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Things to Do in Tennessee

Did you know there's far more to Tennessee than Graceland? While that might be one of the state's most popular tourist attractions, it isn't the only one. In this article, we're going to look loads of fun things to do in Tennessee, whether you're visiting from out of state or are already a TN resident. Some of these you might have heard of already, but there's plenty of fun for all the family in this great state. Let's have a look...

Tennessee Casinos

While you might not think of Tennessee as a gambling hotspot like Nevada or New Jersey, there are still some great options in-state if you love a flutter. Land-based casinos like Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort offer loads of options for all sorts of gamblers, including live games, slots, entertainment and dining options. There are also a growing number of online gambling options in the state of Tennessee, and you can find advice on online gambling for Tennessee residents with a bit of research.

Tennessee Art Galleries

There are loads of different art galleries, both big and small in the state of TN. Some of the best of these can be found in Nashville, but there are also some great options in Chattanooga, Knoxville and beyond. The Worthington Galleries in Nashville host perhaps the best collection of fine art in the state, and could well be worth a visit.

Music in Tennessee

There's one reason millions of tourists flock to this great state every year, and that's music. Tennessee is truly one of the capitals of music, perhaps in the world. As the home of country music, you can find too many entertainment options to list in Nashville and beyond, including the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Olde Opry and much more. And you can even visit the home of Elvis, Graceland in Memphis if that's your thing.

Tennessee Theme Parks

One of Tennessee's most famous theme parks is Dolly Parton's Dollywood. There are loads more options if you prefer more thrills to your visits, including Opryland and more.

Tennessee National Parks

If you'd rather be outside enjoying nature and your natural surroundings, there are also plenty of options in Tennessee. Perhaps the most famous and best of these is the Wonderful Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but there are loads more including Cumberland Gap and Big South Fork National River.

Sports in Tennessee

Tennessee is home to a number of different pro sports teams, including the Tennessee Titans and Memphis Grizzlies. There are also a load of college sport options if that's more your thing.

It would be too hard to list all the fun options that you could enjoy this weekend in the great state of Tennessee. But at least this is a good place to start. Tennessee has so many fantastic things to see, that you could spend a month here. Get started with some of the highlights then see where they take you. There's something for the whole family in the great state of Tennessee.

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