The best museums in Tennessee in September 2023

These are the top 100 best museums in Tennessee, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2023. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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Looking for the best museums in Tennessee? These are the best ones:

  1. Online discount!Titanic Museum Attraction1

    Titanic Museum Attraction

    Pigeon Forge, TN
    The Titanic Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is a unique two-story museum that is shaped like the RMS Titanic. This distinctive museum opened its doors to the public on April 8, 2010, offering a unique experience for visitors interested in the history of the Titanic.
  2. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum2

    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

    Nashville, TN
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a significant institution dedicated to preserving and showcasing the history of country music. It honors the most notable contributors to the genre, making it a rich source of information for anyone interested in understanding the roots and evolution of country music. The museum is located in Nashville, Tennessee, a city known for its deep connection with country music.
  3. Stax Museum3

    Stax Museum

    Memphis, TN
    The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a museum located in Memphis, Tennessee , at 926 East McLemore Avenue, the former location of Stax Records . It is operated by the Soulsville Foundation, which also operates the adjacent Stax Music Academy and The Soulsville Charter School , all located on o
  4. Belmont Mansion4

    Belmont Mansion

    Nashville, TN
    Belmont Mansion , also known as Acklen Hall , and originally known as Belle Monte , Belle Mont or Belmont , is a historic mansion located in Nashville, Tennessee . It was built by Joseph and Adelicia Acklen to serve as the center of their 180-acre summer estate in what was then country outside the c
  5. Graceland5


    Memphis, TN
    Graceland is a mansion on a 13.8-acre (5.6-hectare) estate in Memphis, Tennessee , United States, once owned by singer and actor Elvis Presley . His daughter, Lisa Marie Presley , inherited Graceland after his death in 1977 . Graceland is located at 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard in the vast Whitehave
  6. Johnny Cash Museum6

    Johnny Cash Museum

    Nashville, TN
    Discover the world of the world-famous musician Johnny Cash. You'll learn about his life here as well as see various memorabilia.
  7. National Civil Rights Museum7

    National Civil Rights Museum

    Memphis, TN
    The National Civil Rights Museum is a significant site in American history, located in the former Lorraine Motel in Memphis, United States. This is the place where the renowned American civil rights activist Martin Luther King was assassinated in April 1968. The museum stands as a testament to the civil rights movement and the life and legacy of Martin Luther King.
  8. Rca Studio B8

    Rca Studio B

    Nashville, TN
    RCA Studio B, located in Nashville, United States, is a historic recording studio that was established in 1956 by the renowned record company RCA Victor. This studio played a significant role in the development of the Nashville Sound, a style of country music that gained popularity in the 1950s and 1960s.
  9. Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery9

    Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery

    Belle Meade, TN
    Belle Meade Historic Site and Winery , located in Belle Meade, Tennessee , is a historic mansion that is now operated as an attraction, museum, winery, and onsite restaurant together with outbuildings on its 30 acres of property. In the late 19th century, the plantation encompassed roughly 5,400 acr
  10. Tennessee Aquarium10

    Tennessee Aquarium

    Chattanooga, TN
    The Tennessee Aquarium, a non-profit public aquarium, is situated in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. It was inaugurated in 1992 along the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga. A significant expansion was added to the aquarium in 2005, enhancing its appeal and offerings.
  11. Frist Art Museum11

    Frist Art Museum

    Nashville, TN
    The Frist Art Museum opened its doors in April 2001, offering approximately 24,000 square feet of gallery space. The museum showcases visual art from local, state, and regional artists, in addition to hosting major U.S. and international exhibitions. This wide range of art makes the museum a diverse and engaging destination for art lovers.
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    Franklin Drive Thru Safari

    Franklin, TN
  13. Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum13

    Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

    Nashville, TN
    The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Nashville, is a unique institution that pays tribute to musicians from all genres and who play any instrument. This inclusive approach ensures that the museum offers a broad and diverse range of exhibits, making it a fascinating destination for music lovers of all tastes.
  14. Woodruff-fontaine House14

    Woodruff-fontaine House

    Memphis, TN
    The Woodruff-Fontaine House, located at 680 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, is a historic building that holds significant value. It stands as a testament to the city's rich history and architectural prowess. Visitors can appreciate the intricate design and the story it tells about the past.
  15. Lane Motor Museum15

    Lane Motor Museum

    Nashville, TN
    Lane Motor Museum is located in Nashville, Tennessee and features a collection of mostly European automobiles. The museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization , founded by Jeff and Susan Lane, his father having founded the family's automotive extrusion business, L&L Products in Romeo, Mich. in 195
  16. Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies16

    Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies

    Gatlinburg, TN
  17. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage17

    Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

    Nashville, TN
    The Hermitage is a historical museum situated in Davidson County, Tennessee, United States. It is located approximately 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. This location makes it easily accessible for tourists visiting the city and looking for a historical experience.
  18. Nashville Zoo At Grassmere18

    Nashville Zoo At Grassmere

    Nashville, TN
    The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is not just a zoo, but also a historic plantation farmhouse. It is conveniently located just 6 miles southeast of Downtown Nashville, making it easily accessible for tourists. The zoo is home to a wide variety of animals and also offers a glimpse into the history of the region.
  19. The Cotton Museum At the Memphis Cotton Exchange19

    The Cotton Museum At the Memphis Cotton Exchange

    Memphis, TN
    The Cotton Museum , located in Memphis, Tennessee , U.S. , is an historical and cultural museum that opened in March 2006 on the former trading floor of the Memphis Cotton Exchange at 65 Union Avenue in downtown Memphis. The mission of the Cotton Museum is to share the story of the cotton industry
  20. Memphis Museum of Science & History20

    Memphis Museum of Science & History

    Memphis, TN
    The Museum of Science & History - Pink Palace in Memphis, Tennessee, is a significant science and historical museum in the Mid-South. It offers a wide range of exhibits, from archeology to chemistry, providing a comprehensive and diverse learning experience for visitors. The museum's exhibits are designed to engage and educate visitors about various scientific and historical topics.
  21. Brooks Museum of Art21

    Brooks Museum of Art

    Memphis, TN
    Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is an art museum in Memphis, Tennessee . The Brooks Museum, which was founded in 1916, is the oldest and largest art museum in the state of Tennessee . The museum is a privately funded nonprofit institution located in Overton Park in Midtown Memphis .
  22. Jack Daniel's Distillery22

    Jack Daniel's Distillery

    Lynchburg, Moore County, TN
    Take a trip to the distillery and hear the story of your favourite whiskey. Their whiskey-sampling tours are rather popular!
  23. American Museum of Science and Energy23

    American Museum of Science and Energy

    Oak Ridge, TN
    The American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) is a unique educational institution located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The museum's primary focus is on teaching both children and adults about various forms of energy, with a particular emphasis on nuclear power. Additionally, the museum serves as a historical resource, documenting the significant role that Oak Ridge played in the Manhattan Project during World War II.
  24. The Museum Of Appalachia24

    The Museum Of Appalachia

    Norris, TN
    The Museum of Appalachia, situated in Norris, Tennessee, serves as a living history museum. It provides an interpretation of the pioneer and early 20th-century period of the Southern Appalachian region of the United States. This museum offers a unique opportunity to delve into the rich history and culture of the region, making it a worthwhile visit for those interested in history and culture.
  25. Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum25

    Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum

    Nashville, TN
    Travellers Rest , also known as Golgotha , is a former plantation and historic plantation house , located in Nashville , Tennessee . The first owner of the site was John Overton in 1796, who built the first family home in 1799. For many years this plantation was worked and maintained by enslaved Bla
  26. Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum of Art26

    Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum of Art

    Nashville, TN
    Cheekwood is a historic estate located on the western edge of Nashville, Tennessee. This 55-acre property is home to the Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, a beautiful combination of nature and architecture that offers a unique experience for visitors. The estate was once the residence of the Cheek family, a prominent family in Nashville's history. Today, it serves as a botanical garden and art museum, attracting tourists from all over the world.
  27. Tennessee State Museum27

    Tennessee State Museum

    Nashville, TN
    The Tennessee State Museum, located in Nashville, offers a comprehensive depiction of the history of the U.S. state of Tennessee. This large museum provides an in-depth look into the state's past, making it an ideal destination for history enthusiasts and curious tourists alike.
  28. Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art28

    Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art

    Memphis, TN
    The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art is located at 119 South Main Street at the intersection of Gayoso Avenue in Memphis , Tennessee , USA . The museum was opened in 1998 as the Peabody Place Museum and in January 2007 it received its present name. The museums collection is based on the private
  29. Fire Museum of Memphis29

    Fire Museum of Memphis

    Memphis, TN
    The Fire Museum of Memphis is situated in the historic Fire Engine House No. 1, located at 118 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. This location is in the heart of downtown Memphis, making it easily accessible for tourists visiting the city. The museum is housed in a building that was built in 1910, adding a touch of historical charm to the experience.
  30. Memphis Children's Museum30

