Historic Buildings & Sites
On the ancient grounds of Chucalissa, one can imagine the Native American settlement that once called Tennessee home. Climb the front steps of the Hermitage and be transported to the days of Andrew Jackson. Feel the magnitude of the Manhattan Project: Visit Oak Ridge and the Graphite Reactor at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Tennessee boasts a long and colorful history--one best told in the numerous historic sites and buildings spread across the state. Visit Sun Records; stand within the same walls that heard the first recordings of Elvis and Johnny Cash. Grab a bite to eat at Hoskins Drug Store and be sure to treat yourself to a refreshment from the old-fashioned 1940s soda fountain. Take a day to explore Tennessee's first school, founded by Sam Houston, or school yourself in the history of the Scopes Trial with a visit to the Rhea County Courthouse.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park
Point Park commemorates the soldiers who fought in the 1863 Civil War battles for Chattanooga. The battlefields of Orchard Knob, Lookout Mountain and portions of Missionary Ridge are all components of the National Park. ...more
Chucalissa Archaeological Museum
Visit this prehistoric Native American archaeological site dating to the 15th-century with a museum, gift shop, nature trail and picnic area. See the remnants of the Indians that once flourished along the eastern shore of the Mississippi River. ...more
CJ's Off the Square
Williamson County Weddings & Events, a full-service event company based in Historic Downtown Franklin, Tennessee, delights in designing & coordinating events, or in assisting you any way we can. We have a delightful custom print division and charming event venue, CJ's Off the Square. ...more
Cleveland Downtown Historic Walking Tour
This self-guided walking tour allows you to personally experience downtown Cleveland's unique history. Enjoy charming shops and eateries located along the tour route. ...more