More and more travelers are looking for ways to see new places while still respecting the land and traditions of places they travel. We've made it easier for you by compiling this directory of places to stay, eat and have fun while still helping us preserve the best of Tennessee.
The businesses, events and attractions listed here all are working to take better care of the natural resources, the history, and the culture that make Tennessee such a great place to live or to visit.
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
Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial & Nature Center
Located in the largest urban park in Tipton County, the museum is a tribute to military history, environmental education and historical preservation. ...more
This historic home of former Tennessee Governor William Trousdale was built around 1813 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house contains original Trousdale furniture and a small Confederate library. ...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
Unicoi County Heritage Museum
The museum is located in Clinchfield with a 101-year-old frame house. Turn-of-the-century items include Blue Ridge and Cash pottery, country store exhibits and railroad memorabilia. ...more
W.C. Handy House Museum
William Christopher Handy known as the “Father of the Blues” was born in 1873 in Florence, Alabama in a log cabin built by his grandfather. Growing up, he received lessons on the cornet in the local barber shop. ...more
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