Tennessee Tourism

In Tennessee, we mean it when we say, “We’re playing your song.” No matter the reason for your travel, whether for relaxation, outdoor adventure, great music or a history lesson, we have it all right here. And we mean everything is here—including the big city lights of Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga and Knoxville, to small town squares, to gorgeous mountain cliffs and dazzling waterfalls, and the world’s best-selling whiskey at Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg.

From the Mississippi River to the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee is home to international attractions including Elvis Presley's Graceland, Dollywood, the Grand Ole Opry, the National Civil Rights Museum, the Tennessee Aquarium, Beale Street, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and even the Chattanooga Choo Choo.

            
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Web: http://deep-south-usa.com

Tel: 01462 440787

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Grand Reopening of the National Civil Rights Museum In Memphis, Tennessee
The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, will emerge from a major renovation on Friday 4th April.

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The New Memphis Hop Bus Service
The Memphis Hop Bus Service started beginning of May and provides tourists with quick and easy transportation to the best of the city's cultural attractions.

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The New Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville is Now Open!
The Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville celebrated its grand opening on 30 May and has culminated into an amazing celebration of The Man in Black. Located at 119 Third Avenue South the museum is en route between the tourist circulated Broadway strip and the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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