Attractions April 21, 2021
The Definitive Guide To Uncovering Tennessee’s Best Attractions — Small Towns, Gorgeous Parks, Museums, And More!
Tennessee has seemingly endless opportunities for adventure and entertainment. Love to shop? Tennessee’s got stores galore: thrift stores, grocery stores, general stores, Amish stores, book stores, music stores. Love to travel? Take a boat tour; take a trolley ride; take a train trip. Love music? This is where you come to find some of the nation’s most famous concert halls. And don’t get us started on Tennessee’s charming small towns. We’re sharing Tennessee’s best attractions so you can start planning your next adventure in The Volunteer State:
The One Of A Kind Boat Ride In Tennessee
The Longest Swinging Bridge In Tennessee
The Unique Park In Tennessee
Does it get more unique than a donations-only, backyard dinosaur park featuring labeled dinosaur models, some of which, like a T-Rex, are life-size? We submit to you that it does not. Welcome to Backyard Terror's Dinosaur Park, located about 20 minutes from Bristol. This is perhaps the most unique park in the state, and you don't want to miss it.
Oh, and there's even a pirate ship!
The Best Small Towns In Tennessee
Tennessee has a big city or two (
), but small towns really are the state's specialty. And Tennessee's small towns are top notch. Offering a number of attractions, including historical sites, hiking trails, shops, museums, and restaurants, you'll never want to leave these charming Tennessee towns.
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The Most Charming Flea Market In Tennessee
If you love to shop, then the 52,000 square feet of vendor space at Miss Lucille's Marketplace in Clarksville is right up your alley. Featuring hundreds of booths selling everything from handmade gift items, antiques, farmhouse style décor, tasty food, and more, Miss Lucille's Marketplace is a high-end, boutique flea market filled with bargains galore. We can almost guarantee you won't leave this massive treasure trove empty-handed!
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The Magical Train Ride In Tennessee
For the most scenic train loop in Tennessee, try the Hiwassee Loop Train Excursion offered by the Tennessee Valley Railroad. This train ride winds through the magical countryside of the lower Hiwassee River Gorge. It's a beautiful journey in any season, and an experience you'll remember for years to come.
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One Of The Most Unique Museums In Tennessee
From the Museum of Salt & Pepper Shakers to the Museum of True Crime and almost everything in between, Tennessee is home to some of the most unique museums in the world. And one of them is the Titanic Museum, a half-size replica of the famous ship and its equally infamous iceberg. When the two met in April of 1912 in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the result was tragic: the unsinkable Titanic sank. Of course, that happened nowhere near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, but that didn't stop the creators of this epic museum.
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The Must Visit Amish Store In Tennessee
With a reputation for excellence in quality and service, The Feed Mill is an Amish Country Market that you'll want to visit in Nolensville, Tennessee. With award winning breakfast sandwiches, delicious chicken salad for lunch, baked goods, fresh produce, furniture, and so much more, this Amish country store sells something for everyone.
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