Tennessee has so much to offer travelers at any time of the year. See the Smoky Mountains or hike through trails or ride on horseback. Take amazing road trips along the eastern part of the state to see fall leaves changing colors in the mountains. Or, kick up your heels and enjoy country, rock and every other kind of music in between in Nashville.
There is no doubt that Tennessee is one state that has plenty of sites to charm even the most experienced traveler. One of the best spots is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is the most visited of all the national parks and the views are breathtaking whether driving through or walking around on foot.
Memphis is a city that has lots to see in contrast from Southern traditions to modern wonders. Its biggest attraction is Graceland, the mansion Elvis Presley bought in the late 1950s. The city is located on the bluffs over the Mississippi and it is the largest in Tennessee. Sun Studios in the city is where Elvis Presley recorded his first few hits. To see the other studio he recorded more No. 1 hits visit Nashville.
Music City as it is known is a popular destination for people everywhere. Recording artists like Taylor Swift and Sheryl Crow all live in this city which featured the Grand Ole Opry which is now at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Honky Tonk Row is a sprawling blitz of sounds, neon lights, bars, barbecue and more. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Dollywood are also huge attractions in Nashville.
A new attraction in Nashville is Discovery Park of America in Union City. Visit Tennessee anywhere at any time of year and see all that there is that makes this a place for music, beauty, and history.