Tennessee has a lot to offer, with both urban destinations and natural beauty.
Starting in the southwest corner of Tennessee with Memphis, the Home of the Blues. Memphis is all about live music and music history. You can visit Elvis’ home at Graceland, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music and of course, Beale Street, where live music pours into the streets. Nashville, on the other hand, is the country music capital of the world. Much like Memphis, live music is the name of the game in Nashville, from the Grand Old Opry to honky-tonk bars along Broadway Street. In addition to lively music scenes, both cities are known for serving up amazing southern soul food with a side of southern hospitality. Eastern Tennessee is home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and tourist towns like Chattanooga and Pigeon Forge have been hosting summer family vacations for decades.