A Tennessee Wedding
Say "I do" in Tennessee, the state of wedded bliss.
When planning for that most memorable of occasions, your wedding, consider a perfect, idyllic Tennessee setting. Picture, dockside, your ceremony with a chaplain in full dress uniform, afterwards cruising the Tennessee River while dining to music with your guests. Perhaps a Smoky Mountain chapel, complete with gazebo, waterfall and bridge, is the stuff of your nuptial dreams. Or, do you dream of a botanical garden, with many acres of beauty? A mansion or National Register house? An historic town square setting? Cosmopolitan and chic, all natural outdoors or a very personalized creation, your Tennessee wedding will be one sweet day to remember.
Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum
Museum tells the story of Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne Division, featuring a large collection of military aircraft, vehicles and equipment from WWII to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Free admission, free films, gift shop and next to Burger King. ...more
Tennessee Pewter, crafters of fine handmade pewter, builds its reputation upon solid craftsmanship and quality. Begun in 1973, Tennessee Pewter artisans chose West Tennessee as its home after searching New England for the right location. ...more
Tennessee River Gardens
The Tennessee River Gardens and Nature Preserve is a spectacular gated wildflower garden and wildlife preserve in the heart of the Tennessee River Gorge. It is dedicated to the education and enjoyment of students and residents in the surrounding Chattanooga area. ...more
Tennessee Riverboat Co.
Come aboard the <I>Star of Knoxville</I>, a Mississippi-style paddle wheeler for fun, excitement, festive entertainment and fabulous food and beverage. They'll show you Knoxville like nobody else can. ...more
Biblical Times Theater is excited to announce our brand new show for 2013 Kings of Psalms. Join our award-winning cast as they share the story of God working through Samuel to bring forth three kings. ...more
The Barn Event Center of the Smokies
The Barn Event Center is a unique venue located just miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cades Cove. The Barn is a traditional post and beam, mortise and tenon building and is the largest cantilever-style barn on record. ...more
The Belcourt Theatre
Opening in 1925 as the Hillsboro Theatre, The Belcourt originally operated as a silent movie house, boasting the most modern projection equipment and the largest stage in the city. The Children's Theatre of Nashville, the longest running children's theatre of its kind, and the venerable Grand Ole Opry both shared The Belcourt stage during the 30's. ...more
The Bluebird Cafe
An unassuming, 100-seat venue that became one of the premier songwriter clubs in the country, the Bluebird Cafe is a legend in the music business. Many of today's most popular songs and songwriters started here, including Garth Brooks. ...more
Two historic Nashville streets merge to form a vibrant focal point within the heart of the city: Lower Broadway and Second Avenue North. Lower Broadway and Second Avenue North feature an array of honky tonk clubs and bars, with Tootsie's Orchid Lounge among the most well-known. ...more
The Farm at Hollow Springs
Located in Cannon County, Tennessee between Manchester, Woodbury and Beech Grove, this old farm offers new ideas and fun activities for families and groups to enjoy. Spend a day or spend an hour, either way you'll be sure to find entertainment and a little education during your farm visit. ...more
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