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Foxfire Mountain Adventure Park, Sevier County, TennesseeFoxfire Mountain Adventure ParkSevier County, TennesseeVisited the Whispering Winds Covered Bridge. Home to thousands of wishes hanging from the ceiling. <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f38b.png' > I wish..i wish.. i wish 🤔<img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f60a.png' >Central BBQ (Downtown), Memphis, TennesseeCentral BBQ (Downtown)Memphis, TennesseeCentral BBQ is the cream of the crop when it comes to BBQ in Memphis. Their slow smoked, dry rub flavors paired with fun decor is worth the trip....National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TennesseeNational Civil Rights MuseumMemphis, TennesseeMemphis is home to one of the greatest music traditions in the country, but the city was rocked by the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. at...National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TennesseeNational Civil Rights MuseumMemphis, TennesseeMoving exhibits and film on MLK and other civil rights movement figures, including Lorraine motel and Rosa Parks exhibits. Allow a few hours to see...Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, TennesseeTennessee AquariumChattanooga, TennesseeI Love the Jellyfish Room Here! One of the best aquariums I have been to.Renaissance Park, Chattanooga, TennesseeRenaissance ParkChattanooga, TennesseeInteresting sculpture at the riverfront park in Chattanooga.Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville, TennesseeCheekwood Estate and GardensNashville, TennesseeTree-hugging composers.Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville, TennesseeCheekwood Estate and GardensNashville, TennesseeSculptor Steve Tobin logged more than 2,000 man hours to weld recycled bronze letters and numbers into this infinity bowl called Syntax. #art...Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville, TennesseeCheekwood Estate and GardensNashville, TennesseeCheekwood has turned its attention to children this summer and has installed six interactive playhouses. This is the Monsoon Pavilion with a nod...The Parthenon, Nashville, TennesseeThe ParthenonNashville, TennesseeI found this on Trover and was able to finally go and see it. What a great place!Exit/In, Nashville, TennesseeExit/InNashville, TennesseeCelebrating 45 years of performers who emerged by playing the venerable Exit/In. This new street mural pays homage to a few. The stencils were made...Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville, TennesseeCountry Music Hall of Fame and MuseumNashville, TennesseeMy kids really enjoyed it, much more than I thought they would and we aren&#39;t big country fans.The Factory At Franklin, Franklin, TennesseeThe Factory At FranklinFranklin, Tennessee&quot;Rusty Mechanism&quot;, a worker at the now wonderfully repurposed industrial buildings known as The Factory at Franklin.Brentwood United Methodist Church, Brentwood, TennesseeBrentwood United Methodist ChurchBrentwood, TennesseeLove this sculpture!Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TennesseeGrand Ole OpryNashville, TennesseeThe Country Music Hall of Fame. A great place to visit, or see a concert!Two Rivers Mansion, Nashville, TennesseeTwo Rivers MansionNashville, TennesseeEach summer the Nashville Symphony Orchestra vacates Schermerhorn Center and takes classical music into the neighborhoods for free community...Sewanee The University Of The South, Sewanee, TennesseeSewanee The University Of The SouthSewanee, TennesseeBuilt in the mid 1800s, this liberal arts college features gothic architecture thru out the campus. This university was founded by delegates of ten...Bonnaroo, Manchester, TennesseeBonnarooManchester, TennesseePlanet Roo, Bonnaroo 2010Pigeon Forge, TennesseePigeon ForgeTennesseeThe Old Mill, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. In the early 1800&#39;s, a water-powered gristmill on the banks of the Little Pigeon River became one of the...Arrington Vineyard LLC, Williamson County, TennesseeArrington Vineyard LLCWilliamson County, TennesseeArrington Vineyards just outside of Franklin, TN hosts &quot;Music in the Vines&quot; every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 2-6pm between May and November....
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