There are some things that are just better in Tennessee, folks. Some things are better, and some can ONLY be done in the Volunteer State. Curious about some once-in-a-lifetime adventures that are completely borne in Tennessee?
Here we go.
7. Hang gliding above the Great Smokies, anyone?
Tennessee Tree Toppers makes for quite an adventure, with their routes that run right over the Sequatchie Valley.
6. Visit the "most beautiful theatre in the South."
The Tennessee Theatre is located in Knoxville, and the historic spot was renovated in 2005, the first time since its 1928 opening.
5. Visit the museum that honors the Man in Black.
The Johnny Cash Museum is about to share space with the Patsy Cline Museum, which means you'll have the opportunity to learn about two country legends in a single day.
4. You can only visit Graceland in Tennessee, folks.
Land of Elvis fame, you simply can't miss out on a Graceland tour if you're ever in Memphis.
3. Visit the Mother Church of Country Music.
The Ryman Auditorium is one of the most well-known and celebrated venues in the country. You can hit up a concert, or find yourself a tour. It was also the first home to the Grand Ole Opry before it moved in the mid-70s. 1974, to be exact.
2. Visit the Honkytonk Highway.
Walking the Broadway Historic District in Nashville is like taking a step back into the past, and it's fairly well-known and frequented by bachelorette parties from EVERYWHERE. Really. It's not called "Nashvegas" for nothin'.
1. Visit Dollywood? Yes.
Dolly Parton is a beautiful human in every way, but visiting a theme park that honors her Tennessee roots can only make for a wonderful, wonderful day out.
So…we’re completely in love with these Tennessee adventures. Which one adventure would you take on first?