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Elvis Presley Graceland VIP Tour
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National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel
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Ryman Auditorium Nashville
Very interesting tour of the Ryman, with so much history, it's also a beautifully preserved site and it continues to be a favourite of great figures in music in recognition of its place in music history.
Great night great music great venue well worth a visit , really close to the stage awesome views in walking distance of Broadway loads of bars and restaurants nearby
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Graceland Memphis
... the auto museum if you're a car lover (make sure to buy the ticket that includes that), very professional iPad tour allows for a self-paced visit, decent on-site food options, lots of great gifts to buy on-site.
There are separate exhibits or whole buildings to view Elvis's military service and read letters, etc; check out his gorgeous collection of cars and motorized toys and watch home movies and hear family memories; s...
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If you are an American history enthusiast, and if you enjoy site-seeing, antiquing, and very friendly people, I would highly recommend a trip to Franklin Tennessee!
Stumbled upon the tour of this historic site, and our tour guide, Robert, did an outstanding job of taking us through the Lotz House.
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The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where MLK was assassinated, is both an excellent historic site (the room he died in has been faithfully preserved) but also an exceptionally rich and educati...
A terrific museum, constructed in the Lorraine Hotel and the opposite buildings, historical sites for the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
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Sobering is the view across the landing cemetery at the Tennessee River and seeing how large the river is that afforded Gen. Grant fast transport of Union troops deep into the South following the fall of Fort Done...
What an amazing and sobering sight to see! I've been to a number of Civil War battlefields, and this one is probably the most pristine sights that has kept as close to its 1862 appearance as it can (no urban spraw...
Having the blessing of an amazing tour guide, in each of the three visits, really enhances one's openness to appreciating the natural beauty of landmarks like this and encourages communion with nature itself.
Highly recommended!! Plus, we took our three year old gem mining there, which he absolutely adored, and while you pan you have a breath-taking view off of Lookout Mountain.
Sun Studio Memphis
From a small soda fountain / memorabilia shop you are lead up steep stairs to view artifacts from Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Studio that courted individuals like B.B. King, Ike Turner, Howlin' Wolfe, Jerry Le...
Our guide was fantastic, very knowledgeable and passionate about the site, the artists and of course the great man Sam phillips.
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Newfound Gap Gatlinburg
Some of the nicest views of the Smokies are along the road from Sugarlands Visitor Center to Newfound Gap - Laurel Falls, Alum Cave Bluffs, Chimney Tops.
New Found Gap is by far the best view in the Smokey Mountains - A perfect place to take a picture to create a memory that will last forever.
Beautiful & Reverent Gorgeous Architecture The sweeping view from the top of the cemetery hill is awe inspiring
Great views of the mountains and perhaps one of the most beautiful National Cemeteries I have seen.
From dense wooded areas with streams and waterfalls to views through the valleys and then from the top overlooking your surroundings, a nature lover's picture book dream come true
Take the Gatlinburg Scenic Bypass and be rewarded with two different pullovers that provide an outstanding view of downtown Gatlinburg and surrounding areas such as Mount LeConte.
Beautiful grounds, great hiking (13,000 acres), lovely views, and perfection away from urban life.
Take the drive down Tennessee Ave to the end to see the large war memorial cross and the spectacular view out over the Pelham Valley.
Little River Road Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The nearly twenty mile drive from the NP Visitor's Center near Gatlinburg on US 441 towards Cades Cove and Townsend, TN is a spectacular constant view of the Little River as it winds, splashes, crashes, and hurrie...
Little River road is one of those roads that meanders through the mountains offering breath taking views around every bend.
Newfound Gap Road Great Smoky Mountains National Park
... through The Great Smoky Mountains Nat’l Park using Newfound Gap Road, Newfound Gap with the memorial to JD Rockefeller’s mom and the people of Tennessee and North Carolina was interesting and had gorgeous views
At this site is the Rockefeller Memorial as well -- a stone structure with a placque -- which is the site where FDR had formally dedicated the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on September 2nd, 1940 AD.
