Tennessee is home to many natural and human-made wonders. From underground caverns, deep gorges, and a tiny recording studio that gave birth to rock ‘n’ roll, to the oldest still-operating distillery and the only zorbing park in the United States, here are some of the more unique tourist destinations in the Volunteer State.
The state stretches from the Mississippi River in the west to the Smoky Mountains in the east. It touches more borders than any other Southern state, which gives you an idea of how much there is to explore. You’ll need someplace to stay when visiting these special places, so no worries: we’ve included some choice nearby accommodations for each entry on this list!
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