Top Places to Visit in Tennessee

Top Places to Visit in Tennessee

From music lovers to history buffs and outdoors enthusiasts, Tennessee’s appeal hits all sorts of travelers, thanks to its incredible diversity of attractions. It’s home to vibrant cities, charming towns, ritzy live venues, historical landmarks, and jaw-dropping natural spots, worthy of being added to your travel wishlist. Adding the deep-rooted culture and … Read more

Backpacking in Tennessee

Backpacking in Tennessee

In the past ten years (or so), Tennessee has certainly grown in a unique way. What used to be a glimpse of the Southern lifestyle and country music scene has turned into a sprawling state full of cultural attractions, fitness clubs, and a diverse array of eateries. All this development means there’s … Read more

Casey Jones Village

Casey Jones Village

Casey Jones Village is a great whistle-stop between Memphis and Nashville. It is located in 56 Casey Jones Lane, Jackson, TN. It is just seconds off Interstate 40 in Jackson, Tennessee. You can dine-in here, take-out some foods, buy some gifts, and visit the Railroad Museum. Casey Jones Casey Jones was an … Read more

Rizzo’s by Michael Patrick – A Memphis Original

Rizzos by Michael Patrick Entrance

Rizzo’s by Michael Patrick was originally an eight-table, 32-seat dining room that opened in October 2011 in a small downtown space. But it has now grown into its new and larger location in the Historic South Main Arts District under Chef Michael’s leadership.     The new space was designed by Ann … Read more

Stax Museum of American Soul Music

Stax Museum of American Soul Music

The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is located at 926 East McLemore Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee. It is the former location of Stax Records which is an American record label based in Memphis.The record label was influential in creating Southern soul and Memphis soul music. They have also released blues, funk, and … Read more

National Civil Rights Museum

National Civil Rights Museum Sign

The National Civil Rights Museum is a compound of museums and historic buildings located in Memphis, Tennessee. It is noted as one of the nation’s premier heritage and cultural museums. It has a mission to share the culture and lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement and as well as explore how … Read more

Central BBQ – Great Memphis BBQ

Central BBQ Entrance

Central BBQ has been ranked as the number one spot for barbeque in Memphis. The restaurant was founded by Craig Blondis and Roger Sapp who met on the barbeque circuit in the mid-80s. They have competed in Memphis in May’s World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and many local and regional BBQ competitions. … Read more

Belmont Mansion

Belmont Mansion

Belmont Mansion or also known as Acklen Hall is a historic mansion in Nashville, Tennessee. It was originally known as Belle Monte, Belle Mont, or Belmont. This mansion was built between the years 1849 and 1853 by Joseph and Adelicia Acklen to serve as the center of their 180-acre summer estate. Through … Read more

Johnny Cash Museum

Johnny Cash Museum

The Johnny Cash Museum is a museum in Nashville thatfeatures the most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cashitems and mementos in the world. It was opened in April 2013 to honor the life and music of the country superstar that was often referred to as the “Man in Black”. It is an 18,000 … Read more

B.B. King’s Blues Club

BB KING Sign Beale Street

B.B. King’s Blues Club is a restaurant, bar, and live music club in the USA. It has a rich southern heritage of soulful blues, classic soul, and rock and roll that will entertain you while enjoying their delicious ribs and other southern foods. When you visit this club, you will be able … Read more

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

Andrew Jackson Tomb

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage or more popularly known as The Hermitage is a historical plantation and museum that is located in Davidson County, Tennessee. It is 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. It is the home of the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, from 1804 until he died at the … Read more