    Memphis Children's Museum

    Memphis, TN
    The Children's Museum of Memphis (CMOM) is located in Midtown Memphis at 2525 Central Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee , USA. CMOM’s mission is to create memorable learning experiences through the joy of play in hands-on exhibits and programs. The museum offers interactive exhibits and programs for chil
  31. Hunter Museum of American Art31

    Hunter Museum of American Art

    Chattanooga, TN
    The Hunter Museum of American Art, located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, houses a diverse collection of art. The museum's collections span various art movements including the Hudson River School, 19th century genre painting, American Impressionism, the Ashcan School, early modernism, regionalism, and post- World War II modern and contemporary art. This wide range of art styles offers visitors a comprehensive view of American art history.
  32. Blount Mansion32

    Blount Mansion

    Knoxville, TN
    The Blount Mansion, also known as William Blount Mansion, is situated at 200 West Hill Avenue in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. This historic house was the residence of William Blount, the only territorial governor of the Southwest Territory. As a significant figure in American history, Blount's home offers a unique insight into the life and times of the late 18th century.
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    Cooter's Place

    Nashville, TN
    Nashville’s one and only Dukes of Hazzard Museum and Shop. And it is operated by ol’Cooter himself! Free admission.
  34. Carter House34

    Carter House

    Franklin, TN
    The Carter House State Historic Site is a historic house at 1140 Columbia Avenue in Franklin, Tennessee . In that house, the Carter family hid in the basement waiting for the second Battle of Franklin to end. It is a Tennessee Historical Commission State Historic Site, managed by the non-profit org
  35. Lotz House Museum35

    Lotz House Museum

    Franklin, TN
  36. Online discount!Memphis Rock 'n Soul Museum36

    Memphis Rock 'n Soul Museum

    Memphis, TN
  37. Online discount!

    Memphis Music Hall of Fame

    Memphis, TN
    The Memphis Music Hall of Fame is a significant location in Memphis, Tennessee, dedicated to honoring Memphis musicians for their lifetime achievements in music. This institution serves as a testament to the city's rich musical history and the talented individuals who have contributed to it over the years.
  38. Slave Haven / Burkle Estate Museum38

    Slave Haven / Burkle Estate Museum

    Memphis, TN
    The Burkle Estate is a historic home at 826 North Second Street in Memphis, Tennessee . It is also known as the Slavehaven . Although disputed by some historians, the Burkle Estate is claimed by some to have been part of the Underground Railroad - a secret network of way stations to help slaves esca
  39. Dixon Gallery & Gardens39

    Dixon Gallery & Gardens

    Memphis, TN
    The Dixon Gallery and Gardens is an art museum within 17 acres of gardens, established in 1976, and located at 4339 Park Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee , United States. The museum focuses on French and American impressionism and features works by Monet , Degas , and Renoir , Pierre Bonnard , Mary Cassat
  40. Elvis Presley Automobile Museum40

    Elvis Presley Automobile Museum

    Memphis, TN
  41. Knoxville Museum of Art41

    Knoxville Museum of Art

    Knoxville, TN
    The Knoxville Museum of Art (KMA), located in Knoxville, Tennessee, is a unique institution that focuses on showcasing historical and contemporary art pieces from the East Tennessee region. This specialization allows visitors to gain a deep understanding of the region's artistic heritage and contemporary art scene.
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    Adventure Science Center

    Nashville, TN
    The Adventure Science Center, located in Nashville, Tennessee, is a non-profit science museum primarily aimed at children. This museum offers a unique blend of education and entertainment, making it an ideal destination for families with children.
  43. Tennessee Central Railway Museum43

    Tennessee Central Railway Museum

    Nashville, TN
    The Tennessee Central Railway Museum ( TCRM , reporting mark TCRX ) is a railroad museum located in Nashville, Tennessee . It is a small non-profit facility which is preserving the heritage of rail transport in Tennessee and the central South. The museum's name honors the former Tennessee Central
  44. Chattanooga Zoo44

    Chattanooga Zoo

    Chattanooga, TN
    The Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park, established in 1937, is a 13-acre zoological park located in Warner Park in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The zoo has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1998, ensuring high standards of animal care and conservation. Over the years, the zoo has expanded and improved its facilities, becoming a significant attraction for both locals and tourists.
  45. Davies Manor Historic Site45

    Davies Manor Historic Site

    Bartlett, TN
    Davies Manor, located in Shelby County, Tennessee, holds the distinction of being one of the oldest existing homes in the region, and possibly the oldest in West Tennessee. This two-story log and chink home, constructed from white oak logs, stands as a testament to the region's rich history and architectural heritage.
  46. Mabry-hazen House46

