Have a yen for the eclectic? An interest in the eccentricities of life? Our surprises come in an assortment of sizes, from unbelievably large to incredibly small. Tennessee has your curiosity covered!
Put Tennessee through the paces. We will more than measure up! See caves with amazing features, museums with over-the-top collections, halls of fame with much to marvel over. Our tours will take you places you have never been before. Taste our food and come away with a whole new definition of delicious. Tennessee--you have never seen, heard, or done anything like this before!
The Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map
Spectacular, three-dimensional electronic battle map presentation of Chattanooga's Civil War history, featuring 5,000 miniature soldiers, 650 lights, sound effects and exceptional detail of the major battle of November 1863. Gift shop. ...more
The Lost Sea
Take a boat ride on the Lost Sea, a unique natural wonder which is listed as "America's Largest Underground Lake" in the Guinness Book of World Records. Lost Sea has been designated a Registered Natural Landmark by the U. ...more
This is the world's only full-size replica of the ancient Greek temple. It houses the tallest indoor sculpture in the western world, a statue of Athena, ancient goddess of wisdom and learning, the deity for whom the original Parthenon was erected. ...more
The Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum & Smoky Mountain Spices
The only Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum in the world with over 20,000 shakers and growing. Take home spices and whimsical shakers. ...more
Time Warp Tea Room
Amidst the melange of motorcycle memorabilia and an antiques decor, Time Warp Tea Room offers a wide selection of gourmet coffee beverages, tea, chai, hot chocolate and smoothies. Enjoy a bagel or pastry; homemade cookies, tea cakes, and brownies are also scrumptious. ...more
Titanic Museum Attraction
Titanic will Kick-off the 2013 Holiday Season with a Spectacular Fireworks Display Thanksgiving Evening, November 28, 2013 at 7:30pm. This ultimate, PERMANENT Titanic exhibit features the world’s largest collection of rare and personal artifacts. ...more
U.S. Post Office
Built in 1938 by WPA workings, the building is of Neo-Georgian design. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it contains a famous mural, "Autumn," painted by government-commissioned artist Marguerite Zorach. ...more