Carnton Franklin
We greatly enjoyed our tour of Carnton House (given by Brad), as well our tour at the sister site, Carter House, where we also had a wonderful tour guide.
Enjoyed tour, excellent guide, gave opportunities to ask questions and shared lots of details about family history, battle sites, Civil War generals, soldiers, pointed out blood stains on floor and etc. Cost of to...
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Stopping to soak in the beautiful views along Foothills Parkway and take in a few last deep breaths of the refreshing mountain air is our favorite way to leave our treasured visits to the Great Smoky Mountains.
Great scenic pull offs and Look Rock at the top is a great place to hike to (1/2 mile) up a paved trail to a tower with awesome views.
Carter House Franklin
We took Brad's tour of the house and battlefield and found it one of the most thoughtful and informative tours of a Civil War site.
I have taken battlefield tours at many Civil War and Revolutionary War sites and this was by far the best.
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Walnut Street Bridge Chattanooga
Great view and there are several yummy restaurants on one end (see TripAdvisor for recommendations) and the museum of art and a super cool hands-on Kid's museum on the other!
Soak up the views on your walk, beautiful wooden bridge with steel superstructure, spectacular views of downtown and the river with boats, kayakers and paddle boarders, even a duck boat tour.
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Humbling site to see! Love that the McGavock family created a final resting place for the lives lost during the Battle of Franklin.
This is one of the most interesting civil war sites I have ever visited.
Walnut Street Bridge Chattanooga
The walking bridge in the heart of Chattanooga over the Tennessee River features splendid views, benches, signs with historical facts, an occasional musician, great exercise venue and olden day charm.
Brilliant to have this bridge just for pedestrians - very enjoyable to walk across this amazing structure and enjoy the view over the city - and - of course - the Tennessee River!!
Excellent Historical Site For Learning About America's Civil War - Great Museum and Battlefield Exhibits
tons of areas to walk, bicycle... Breathtaking views and very rich history of the battle.
The cemetery is a beautiful and poignant site overlooking Pittsburg Landing on the Tennessee River.
The view overlooking the river is beautiful such a wonderful place for the many lost souls to be laid to rest!
Lookout Mountain Chattanooga
... hikes, this park affords incredible views, amazing rock outcrops, a little museum, the Craven House Historic Site, monuments, and detailed plaques about the Civil War battles here and in the surrounding area.
An amazing place, immersed in the green, with beautiful paths, bridges, arches, boulders, flowers, all kind of trees and plants and a stunning promontory with beautiful falls and a view over 7 states!
The mansion is beautiful in every way and very elegant.The history of the site is also educational and fun to hear from the excellent tour guides.
This is a perfect visit for a historic view of the South, with wonderfully preserved architecture throughout the property.
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If you like trains, they have a couple to view and enter.
Site seeing
You can bring a picnic since the area has a wide grassy area with the view of the river.
The artwork and craftmanship is a site to behold.
Downtown historic Franklin is the absolute creme de la creme in small-town shopping, dining, sight-seeing, antiquing, theater-going, Civil war history sites, and an all-around fantastic area to walk up and down st...
... old-fashioned storefronts it is a Norman Rockwell like downtown full of friendly people, interesting stores to browse, a variety of restaurants, a theater with movies and live productions, and historical sites.
The museum sits on the site of the former Stax Records, founded by Jim Stewart and Estelle Axton in 1957, and launched the careers of such greats as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Booker T. & the MG's and Isaac Hay...
Impressed by the couple who started it and the amazing relationships of the musicians of all backgrounds especially in view of the times.
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Every turn brings a different view from pastoral to mountain to military.
Only a donation to view.
AutoZone Park Memphis
Awesome views, great food, and lots of fun for everyone!
Great site lines, comfortable seats and fun food at a very reasonable price.