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Adventure Science Center   Enter the world of Hollywood's horror movies, where famous monsters of the silver screen demonstrate the awesome power of the atom. Learn all about light from the Prince of Darkness, the howls and whys of energy from the Wolf Man, principles of conservation from the Mummy, and the nuts and bolts of electricity from Frankenstein. The Atoms Family at Adventure Science Center is hair-raising fun the whole family will enjoy! Nashville

A Walk in the Woods   A Walk In The Woods is a full range guide service geared to making your time in the Smokies as wonderful as possible. Emphasizing the teaching of natural history.  This is A Walk In The Woods' fifth season of offering spectacular trips into the Smokies.  Maximize your Smoky Mountains experience!  Whether you are seeking a unique rugged adventure to expand your knowledge and skills or simply a peaceful encounter with nature at its finest, come discover the stunning world of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Gatlinburg
Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium   Bays Mountain is a nature preserve owned and operated by the city of Kingsport. The facilities include the 3000 acre outdoor classroom, a 44 acre lake, a nature center/museum, and a planetarium with a 40 foot diameter dome. Kingsport
Cades Cove Riding Stables  There is more than just natural beauty which is so abundant here. Cades Cove is a place that is rich in history. In a time long before modern conveniences, pioneers settled here. They built cabins and raised crops in the fertile soil, hunted and fished. Many raised families and buried loved ones. They built churches and worshipped, worked and began new families, building friendships and sharing each others joys and hardships. Cades Cove
Hardin County, Tennessee Attractions  Hardin County is full of rich history and the Civil War buff is sure to be appeased with our national park and battlefield and many historical homes. Our beautiful hill, enchanting forests, alluring waterfalls, inviting lake and the magnificent Tennessee River are sure to captivate you and reveal the many reasons our visitors return again...and again! Hardin County
Savannah
Historic Jonesborough  Tennessee's oldest town became the first Tennessee town to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.  It uniquely blends historic sites, distinctive architecture, specialty shops and restaurants.  Strolling the brick sidewalks of Main Street, visitors can walk the same paths taken by pioneers and presidents.  A self-guided tour leads you or your group through the details of architecture and history. Jonesborough
Ijams Nature Center  "The mission of Ijams Nature Center is to increase the knowledge of, understanding of and appreciation for the natural world by providing quality educational experiences throughout the region. The grounds shall remain a sanctuary for the enjoyment and interpretation of its natural features..." Knoxville

Jackson, Tennessee Attractions   With our beautiful hotels, fine dining, spacious convention centers and specialty shopping, come see it all. Historical sights and family attractions - like the Pinson Indian Mounds, Britton Lane Civil War Battefield and Casey Jones Museum - plus plenty of scenic beauty and natural wonders to explore nearby - like Lake Graham, Paris Landing State Park and Natchez Trace - It's no wonder that people are stopping in Jackson for a closer look. Jackson

JuRo Stables  Horseback riding for the serious minded rider or serious minded beginner. Pace & tack to suit rider with no set trails. Excellent selection of riding stock. Primitive camping & cookout facilities, hayrides, bonfires, moonlight rides, cookouts, and catered parties for groups or businesses. Lessons on the trail or in the ring. Mount Juliet
Knoxville Zoological Gardens  Knoxville Zoological Gardens celebrates the wonders of the natural world. Through education, conservation and recreation, the zoo will tell the stories of the animals, the plants, and the people who make up the communities of the earth. The zoo will develop positive attitudes and actions about nature and about conservation as a local and global issue. Knoxville

Memphis Zoo  I wanted to set a precedent for how zoos would be created in the future," said Ace Torre the New Orleans-based architect. The goals were based around a holistic approach that was original in zoos at that time. Torre's vision was to build a bridge to the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis here in present day Memphis, Tenn. "The idea was to blend history, geology and anthropology to create an experience unlike any other," Torre said. Memphis
Nashville Zoo offers many animal species including cheetah, zebra, ostrich, gibbons, hyacinth macaw and more. In addition, the Zoo offers the Jungle Gym, the country's largest community-built playground, the Grassmere Historic Farm, the beautiful Unseen New World exhibit, exciting animal shows, educational programs and much more. Nashville
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies  Our education is to provide students with an interactive, educational experience while building an understanding of the aquatic world and the need to conserve and protect it.  The Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies has a Tropical Rain Forest, a Coral Reef, a Shark Lagoon, a Discovery Center, a Gallery by the Seas, and a Touch-A-Ray Bay exhibits. Gatlinburg
 River Walk, Mud Island River Park  The River Walk is one of the most unique representations of the Mississippi River in the world. It is a 5-block long replica of the lower Mississippi river, from Cairo, IL, to New Orleans, LA. Each 30" stride is equivalent to one mile on the actual river. Along your journey, you'll revisit historical events and learn about geographical transformations. Memphis
Roan Mountain Attractions  The Rhododendron Gardens atop the 6,327 foot peak of the massive Roan, in three natural masses, cover an area of 600 acres.  They comprise the largest display of blooming rhododendron to be found anywhere in the world today. Roan Mountain
Rock City  Take an unforgettable journey high atop Lookout Mountain! Enjoy the quiet woodland paths and gardens. Discover ancient rock formations. Explore the 400 species of plants, flowers and shrubs. Each step is a discovery!  Cast your wish upon the 140-foot high falls. Stand mightily upon world-famous Lover's Leap and wrap yourself in the magnificent view. Chattanooga
Ruby Falls  Discover an intriguing natural wonder at Ruby Falls, one of Chattanooga Tennessee's favorite attractions. The thundering 145 foot waterfall inside historic Lookout Mountain has been thrilling visitors since 1929. Ruby Falls is a fun and exciting place to visit for a family vacation or an educational field trip. Its caverns, caves, and waterfall are simply amazing. Chattanooga
State Capitol  The centerpiece of Downtown Nashville, the state Capitol building, was originally completed in 1859 and has been in continuous use since then as the seat of Tennessee State Government. Changes and modernization over the years, and a major restoration in the late 1950’s, have not diminished the historical integrity of this Classic Greek structure. Public tours of the building and the beautifully landscaped grounds are available. Nashville
Tennessee Aquarium  Home to more than 9,000 animals representing 575 species of fish, crustaceans, mussels, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, the Tennessee Aquarium tells the story of fresh water ecosystems. We follow the Tennessee River from its Appalachian beginnings through the swamp waters of the Mississippi River and into the Gulf of Mexico, making side trips to some of the world's other great rivers. Chattanooga
Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration  The historic Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration Grounds in Shelbyville, TN is home to The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, which takes place each year in late summer for the 11 days ending on the Saturday night before Labor Day. Shelbyville
The Lost Sea  Deep inside a mountain near Sweetwater in East Tennessee is a remarkable body of water known as The Lost Sea. Listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest underground lake, the Lost Sea is part of an extensive and historic cave system called Craighead Caverns. Sweetwater
Tuckaleechee Caverns  The caverns were opened to the public for a year in 1931 and then closed because of the Depression. W.E. “Bill” Vananda and Harry Myers of Townsend while students at Maryville College in 1949, they got to talking about the feasibility of opening the cave to the public. After fours years of lonely toil – the two men had carried in hundreds of tons of sand, cement and gravel on their backs to build steps and passageways – they opened the cave in 1953. Townsend
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