Roadside Heritage Attractions
Eight floors of divinely inspired architecture, a gigantic dragon guarding fireworks, and a perpetual motion machine that hasn't worked since 1870! Tennessee's roadside heritage attractions promise to make you do a double take.
Whether a stop at one of Tennessee's roadside heritage attractions is for a quick stretch or the destination itself, you are sure to be amazed. From boxcars filled with 11 million paperclips to a museum dedicated to the art of towing, Tennessee's roadside attractions offer the perfect blend of fascination and history, garnished with just a hint of oddity.
Top Secret Trail
Top Secret is waiting for you: a trail of secrets hidden among the scenic wilds of the Upper Cumberland Plateau. Immerse yourself in early Knoxville history by touring Blount Mansion, James White Fort and Bleak House, General Longstreet’s 1863 Battle of Knoxville headquarters. ...more
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This historic home of former Tennessee Governor William Trousdale was built around 1813 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house contains original Trousdale furniture and a small Confederate library. ...more