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Nursery Capital of the World

McMinnville (Warren County), home to more than 300 nurseries, is known as the Nursery Capital of the world.

Cookeville Depot Museum

Originally built in 1909, the Cookeville Depot Museum in Putnam County is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and is the heart of Cookeville's historic Westside District.

Cordell Hull Law Office - Clay County Museum of History

Clay County Museum of  history features artifacts of Celina, an historic river town, and permanent river history exhibits.

Amonett House

Believed to be the oldest dwelling still standing in Pickett County, the Amonett house in Byrdstown was built  around 1830.

Sgt. Alvin C. York Grist Mill

The historic park in Pall Mall (Fentress County) includes the York family farm and the grist mill Alvin C. York operated for many years on the banks of the Wolf River.

Walton Hotel

Built around 1904 and recently renovated, Walton Hotel & Restaurant in Carthage (Smith County) is again open for business for overnight guests and daily diners.

Cordell Hull Bridge

The Cordell Hull Brifge in Carthage (Smith County) was named for former U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull who once lived in Carthage. The bridge was closed for repairs in 2007 and is scheduled to reopen in 2013.

Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls (Van Buren County)  is  the highest free-fall waterfall east of the Mississippi River.

Lost Creek Cave

Lost Creek Cave in White County opens from a sinkhole near a 60-foot waterfall and features another waterfall inside. The main cavern stretches to a width of 60 feet and a height of more than 80 feet.

Pickett State Park

Dramatic sandstone cliffs, stone arches, rock shelters and rushing mountain streams make Pickett State Park in Pickett County a scenic wonderland.

Red Barn Winery

This scenic vineyard in Lafayette is the first in Macon County to become an Agricultural Farm Winery.

Cyclemos Motorcyle Museum

Many rare and vintage motorcycles in the only motorcycle museum in Tennessee. Located in Red Boiling Springs, Macon County.

Granville Marina and Resort

Granville Marina in Jackson County, a quiet and serene getaway with cabins, campgrounds, fishing and boating available year 'round.

Smithville Fiddler's Jamboree

Attendees  at this annual event in Dekalb County are estimated to be well over 100,000 from all over the U.S., and many from abroad.

Cummins Falls State Park

Cummins Falls in Jackson County was officially dedicated as Tennessee's 54th state park  May 2012.

Standing Stone State Park

Standing Stone State Park takes its name from the Standing Stone, a twelve-foot tall rock standing upright on a sandstone ledge, which was supposedly used as a boundary line between two separate Indian nations.

Golf Capital of Tennessee

There are 10 well designed and maintained golf courses in Crossville (Cumberland County);  this past year over half-a-million rounds of golf were played.

Burgess Falls State Park

Burgess Falls State Park in Putnam County  is situated around a steep gorge in which the Falling Water River drops 250 feet (76 m) in elevation in less than a mile, culminating in a 136-foot (41 m) cataract waterfall.

Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls in Cannon County is a top location for bird watching in Tennessee.


Readyville Mill

Historic Readyville Mill in Cannon County, built  in 1812, has been brought back to life after once being burned to the ground after the American Civil War. It is privately owned and open to the public for breakfast and self-guided tours on Saturdays.