Make the most of the upcoming season. Get the family together for a farm visit, a country drive filled with trees bursting with color or a hike to beautiful views and waterfalls. Fall in love with Tennessee for the first time, or all over again this autumn.
Lace up your shoes and hit the trails to see waterfalls, stunning overlooks and peaceful, tucked away natural areas. Kayak on one of the many waterways that snake through the state. Rock climb, hang glide, horseback ride. Choose how you adventure in Tennessee.
It's time to go on that road trip you always wanted to plan. On Tennessee's roads through rural areas, bustling small towns and world-class cities, you'll enjoy a wide variety of culture, tradition and hospitality. Mom and pop shops, boutiques, museums and photo-op worthy stops are just a scenic drive away.
Tennessee's past is told through historic homes, museums and walking tours. Native American history, women's suffrage, stories of the Civil Rights Movement and more are preserved for future generations. Presidents, sports icons, pioneers and music legends are all celebrated in Tennessee.
We developed the first scenic viewers designed to help alleviate red-green color deficiency. This technology not only allows people with red-green color deficiency to enjoy the beauty of fall, but it also helps them see all the vivid colors that adorn the state’s landscape year-round. These scenic viewers are located in some of Tennessee’s most picturesque locations, so visitors can experience the best fall foliage the state has to offer.
Hidden bars are loved in Tennessee for their lowkey atmosphere, craft cocktails and live music. Access them by nondescript staircases, passwords and openings in walls. Take a seat in a plush armchair, order your favorite drink and soak in the elegance of a speakeasy bar.
From five-star dining at a picturesque farm in the Smokies to downtown retro digs with global cuisine, these hotels are just as diverse as the state itself. photo credit: @ brittany.neely