    Mabry-hazen House

    Knoxville, TN
  47. East Tennessee History Center47

    East Tennessee History Center

    Knoxville, TN
    The East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS) is a non-profit organization located in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is dedicated to the study of East Tennessee history, the preservation of historically significant artifacts, and educating the citizens of Tennessee. The society operates a museum and museum shop in the East Tennessee History Center on Gay Street in downtown Knoxville. The society was established in 1834, 38 years after the establishment of the state of Tennessee, to record the history of the development and settlement of the area.
  48. McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture48

    McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture

    Knoxville, TN
  49. Historic Ramsey House49

    Historic Ramsey House

    Knoxville, TN
  50. Metal Museum50

    Metal Museum

    Memphis, TN
    The Metal Museum, previously known as the National Ornamental Metal Museum, is situated in Memphis, Tennessee. It was established by artist-blacksmith James Wallace. The museum is dedicated to showcasing metalwork exhibitions and hosting public programs featuring metalsmiths.
  51. The C.h. Nash Museum At Chucalissa51

    The C.h. Nash Museum At Chucalissa

    Memphis, TN
    The C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa is located on and exhibits excavated materials of the Mississippian culture archaeological site known as Chucalissa ( 40 SY 1 ) which means "abandoned house" in Choctaw. The site is located adjacent to the T. O. Fuller State Park within the city of Memphis, Tennes
  52. Zoo Knoxville52

    Zoo Knoxville

    Knoxville, TN
    Zoo Knoxville, previously known as the Knoxville Zoo, is a 53-acre zoo situated just east of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. It is conveniently located near exit 392 off Interstate 40, making it easily accessible for visitors. The zoo is home to a diverse range of animals and is known for its conservation efforts.
  53. Customs House Museum and Cultural Center53

    Customs House Museum and Cultural Center

    Clarksville, TN
    The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is Tennessee 's second largest general interest museum. It features fine art , history , and children's exhibits . It is located in Clarksville, TN 's Downtown District on 200 South 2nd Street. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in
  54. Chasing Rainbows Museum54

    Chasing Rainbows Museum

    Pigeon Forge, TN
    Chasing Rainbows was a museum dedicated to the life and career of country music legend Dolly Parton. It was situated within the Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The museum offered a unique insight into Dolly Parton's journey, showcasing her personal belongings, costumes, awards, and other memorabilia.
  55. Discovery Park of America55

    Discovery Park of America

    Union City, TN
  56. Tennessee Walking Horse Museum56

    Tennessee Walking Horse Museum

    Nashville, TN
  57. Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum57

    Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum

    Memphis, TN
  58. Mallory-neely House58

    Mallory-neely House

    Memphis, TN
    The Mallory–Neely House is a historic residence located at 652 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. It is situated in the Victorian Village district of Memphis, a neighborhood known for its historic charm and architectural beauty. This location offers visitors a glimpse into the city's past, with the house itself serving as a prime example of early Victorian architecture.
  59. Creative Discovery Museum59

    Creative Discovery Museum

    Chattanooga, TN
    The Creative Discovery Museum, situated in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, is a children's museum that was inaugurated on May 26, 1995. This museum is a hub of creativity and learning, offering a variety of exhibits and programs designed to inspire and educate young minds.
  60. Cookeville Depot Museum60

    Cookeville Depot Museum

    Cookeville, TN
  61. Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers61

    Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers

    Gatlinburg, TN
  62. Children's Museum of Oak Ridge62

    Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

    Oak Ridge, TN
  63. Carnton Plantation63

    Carnton Plantation

    Franklin, TN
    Carnton is a historic home and museum located in Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, United States. It played a significant role during and immediately after the Battle of Franklin during the American Civil War. Today, it is managed by the non-profit organization, The Battle of Franklin Trust.
  64. David Crockett State Park64

    David Crockett State Park

    Lawrenceburg, TN
  65. Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park65

    Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park

    Pall Mall, TN
    Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park is located in Pall Mall, Tennessee. The park is home to the farm and gristmill that were once owned by Alvin C. York, a highly decorated soldier from World War I. Visitors can explore these historical sites and learn about York's life and military service.
  66. National Bird Dog Museum66

    National Bird Dog Museum

    Grand Junction, TN
  67. National Bird Dog Museum67

    National Bird Dog Museum

    Grand Junction, TN
    Tennessee is home to a variety of museums that are run by different institutions including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses. These museums collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest, providing a rich and diverse experience for visitors.
  68. Beechcraft Heritage Museum68

