Tennessee, renowned for its rich culture, offers a plethora of attractions to visitors with different interests. Tennessee has a lot to offer in entertainment for the different kind of visitors, visiting the state every year. Museums, natural history, adventure rides and other family recreational stops, make this place a tourist’s delight. There are both natural and manmade wonders in Tennessee that takes your breath away. You can hire a cheap rental and visit Tennessee’s local gems such as its wineries, historic main streets and scenic spots that are also fit for outdoor adventures. Cheap car rentals help bring affordable travel options to you.
Tennessee has a marvelous collection of museums with a fantastic array of artifacts that will help you expand your knowledge regarding its rich culture and history. The major museums are the Memphis Pink Palace, the Grand Ole Opry Museum and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The Memphis Mud Island Museum displays the cultural history of the river valley of Lower Mississippi.
If you are looking for a lively play of colorful art, visit the Knoxville Museum of Art. For aircraft enthusiasts, Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville has a lot to offer. Further there is the Norris' Museum of Appalachia and Chattanooga's Creative Discovery Museum that will revive the curious child in you. Pigeon Forge has a Dinosaur Walk Museum which is a big, open room filled with what is commonly known as dinosaur "flesh replications." A diverse Lincoln and Civil War collections can be found at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum located in the campus of Lincoln Memorial University.
Ranging from the thundering waterfall at Ruby Falls to the breathtaking formations beneath the Tuckaleechee Caverns, there seems to be an endless array of natural spots in Tennessee awaiting you. The first place you might want to visit will be the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. Drive your cheap rentals to Gatlinburg to marvel at the power pounding force of water pouring from high above.
A visit to Tennessee is incomplete without a visit to the Great Smoking Mountains. Located in the borders of Tennessee and North Carolina, this Appalachian Highlands is the most visited national park in America. The natural and beautiful surroundings of the mountains make it a favorite destination for camping. The Rock City Gardens gives you an unforgettable journey high atop Lookout Mountain where you can enjoy the quiet woodland paths and gardens. You can also see its ancient rock formations and explore over 400 species of vegetation. You can also grab scenic views of the Lost Sea and Reel Foot, while in Tennessee.
You can catch world-class fishing on the Tellico River and at Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge or choose to hang out with Chattanooga chimps, big cats and nocturnal animals at the zoo in Warner Park. The Tennessee Aquarium will allow you to touch a shark or ray and be entertained by river otters, penguins, reef fish and seahorses.
Rafting and kayaking are popular exhilarating water sports at the Great Smoking Mountains in Gatlinburg. If you want water ski and boating then South Holston Lake is a great spot. Avid golfers can stop at the Brainerd Golf Course which is an 18-hole regulation length golf course. It has medium-length layout features for the enjoyment of golfers of all skill levels.