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The most visited in Tennessee
Museums in Memphis
Graceland
(8)
Rivers in Memphis
Mississippi River
(2)
Sports-Related in Memphis
Pyramid Arena
(1)
Museums in Memphis
National Civil Rights Museum
(2)
Statues in Memphis
Statue of Elvis Presley
(1)
Sports Centers in Memphis
FedEx Forum
Museums in Nashville
Fisk University Galleries
Nature Reserves in Gatlinburg
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
(1)
Museums in Nashville
Belmont Mansion
(1)
Museums in Nashville
Tennessee Historical Commission
(1)
Museums in Nashville
Adventure Science Center
Museums in Nashville
The Upper Room Chapel
Museums in Nashville
Country Music Foundation
Museums in Nashville
Belle Meade Plantation
(1)
Forests in Memphis
Forests near Memphis
Museums in Memphis
Graceland
(8)
Museums in Memphis
National Civil Rights Museum
(2)
Museums in Nashville
Fisk University Galleries
Museums in Nashville
Belmont Mansion
(1)
Museums in Nashville
Tennessee Historical Commission
(1)
Museums in Nashville
Adventure Science Center
Museums in Nashville
The Upper Room Chapel
Museums in Nashville
Country Music Foundation
Museums in Nashville
Belle Meade Plantation
(1)
Museums in Nashville

The top 45 attractions in Tennessee

Museums in Memphis
Graceland
(8)
As kitch as Elvis could be. As fake as americans can do. But it deserve a visit, come on, it’s Elvis home!
Rivers in Memphis
Mississippi River
(2)
One section of the shores of the Mississippi have been cleaned or cleared and converted into public paths. From Beale Street to the south, and to the vicinity of Jefferson Avenue, in the north. Some companies offer tours along the river that last from half an hour to as long as two hours. It's a pleasant walk to recapture the atmosphere of yesteryear, or simply walk along the banks.
Sports-Related in Memphis
Pyramid Arena
(1)
This is a multicultural and sports centre. Shaped like a pyramid to honour the Egyptian city of Memphis. Concerts, meetings and basketball games are held here. The Pyramid Arena was the home court for the Memphis Grizzlies for four years (2001-2004). It has seating for about 21,000 people and is in the centre of the U.S. city of Memphis, right on the banks of the Mississippi River. It was built in 1991, and standing at 98 meters tall, it's the world's sixth largest pyramid. Initially, it hosted the basketball team from the University of Memphis, and later in 2001, it hosted the NBA basketball team, the Memphis Grizzlies. However, in 2004, both teams left the pyramid to move to a new stadium, the FedEx Forum. After the basketball teams left the stadium, the pyramid was unoccupied with no long-term plans. In 2005, the arena's committee thought about turning it into a casino, an aquarium, a shopping centre, or a theme park on ancient Egypt. In the photo, you can see it in the distance, along the river.
Museums in Memphis
National Civil Rights Museum
(2)
Martin Luther King was assassinated here in 1968. He was shot from a building opposite the railing while talking to the people who came to salute him. They kept everything as it was and made it a Civil Rights Museum. The video of the Reverend who was with him at the time of his death is impressive. Overwhelming.
Statues in Memphis
Statue of Elvis Presley
(1)
In the visitor center or welcome center of Memphis, we found this huge statue of Elvis Presley who was a native of that city. It is a huge bronze statue worth photographing in the city of blues and rock and roll.
Sports Centers in Memphis
FedEx Forum
The FedExForum is one of the most unique sports centers in the NBA. It was officially opened in September 2004, and is located in the southern part of the city of Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States. Its name comes from the main sponsor, the known courier company FedEx. It hosts all kinds of events, from basketball games to concerts or all kinds of shows. It is the home of the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA, which they used to play their games at the Pyramid Arena.
Museums in Nashville
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum of Art
(2)
Cheekwood is in Nashville and it offers you the chance to see the sights and sounds of the season with lavishly decorated grounds, and showcases the activities. The season is celebrated with Christmas carols and each tree bears a different song to life in a new way with festivals. Cheekwood is entertaining and educational for the holiday season.
Museums in Nashville
Fisk University Galleries
The Fisk University Galleries in Nashville were established after the Civil War and two years after the Emancipation Proclamation. Fisk University was established in Nashville. Here, Fisk convened its first classes in first year students had 1866. The people were aged from seven to seventy and they shared slavery and poverty.
Nature Reserves in Gatlinburg
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
(1)
Driving through the Smoky Mountains during the middle of winter.
Museums in Nashville
Belmont Mansion
(1)
The Belmont Mansion in Nashville attracts visitors from around the country as well as worldwide. The Mansion was restored and it's managed Belmont Mansion Association and is funded by revenue, membership fees, fundraising events, private donations and corporations. It's used as a venue for some celebrations.
Museums in Nashville
Tennessee Historical Commission
(1)
Tennessee Historical Commission's objective is to promote the study of the diverse history of Tennessee, for the benefit of future generations and in order to protect, preserve, interpret, operate, maintain and manage historic places, mark important people among others. It is situated in the beautiful area of ​​Nashville, Tenneessee.
Museums in Nashville
Adventure Science Center
The Cumberland Science Museum is situated in Nashville; Tennessee. The Science of Beer: It's a special night for the seniors! Adventure Science Center presents beer Science, an informal meeting of beer tasting and science education too! Beer: Yazoo Brewing Company and Lipman have teamed up with some local and regional breweries to offer a variety of styles and brands of beer to try. Science Fun: The education team ASC has developed live demonstrations, all related to beer, including foam and yeast. Also, explore a beer-themed scavenger hunt.
Museums in Nashville
The Upper Room Chapel
The Upper Room Chapel Museum, is situated in the city of Nashville. Examine the beautiful wood carving of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, with detailed descriptions and its history. The focal point of the carving is the image of Jesus Christ. It has benn said said that in the original da Vinci painting,he painted the saddest face in the world. The manner of capturing so well the mood at the time when Jesus his disciples: "One of you will betray me ".
Museums in Nashville
Country Music Foundation
A 5,000 square meter museum that has an extensive collection that is difficult to find. It displays Country Music CDs, DVDs, books, souvenirs, clothes, gifts and more. It also has a calendar so visitors can participate in one of the celebrity autograph signings or to see a performance that is being held there.
Museums in Nashville
Hartzler-Towner Multicultural Museum
Hartzler-Towner Multicultural is a museum that gives visitors information on many cultures around the world. The museum displays permanent and temporary exhibits of cultural elements from around the world, including an international collection of 700 works. Its collection is made up of sculptures from Asian nations, Mexican pottery, clothing and basketry from all around Africa, Chinese textiles, Native American art, Japanese carvings, tools and weapons of primitive cultures, and more.
Museums in Nashville
American Association for State and Local History
American Asso. of State and Local History began in the year 1904, under the wing of the American Historical Association. Then it was called the Conference of State and Local Historical Societies, and later, AASLH broke on its own in December of the year 1940 to become the American Association of State of Local History. 100 years later the 1st organization was created to support the field of state and local history.
Museums in Nashville
Belle Meade Plantation
(1)
The Belle Meade Plantation is one of the most amazing places you could see in Nashville, North Carolina, in the United States. This place is one of the best places to start touring the city, and you'll make beautiful memories.
Forests in Memphis
Forests near Memphis
Forests near Memphis are worth a visit, especially in autumn. Lately in the Middle Tennessee area, giant wood harvesters stripped Spencer Mountain of its native trees, and planted pine forests to grow timber. Since then you don't need to have anything to do with these beautiful trees and forests.