National Historic Landmarks
From Beale Street to Sgt. Alvin C. York's farm to William Blount Mansion, Tennessee is punctuated with exceptional, meaningful sites. Our landmarks are graphic illustrations of Tennessee's history, designated by the Secretary of the Interior.
Big sounds--such as Elvis, Roy Orbison, Conway Twitty and Johnny Cash--launched careers at a famous Memphis building, Sun Record Company, begun by Sam Phillips. And, Ryman Auditorium, first opened as a tabernacle, was used for Grand Ole Opry broadcasts from 1943 until 1974. Located in Castalian Springs, the largest existing log structure in Tennessee, in Wynnewood State Historic Area, was originally built to serve as a stagecoach inn for travelers.
Ardmore City Hall
Ardmore is located in two states and four counties; Giles and Lincoln Counties in Tennessee and Limestone and Madison Counties in Alabama. It has grown from a one store-house built in 1911 to a thriving town of businesses, churches, schools, and a factory. ...more
Arrowheads to Aerospace Museum
Museum spans time from before five native American tribes traversed the area through the opening of AEDC. Exibits Include : Military,Lionel Trains, Buttons, Quilts, Teapots, Toys, Nativities, Apothecary, General Store and Gift Shop. ...more
Battle of Franklin Trust
The Battle of Franklin Trust is dedicated to a better understanding of the five bloodiest hours of the American Civil War. Two historic landmarks witnessed the carnage first hand: The Carter House and Carnton Plantation. ...more
They have a wonderful area for enjoying a trip to see the history of the Battle at Shiloh National Military Park. Everyone is welcome and they truly enjoy all the visitors. ...more
Beale Street Historic District
The music and entertainment pulse of downtown Memphis, Beale Street at the turn of the 20th century served as a haven for African Americans migrating from small towns. Legendary greats such as W. ...more