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AT&T Building

AT&T Building
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37201
The AT&T Building is the tallest building in Tennessee. It's two tall spires have resulted in it being nicknamed "The Batman Building." The decorative bridge of the structure was designed to resemble a telephone receiver sitting in its cradle.

Bell Witch Cave

Bell Witch Cave
Adams, Robertson County, Tennessee
Visitors to the cave have reported seeing strange apparitions and hearing unexplained sounds. Many believe the Bell Witch Ghost now lives in the cave.

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37243
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is an state park in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The park was opened on June 1, 1996, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the establishment of Tennessee’s statehood.

Blues Hall of Fame Museum

Blues Hall of Fame Museum
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
The Blues Hall of Fame is a music museum in Memphis, Tennessee. It honors those who have performed, recorded, or documented blues. The building for the hall opened to the public on May 8, 2015.

Bridgestone Arena

Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37203
Bridgestone Arena is a multi-purpose venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Completed in 1996, it is the home of the Nashville Predators of the National Hockey League.

Cades Cove

Cades Cove
Tennessee
Cades Cove is an isolated valley located in the Tennessee section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The valley was home to numerous settlers before the formation of the national park.

Carter House

Carter House
Franklin, Tennessee, 37064
The Carter House State Historic Site is a historic house at 1140 Columbia Avenue in Franklin, Tennessee. In that house, the Carter family hid in the basement waiting for the second Battle of Franklin to end.

Country Music Hall of Fame Museum

Country Music Hall of Fame Museum
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee
The building of the Country Music Hall of Fame forms a massive bass clef from above and the front windows resemble piano keys.

Dollywood

Dollywood
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 37863
Dollywood is a theme park jointly owned by entertainer Dolly Parton and Herschend Family Entertainment. It is located in the Knoxville-Smoky Mountains metroplex in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Dollywood is the biggest "ticketed" tourist attraction in Tennesse

Frist Art Museum

Frist Art Museum
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37203
The Frist Art Museum is an art exhibition hall in Nashville, Tennessee, housed in the city's historic U.S. Post Office building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Graceland

Graceland
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38116
Graceland is a mansion on a 13.8-acre (5.6 ha) estate in Memphis, Tennessee that was home to Elvis Presley. It has become one of the most-visited private homes in America with over 650,000 visitors a year, only behind the White House.

Lane Motor Museum

Lane Motor Museum
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37210
Lane Motor Museum features a collection of mostly European automobiles. Founded by Jeff and Susan Lane, his father founded the family's automotive extrusion business, L&L Products in Romeo, Michigan in 1958.

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38104
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is an art museum in Memphis, Tennessee. The Brooks Museum, which was founded in 1916, is the oldest and largest art museum in the state of Tennessee.

Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum

Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum is a music museum in Memphis, Tennessee. The museum tells the critical story of the musical pioneers who overcame racial and socio-economic obstacles to create the music that changed the cultural complexion of the worl

Memphis Zoo

Memphis Zoo
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38112
The Memphis Zoo, located in Midtown, Memphis, Tennessee, is home to more than 3,500 animals representing over 500 different species.

Mud Island

Mud Island
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
Mud Island includes a museum, restaurants, an amphitheater, and a residential area. It is accessible by the Memphis Suspension Railway (a monorail), by foot (via a footbridge located on top of the monorail), kayak, paddle board, or automobile.

National Civil Rights Museum

National Civil Rights Museum
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
The National Civil Rights Museum is a complex of museums and historic buildings in Memphis, Tennessee; its exhibits trace the history of the civil rights movement in the United States from the 17th century to the present.

Ober Gatlinburg

Ober Gatlinburg
Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee, 37738
Ober Gatlinburg is an amusement park and ski area, located in the mountains overlooking Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Established in 1962, the area contains a large mall with indoor amusements, a skating rink, snack bars, a full-service lounge, and restaurant.

Orpheum Theatre

Orpheum Theatre
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
The Orpheum Theatre, a 2,308-seat venue, is located in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. Since 1977, the Orpheum has been the Mid-South home of touring Broadway productions.

Parthenon

Parthenon
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37203
The Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.

Peabody Hotel

Peabody Hotel
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38103
This Italian Renaissance building is famous for its well-known permanent residents, the Peabody Ducks. Each day, the ducks are marched from their penthouse to the fountain in the hotel's lobby.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37201
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is a concert hall in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The center formally opened on September 9, 2006, and it is a prominent example of 21st century New Classical architecture.

Stax Museum of American Soul Music

Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 38126
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a museum located in Memphis, Tennessee, the former location of Stax Records. It is operated by the Soulsville Foundation, which also operates the adjacent Stax Music Academy and The Soulsville Charter School.

Tennessee Aquarium

Tennessee Aquarium
Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37402
The Tennessee Aquarium is a non-profit public aquarium located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It opened in 1992 on the banks of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, with a major expansion added in 2005.

Tennessee State Capitol

Tennessee State Capitol
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37243
The cornerstone for the building was laid on July 4, 1845, and construction finished in 1859. The Capitol was designed by noted architect William Strickland, who is buried in the North Wing.

Tennessee State Museum

Tennessee State Museum
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, 37208
The Tennessee State Museum is a large museum in Nashville depicting the history of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The current facility opened on October 4, 2018.

Tennessee

Tennessee State Flag
Postal Code: TN
Capital City: Nashville
Became a State: June 1, 1796
Population: 6,600,299*
Area: 42,144.25 miles2 (109,153.72 km2)

* 2015 est. U.S. Census Bureau
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Top 10 Most Popular Tennessee Landmarks

  1. Bell Witch Cave
  2. Graceland
  3. Dollywood
  4. AT&T Building
  5. Tennessee State Capitol
  6. Tennessee Aquarium
  7. Cades Cove
  8. Peabody Hotel
  9. Carter House
  10. Tennessee State Museum

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