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Waterfall hikes, cozy B&B’s and a wealth of history can all be found in Rugby, Tennessee, a small town tucked away in the Upper Cumberland.
Historic Jonesborough is a picture-perfect Northeast Tennessee haven.
Tennessee is home to famous African American writers, music legends, and talented photographers. Learn their stories within our borders.
Nicknamed "Tennessee's Oldest Town," Jonesborough was founded in 1779 when Tennessee was still claimed by North Carolina.
Here are a few can't-miss points along this iconic trail that drew the early settlers to the Volunteer State.
The King of Bluegrass, waterfalls and lore can be found in the rolling hill country of Hancock County.
Looking for an easy afternoon getaway a few minutes from Music City? Here's how to spend a day in Murfreesboro.
Few places in the country can claim such a rich concentration of historical events.
The Sunny Side Trail traces country music’s roots from the backwoods to Main Street, with local eats and tales of history along the way.
Fall trip ideas for music lovers.
How my trip to Tennessee caused me to fall in love with music all over again.
The ghosts of Tennessee have tales to tell
How to have the most budget-friendly fun in Knoxville
Tennessee pulls the curtain back on this piece of history through preserved battlefields, plantation homes and visual storytelling.
Travel to Tennessee for a hauntingly good time that can only be Made in Tennessee.
Hear the stories of foot soldiers and learn the history of Tennessee’s role in the Civil Rights Movement.
If you're looking for laid back, authentic hospitality, these small towns fit the bill.
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