10 Best Places to Visit in Tennessee, USA | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel

10 Best Places to Visit in Tennessee, USA | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel

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3 Popular Attractions In Tennessee

  • Memphis Zoo: Zoo in Memphis, Tennessee.
    • Clingmans Dome: The highest point in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

    Tennessee Facts:

    • Davy Crockett was not born on a mountaintop in Tennessee, as the song says. He was born on the banks of Limestone Creek near Greeneville, where a replica of the Crockett’s log cabin stands today.
    • The Watauga Association at Sycamore Shoals near Elizabethton drafted the first constitution ever written by white men in America in 1772. It was patterned after the constitution of the Iroquois League of Nations, a federal system of government developed 200 years earlier for five eastern Native American tribes.
    • Tennessee is referred to as the Volunteer State due to its high variety of volunteers during the Battle of 1812, particularly at the Battle of New Orleans.
    • Tennessee was confessed as a state on June 1, 1796, making it the 16th state.
    Threshold Number of days
    High > 80 139.0
    High > 90 48.2
    Low < 32 71.4
    High < 32 7.3
    Low < 10 3.0

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    # Employer # of Employees
    1 Vanderbilt University Medical Center 28,300
    2 State of Tennessee 26,733
    3 U.S. federal government 13,707
    4 HCA Healthcare 10,600
    5 Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools 10,281
    6 Vanderbilt University 8,822
    7 Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County 8,700
    8 Ascension Saint Thomas 8,335
    9 The Kroger Co. 7,813
    10 Amazon 5,000
    11 Asurion 4,260
    12 Bridgestone Americas Inc. 4,110

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    Event Month held and location
    Nashville Film Festival A weeklong festival in April that features hundreds of independent films. It is one of the largest film festivals in the Southern United States.
    Nashville Fashion Week A citywide event typically held in March or April, this is a celebration of Nashville's fashion and retail community featuring local, regional and national design talent in fashion events and shows.[178]
    Rock ‘n' Roll Nashville Marathon Marathon, half marathon, and 5k race held in April with runners from around the world. In 2012, participation surpassed 30,000 runners.
    Rites of Spring Music Festival A two-day music festival held every April at Vanderbilt University since 1986. Rites of Spring has welcomed a number of famous artists to the Vanderbilt campus, including Wiz Khalifa, Young the Giant, Drake, Steve Aoki, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.[179]
    Iroquois Steeplechase Annual steeplechase horse racing event held in May at Percy Warner Park.
    CMA Music Festival A four-day event in June featuring performances by country music stars, autograph signings, artist/fan interaction, and other activities for country music fans.
    Nashville Pride A two-day event held in June that fosters awareness of and for the LGBT community and culture in Middle Tennessee. The 2019 festival drew a record crowd of over 75,000 people, establishing it as the largest LGBT event in Tennessee.[180]
    Let Freedom Sing! Held every Fourth of July at Riverfront Park, featuring a street festival and live music, and culminating in one of the largest fireworks shows in the country.[181] An estimated 280,000 people attended the 2014 celebration.[182]
    Tomato Art Festival Held each August in East Nashville, this event celebrates the Tomato as a Unifier.[183]
    African Street Festival Held in September on the campus of Tennessee State University. It is committed to connecting and celebrating the extensions of Africa to America.[184]
    Live on the Green Music Festival A free concert series held in August and September at Public Square Park by local radio station Lightning 100.
    Tennessee State Fair The State Fair held in September at the State Fairgrounds, which lasts nine days and includes rides, exhibits, rodeos, tractor pulls, and numerous other shows and attractions.
    Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival A free event held the first Saturday in October at Centennial Park, it is Middle Tennessee's largest multicultural festival and includes music and dance performances, ethnic food court, children's area, teen area, and marketplace.[185]
    Art Nashville International Art Fair An annual Art Fair in downtown Nashville. Includes galleries and dealers from around the world. Open to the public.[186]
    Nashville Oktoberfest A free event held in the historic Germantown neighborhood since 1980 celebrating the culture and customs of Germany.[187] Oktoberfest is Nashville's oldest annual festival and is one of the largest in the South.[188] In 2015, over 143,000 people attended the three-day event which raised $60,000 for Nashville non-profits.[189]
    Southern Festival of Books A festival held in October, featuring readings, panels, and book signings.[190]
    Country Music Association Awards Award ceremony normally held in November at the Bridgestone Arena and televised to a national audience.
    Veterans Day Parade A parade running down Broadway on 11/11 at 11:11.11am since 1951. Features include 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Tennessee National Guard, veterans from wars past and present, military plane fly-overs, tanks, motorcycles, first responder vehicles, marching bands and thousands of spectators.[191]

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    Program Division Conference
    Vanderbilt Commodores Division I (FBS) Southeastern Conference
    Tennessee State Tigers Division I (FCS) Ohio Valley Conference
    Belmont Bruins Division I (non-football) Ohio Valley Conference
    Lipscomb Bisons Division I (non-football) ASUN Conference

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    Crime Nashville (2017)[227] National average (2017)[228]
    Murder and non-negligent manslaughter 16.29 5.3
    Rape 72.89 30.7
    Robbery 303.13 98.0
    Aggravated assault 745.84 248.9
    Burglary 631.31 430.4
    Larceny-theft 2,806.6 1,694.4
    Motor vehicle theft 380.03 237.4

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    Official name Other names Length Date opened Notes
    Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge Gateway Bridge 1,660ft (510m) May 19, 2004 [251]
    Kelly Miller Smith Memorial Bridge Jefferson Street Bridge 1,835ft (559m) March 2, 1994 [252]
    Old Hickory Bridge 1,222ft (372m) 1928; second span built 1967 [253]
    Martin Luther King Jr. Bridge Bordeaux Bridge September 18, 1980 [254]
    John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge Shelby Street Bridge 3,150ft (960m) July 5, 1909 [255]
    Silliman Evans Bridge 2,362ft (720m) January 14, 1964 [256]
    Lyle H. Fulton Memorial Bridge

    March 15, 1971

    [257]
    Victory Memorial Bridge May 19, 1956 [258]
    William Goodwin Bridge Hobson Pike Bridge 2,215ft (675m)
    Woodland Street Bridge 639ft (195m) April 10, 1886; replaced 1965 [259][260]

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    01.Nashville
    02.Memphis
    03.Great Smoky Mountains National Park
    04.Pigeon Forge
    05.Chattanooga
    06.Cummins Falls State Park
    07.Knoxville
    08.Gatlinburg
    09.Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area
    10.Tennessee

    Tennessee
    US State
    Tennessee is a landlocked state in the U.S. South. Its capital, centrally located Nashville, is the heart of the country-music scene, with the long-running Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and a legendary stretch of honky-tonks and dance halls. Memphis, in the far southwest, is the home of Elvis Presley’s Graceland, rock-and-roll pioneering Sun Studio and the blues clubs of Beale Street. ― Googlev

    Nashville
    City in Tennessee
    Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and home to Vanderbilt University. Legendary country music venues include the Grand Ole Opry House, home of the famous “Grand Ole Opry” stage and radio show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and historic Ryman Auditorium are Downtown, as is the District, featuring honky-tonks with live music and the Johnny Cash Museum, celebrating the singer's life. ― Google

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