Tennessee November 22, 2016
The Ultimate And Definitive Bucket List For Everyone In Tennessee
Nashville is known as a place of adventure and fun – a neat place for locals to continuously explore, and a consistent notch on the bucket list for tourists. Since there are so many folks looking to enjoy our pretty state, we decided it was
probably necessary to pull together a solid bucket list. You ready for a Volunteer State adventure? Good. Because we have a great one planned for you.
16. Visit the world-famous Lost Sea.
As one of the most extensive underground bodies of water in the world, this is definitely a visit you don't want to escape you.
15. Enjoy a moment on Chattanooga's Riverwalk.
One of the most peaceful spots in a stunning southern Tennessee city, this is prime for a romantic walk.
14. Walk historic Franklin, Tennessee.
A darling downtown with scads of shops and sweet people, this is the tree-lined Tennessee street you've been dreaming of.
13. Take a tour at the Jack Daniel's Distillery.
Tours are free, but the whiskey costs money. Just a heads up.
12. Drive Newfound Gap Road.
A southern scenic route is always a good decision, but in the fall? Positively killer. Head on over while you still can!
11. Take a short drive to Clingman's Dome.
The highest point in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park is a place most deserving of your attention.
10. Visit Cheekwood.
This Nashville mansion and grounds play host to multiple art exhibits throughout the year. Make sure to check their seasonal offerings!
9. Find yourself in awe with a visit to Cades Cove.
Cades Cove, known to many as one of the most beautiful places in East Tennessee, is wildly popular amongst the outdoorsy types.
8. Search for a fun local festival.
There are quite a few going on across the state, and they are always a solid experience.
7. Find a local farmers market.
Buy local and meet Tennessee-based farmers. This is one of our favorite ways to connect with locals, and it's neat to really get to know our great folk.
6. Take a peaceful moment at Roan Mountain.
HELLO, gorgeous rhododendrons!
5. Calm down at the Memphis Riverfront.
You may want to visit Memphis for Beale Street, but it's down on the riverfront that you'll truly enjoy the muddy river.
4. Drive the Natchez Trace.
With over four hundred miles stretching from Tennessee to Mississippi, this is the perfect drive paired with a cup of coffee.
3. Wait in line for a show at The Bluebird Café.
Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift made their start here, and there are many more, lesser known songwriters who penned your favorite radio hits, all waiting in the wings to display their talent.
2. Go antiquing in Nolensville.
YES. Get a fried Amish pie and get yourself a solid piece of antique furniture in Nolensville - it's worth it.
1. Take a drive down "The Dragon."
Known around the world as one of the most twisted roads for thrill seekers, you'll hit hundreds of curves in hardly 11 miles. That's insane.
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