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Famous for every signature American music style - country, folk, rock and roll, blues and southern soul – Tennessee has provided the soundtrack to virtually every generation, and not just in the States. Tennessee also has a deep sultry tone within. Sleepy meandering rivers, stunning autumn foliage and clear reflective lakes, Tennessee is stunning green landscapes and old American architecture. In Tennessee, you can hike shady mountain trails in the morning, and by evening whoop it up in a Nashville honky-tonk or walk the streets of Memphis with the ghost of Elvis.
Music-lovers will be spoilt for choice. There’s the Grand Ole Oprey in Nashville, the spiritual home of country and western. Memphis could make a strong claim to be the spiritual home of rock and roll – Elvis’s Graceland mansion is the site of hundreds of thousands of pilgrimages each year, and is the second most visited private house in the States after the White House. And the blues too, as any visit to iconic Beale Street, where blues legend BB King first plied his trade, will confirm. And don’t forget Dollywood, the award-winning family theme park (two actually – there’s a water park as well) in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, a fantastic day out guaranteed, and all washed down with southern hospitality.
This landlocked state has so much more to offer though. From the Appalachian Trail – a section of it anyway – the hiking trail that runs from Georgia to Maine and attracts over two million visitors a year, to the Mississippi, a cruise along which is a journey through America’s rich and often troubled history. No visit to Tennessee is complete without a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, located at the site of the former Lorraine Motel, where civil rights’ leader Dr Martin Luther King was assassinated in April 1968. Oh, and did we mention Jack Daniels?!