All aboard! Once a bustling travel hub, Bristol Train Station--the venue through which Bristol received news, mail, goods and new residents--has been meticulously restored to its original grandeur, a centerpiece of downtown revitalization. Track the depot
Well-preserved Leipers Fork area has Tennessee's largest concentration of Land Trust-protected family farms, close to Natchez Trace Parkway, an ancient trail over 400 miles long. Catch the sustainable spirit of Leipers Fork
Trains and teapots Trenton was originally known as Gibson-Port, the depot area a site of a Civil War skirmish. Let the world's largest collection of teapots amaze you
Tennessee's heritage towns ring with robust tradition, character and charm--each town offering its own unique influence to Tennessee's vibrant history. Immerse yourself in the people and events that shaped the state with a visit to our many extraordinary destinations.
Head for Coker Creek; discover the natural and cultural heritage of this perfectly preserved mountain town. Meet up with friends in one of the historical taverns found in Dandridge, or go for a stroll along the bricked sidewalks of Greeneville's historic district. Jonesborough, Tennessee's oldest town, is beautifully restored and provides the perfect destination for an afternoon of shopping or an evening with the family.
Explore the historic districts, head for the town square or visit some of the local artisans. Boasting histories that have only grown richer with time, Tennessee's heritage towns are a "must do" on any travel list.