The historic Casey Jones Village in Jackson, Tennessee pulls out all the stops around the holidays.
Watch the new documentary, For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville, in its entirety on ABC.com.
Take a trip to the Hands On! Museum in Johnson City as they celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2013.
Heritage breed farm animals are on display at the Nashville Zoo to teach visitors more about their role in agriculture.
Farm-based Bed-and-Breakfasts across the state offer rural relaxation.
Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area celebrates 50 years in 2013.
Delight in Tennessee’s original candy creation at the new Goo Goo Cluster retail store at Fontanel mansion.
Tennessee State Parks unveiled a new campground reservation system, making it easier for visitors to plan their camping trips.
Overflowing with gorgeous color and landscaping, the 96-acre property at Memphis Botanic Garden, located right next to the University of Memphis, dazzles visitors with 28 specialty gardens, providing an in-depth look at a variety of flowers, plants and trees.
Here are a few places that offer ziplining in Tennessee.
Ziplining destinations across the state provide an adventure in Tennessee’s backyard.
Linden, in Perry County, creates colorful art and restores historic hotel to draw new visitors.
Take a spring staycation with this guide to some of our favorite attractions along Tennessee’s Trails and Byways.
housands of lights, hand-lit luminaries and decorations adorn Chickasaw State Park with holiday cheer Dec. 10-12.
A journey along Tennessee’s Trails & Byways offers an ideal way to try some of the best eateries, from burgers to barbecue to down-home cooking.
Check out our video of zip lining at AdventureWorks in Kingston Springs, Tennessee.
The term “field trip” certainly lives up to its name at Gentry’s Farm in Franklin.
Rock Island’s natural beauty takes the cake when it comes to attracting visitors.
Perched between the Doe River and the steep slopes of the Appalachian Mountains in East Tennessee, Roan Mountain Bed and Breakfast is an idyllic getaway.
If it’s been a while since you visited the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, it’s time to rediscover the cultural gem.
In a peaceful clearing on the spacious grounds of Ellington Agriculture Center in Nashville, irises of more than a hundred varieties and colors pop up from the ground every spring.
Located in Primm Springs, about 45 minutes southwest of Nashville, Iris City Gardens grows a variety of species of irises and open their gardens to the public each spring.
What do Dee’s Roadkill Café, the Curl Up and Dye Salon, sailplanes and horse-drawn buggies have in common? They’re some of the charming sites that drivers find on U.S. Highway 411.
The scenic rural valley of Red Boiling Springs became famous for its natural mineral waters. Its three remaining historic hotels offer a peaceful glimpse of the town’s resort history.
See hollies en masse at the University of Tennessee Arboretum in Oak Ridge. The Elmore Holly Collection at the UT Arboretum is a research and display garden of more than 200 cultivars of the genus Ilex.
The Fontanel, former home of country music mega-star Barbara Mandrell, recently opened as an events venue and tourist destination.
When most of us think about our backyards, decks, swing sets and flower beds come to mind. When Cathy Barnett thinks about their backyard, she’s thinking old-timey barbershops, antique cars and a train depot. Welcome to Pecan Grove Bed and Breakfast (formerly known as Our Backyard Town) in Martin, one of Tennessee’s most fascinating, one-of-a-kind…
Celebrate Elvis’ Jan. 8 birthday in style by shopping at Lansky Brothers, located in downtown Memphis in the lobby of The Peabody Hotel.
It’s the longest-running live radio show in history. It’s the show that made country music famous. It’s the Grand Ole Opry, and it’s been a Nashville legend since the 1920s.
A visit to Shelbyville, TN, the Walking Horse Capital, is big on small-town charm.
Quilt barns brighten up the hollows of Tennessee this season
Visit this Middle Tennessee spot for antebellum homes, fun festivals and unique dining.
Kingsport’s Netherland Inn hosted all three presidents from Tennessee.
After taking a bald eagle tour at Reelfoot Lake in February 1993, Nancy Moore realized a life-change was in order.
Find history, good eats and fun for the whole family in Rutherford County, Tennessee.
Tennessee has more caves than any other state.
Guests at the Byrn-Roberts Inn stay in rooms that are a study in quiet indulgence, with nooks and sitting places geared to rest and reflection.
History was made on the property that is now Lylewood Inn in Indian Mound.
The handy Tennessee guidebook Day Trips From Nashville has all the traditional favorites, from Rock City to Mammoth Cave, but also manages to throw in a few off-the-beaten-path surprises.
A 30-foot-tall basketball graces the entrance to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.