If you ask someone what Tennessee is known for, they would probably say, music. That is no surprise considering Tennessee is the home of the Grand Ole Opry, Dollywood (a Dolly Parton theme park), the Country Music Hall of Fame and Elvis’ Graceland. Even if you are not a fan of country music or Elvis; Tennessee has something to offer you.
This state is a thrilling to place visit, rich in history and activity. Activities can include outdoor adventures, like hiking, fishing and hunting but also indoor activities like going to museums, shopping or theater. A fun fact about Tennessee is that it is home to the world’s largest underground lake.
The Lost Sea at Craighead Caverns is 4.5 acres and sits 140 feet below surface. That is only one of many exciting facts about this state. A trip to Tennessee, also known as the Volunteer state, can uncover more stimulating facts.
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