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Located in the heart of historic downtown Clarksville, Tennessee, the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is the State's second largest general museum. With over 35,000 square feet of the region's best hands-on activities and special events…people of all ages agree – the Customs House Museum is well worth the stop!

Explore an entire city block featuring large gallery spaces filled with fine art , science and history . The Explorer's Gallery is packed with fun, learning and fantasy in Aunt Alice's Attic , McGregor's Market and kitchen, and of course – the Bubble Cave ! Finally, get “all aboard” to see our fantastic model trains . Our volunteer engineers “ride the rails” every Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

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RiverView Mounds is a family farm that hosts

a 9 acre corn maze, pumpkin market, 2 zip lines, hay rides,

pig races and over 20 additional family fun activities!

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You don't want to miss our unique, fully interactive

corn maze boasting 13 trivia stations that tests your knowledge of our American Soldiers! Our flashlight corn maze will provide an extra challenge for the real adventure lovers! The mini corn maze features our very own "Finger Fortune" kids game for the young 'ens!

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TN State Parks


Home of world-famous singer and movie star Elvis Presley, Graceland was built about 1940 by Grace Moore.

Chucalissa Archaeological Site

Chucalissa is a working reconstruction of a 1,000-year-old Indian village that flourished along the eastern shore of the Mississippi River, with grass thatched huts, a temple, and a ceremonial burial ground.

Shiloh National Military Park

This battlefield is the scene of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, where Union and Confederate casualties totaled 23,746.

Natchez Trace Parkway

Native American trail between Nashville and Mississippi, later used by settlers and traders.


Nashville's Parthenon is the only full-sized reproduction of the original Parthenon, a temple built by the Greeks in Athens during the 5th century B.C.

The Hermitage

Former home of 7th President, Andrew Jackson.

Ryman Auditorium

Known as the "Mother Church of Country Music," Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, designed by architect H.C. Thompson, was originally built as a religious meeting hall and was called the Union Gospel Tabernacle. The Ryman became the home of the Grand Ole Opry, famous country and western music show, in 1943 and served as such until March of 1974.

Mansker's Station & Bowen-Campbell House

These adjoining sites illustrate the early phase of Middle Tennessee exploration and settlement. Mansker's Station is the reconstructed 1779 frontier fort established by long hunter and explorer Kaspar Mansker. The forted station is a living history museum presenting scenes of pioneer life in the early Cumberland River settlements

Jack Daniel's Distillery

Founded in 1866, Jack Daniel's is the oldest registered distillery in the nation, famous for its sour mash whiskey.

Cordell Hull Birthplace and Museum

This is the log cabin boyhood home of Cordell Hull, secretary of state under Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose work toward the establishment of the United Nations won him the Nobel Peace Prize in 1945.

Chickamauga/Chattanooga National Military Park

In the fall of 1863, Union and Confederate forces met at Chickamauga Creek in one of the bloodiest battles in American history. The site includes the battlefields, the Fuller Gun collection, a multi-media presentation on the battles, the National Cemetery, and monuments to units on both sides.


Rugby, a rural English colony founded by Thomas Hughes in the 1880s, was established to provide homes and livelihood in the United States for the younger sons of English gentry.

The Graphite Reactor (X-10) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Graphite Reactor, a National Historic Landmark, is located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The reactor was used as a pilot plant and for producing the first measurable quantities of the man made element plutonium.

Fort Donelson National Battlefield

This 558-acre battlefield off U.S. Highway 79 in Stewart County was the site of the North's first major victory of the Civil War, ultimately opening the gate for Union invasion into the Confederate heartland.

Victorian Village

In the area of Adams Avenue in Memphis, a number of landmark 19th century homes have been saved from destruction by interested citizens. Homes range in time from ca. 1846 to the 1890s, and in style from Neo-classical through Late Gothic Revival.

Appalachian National Scenic Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,175-mile long public footpath.

Welcome Centers and Rest Areas

Reelfoot Lake

Tennessee's only large naturally-formed lake, Reelfoot was created by the violent New Madrid earthquakes in 1811.

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Tennessee State Capitol

A masterpiece of Greek Revival architecture, the Tennessee Capitol was completed in 1859 and is one of the oldest working capitols in the United States.

Rhea County Courthouse

In 1925, the Rhea County Courthouse was the scene of the famous Scopes Evolution Trial, in which John Thomas Scopes, a Dayton high school teacher, was tried for teaching that human beings evolved from a lower order of animals.

Where to Hike at State Parks

Beale Street Historic District

It was here in the early 1900s that W.C. Handy first popularized and published the blues, a unique African-American contribution to American music.

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Map Tennessee Locations

Driver License Stations, County Clerks, Hospitals, Schools, Libraries, Parks, Alternative Fuel Stations, State Historic Sites

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Tennessee's 53 state parks and 80 natural areas offer diverse natural, recreational and cultural experiences for individuals, families, and groups.

State Parks on a Map Photo Album

View photos of Tennessee submitted by visitors.

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Tennessee State Museum

One of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000-sq.-ft. of permanent exhibits and a 10,000-sq.-ft. changing exhibition hall. The museum's interpretive exhibits begin 15,000 years ago with prehistoric humans and continue through the early 1900s with special sections on Native American Indians, explorers, pioneers, the Antebellum age, the Civil War, and the beginning of a new century.

Tennessee Wineries on a Map

Trails and Byways Flickr Photos

Your backstage pass to the back roads that will help you discover what lies off the beaten path.

Trails and Byways Twitter

Your backstage pass to the back roads that will help you discover what lies off the beaten path.

Where to Boat at State Parks

Publicly available boat launch ramps

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