Monuments & Museums
Weave your way through Tennessee’s colorful tapestry of American history with a visit to any one of its fascinating monuments and museums.
Stroll through the massive collections at the Tennessee State Museum and take a journey into Tennessee’s legendary past. Or, wind your way through a museum dedicated to your personal interest--the Casey Jones Railroad Museum, Chucalissa Archaeological Museum and the Stax Museum to name just a few.
Historic Maplewood Cemetery
Established as the City of Pulaski's second cemetery. The resting place for many prominent citizens such as Thomas Martin, founder of Martin Methodist College; Governor John C. ...more
Historic Town of Cumberland Gap
The Historic Town of Cumberland Gap is nestled at the foot of Cumberland Mountains inside Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Breathtaking beauty and charming "Mayberry" atmosphere will greet you as you come into town. ...more
Historic Town of Saltillo
Visit Saltillo, an early river town with homes dating from the 1840s. Styles of architecture range from Greek Revival and Italianate influences to country farmhouses. ...more
A picturesque village on the National Register of Historic Places offering the quaintness of the past and the convenience of the present. Local restaurants serve good food and shopping includes antiques, fine art and handmade long rifles. ...more
Mark Twain Park
The Mark Twain Park is a small, grassy area with trees located near the courthouse. The spring here is the one where Mark Twain's parents got their water while they lived in Jamestown. ...more
Natchez Trace Parkway
The 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway and Byway commemorates the ancient trail used by animals and people that connected portions of the Mississippi River to the salt licks in central Tennessee. It took “Kaintucks” about 30 days to walk along the Trace, carrying goods to sell at the port of New Orleans. ...more
City: Pasquo, TN
Phone: (800) 305-7417