    Beechcraft Heritage Museum

    Tullahoma, TN
  69. Chester Inn Museum69

    Chester Inn Museum

    Jonesborough, TN
  70. Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Park70

    Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Park

    Henderson, TN
    The Pinson Mounds are a significant prehistoric Native American complex situated in Madison County, Tennessee. This complex is located in a region known as the Eastern Woodlands, which is rich in cultural and historical significance. The site offers a unique opportunity to explore the ancient history of Native American civilizations and their architectural prowess.
  71. Green Mcadoo Cultural Center71

    Green Mcadoo Cultural Center

    Clinton, TN
    The Green McAdoo School, located in Clinton, Tennessee, holds a significant place in the history of the United States. It served as the segregated elementary school for African American children until 1965. Today, it stands as a museum, preserving the history and educating visitors about the era of segregation. The school is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, further emphasizing its historical importance.
  72. Museum Center At 5ive Points72

    Museum Center At 5ive Points

    Cleveland, TN
  73. Museum Center At 5ive Points73

    Museum Center At 5ive Points

    Cleveland, TN
    The Museum Center at 5ive Points, located in Cleveland, Tennessee, is a history museum that showcases exhibits on the history of the local region. It provides a comprehensive view of the area's past, making it an ideal destination for those interested in understanding the historical context of the region.
  74. Shiloh National Military Park74

    Shiloh National Military Park

    Crump, TN
  75. Rose Center75

    Rose Center

    Morristown, TN
    The Rose Center, located in Morristown, Tennessee, is a community cultural center that is housed in the historic Rose School. The school was built in 1892 and holds the distinction of being Morristown's first coeducational public high school. Today, the center serves as a hub for cultural activities and events in the community.
  76. Clement Railroad Hotel Museum76

    Clement Railroad Hotel Museum

    Dickson, TN
    The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum is a significant historical site in Tennessee. It is housed in the Hotel Halbrook State Historic Site, which is managed by the Governor Frank G. Clement Railroad Hotel and Historical Museum Corporation, Inc. This museum is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in the state, making it a unique destination for those interested in history and architecture.
  77. Memphis Zoo77

    Memphis Zoo

    Memphis, TN
    The Memphis Zoo, situated in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, has been a significant part of the city since its opening in 1906. As a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), the zoo adheres to high standards of animal care and conservation. This ensures that visitors can enjoy a variety of animal species in a well-maintained and ethical environment.
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    National Museum of African American Music

    Nashville, TN
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    Madame Tussauds Nashville

    Nashville, TN
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    Tennessee Agricultural Museum

    Nashville, TN
  81. Rhea County Heritage and Scopes Trial Museum81

    Rhea County Heritage and Scopes Trial Museum

    Dayton, TN
    The Rhea County Courthouse, constructed in 1891, is renowned for being the location of the Scopes trial in July 1925. This trial saw teacher John T. Scopes face charges for teaching Charles Darwin's theory of evolution in his public school lesson. This event marked a significant moment in American history, representing a clash between fundamentalism and modernism.
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    Beck Cultural Exchange Center

    Knoxville, TN
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    Muse Knoxville

    Knoxville, TN
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    Ijams Nature Center

    Knoxville, TN
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    Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

    Nashville, TN
    The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is a prestigious institution that recognizes and honors the contributions of athletes, teams, coaches, sports writers, and sports executives to the sports industry in the state of Tennessee. It is a place where visitors can learn about the rich sports history of Tennessee and the individuals who have made significant contributions to it.
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    Tennessee State Museum - Military Branch

    Nashville, TN
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    Grassmere Historic Home - Nashville Zoo

    Nashville, TN
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    W. C. Handy Home and Museum

    Memphis, TN
    A museum solely dedicated to one of the most important figures of blues of all time!
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    Danny Thomas/ ALSAC Pavilion

    Memphis, TN
    Lot of informative displays and exhibits concerning science and medicine. Worth visiting.
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    Withers Collection Museum & Gallery

    Memphis, TN
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    Houston Museum of Decorative Arts

    Chattanooga, TN
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    Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum

    Jackson, TN
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    Cookeville History Museum

    Cookeville, TN
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    University of Tennessee Arboretum At Oak Ridge

    Oak Ridge, TN
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    As the River Flows Museum

    Clarksville, TN
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    Greeneville Greene County History Museum

    Greeneville, TN
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    City Garage Car Museum

    Greeneville, TN
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    Cooter's Pigeon Forge

    Pigeon Forge, TN
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    Battles for Chattanooga

    Lookout Mountain, TN
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    Pickett State Park Museum and Research Station

    Pall Mall, TN

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