The "historically hip," Cooper Young Historic District combines an energetic vibe with traditional southern hospitality to create a diverse, popular, and trendy entertainment district with more than 55 antique shops, coffeehouses, galleries, specialty shops, vintage stores and an array of restaurants and bars. It's an early 1920s neighborhood with some of the city's most architecturally unique homes and an array of Memphis' Best of the Best restaurants, some with internationally known chefs. ...more
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Follow the rhythm of country music’s past and present to the home of priceless artifacts, dynamic exhibitions, live music, Nashville’s most legendary recording studio and much more. Be our guest and experience true Southern hospitality and a journey you’ll never forget. ...more
Cowan Railroad Museum
Cowan Railroad Museum features photos, relics and memorabilia from the age of steam and steel located in a 1904 train depot listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The depot itself features a model railroad layout and a Smithsonian photo exhibition of area industry. ...more
Conveniently located between Nashville, Chattanooga and Gatlinburg, Cumberland Caverns offers a great day of fun and excitement. Inquire about their educational field trips, overnight spelunking trips, daytime adventure trips, group tours, and banquets, birthday parties, and weddings. ...more
Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge
This new pedestrian bridge, crossing the Cumberland River where it bends near Briley and Two Rivers Parkway, is considered a vital link in Nashville's impressive and emerging greenway system. Almost 22 miles of walking and biking trails are now connected, via the new bridge, from MetroCenter north of downtown to Percy Priest Dam. ...more
Dandridge Historic District
The state’s second-oldest town is charming and well preserved, with a downtown National Historic District that has b o u t i q u e s, antique shops and restaurants. Stop by the 1820 coach house--the Visitor Center--for your go-to first Dandridge stop. ...more
David Crockett Cherokee Museum
A great Cherokee art exhibit; a dinosaur egg found in Lawrence County, history of David Crockett and Lawrence County history exhibit, local art exhibits. A visual arts center showing the renowned play, Unto These Hills and Cherokee History. ...more
Date: Jan 1, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
AiM Book Club - 3rd Tuesday Jan.-Nov.
Location: Selmer, TN
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