There is not a more unique place for music, attractions and historical destinations then the state of Tennessee. The Civil War raged in many areas of Tennessee. This heritage is celebrated in Harrogate at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum. The museum houses many artifacts from "Honest Abe" and the Civil War. Tennessee has more amusement parks than you could ever possible imagine. One of the state’s most popular destinations is Dollywood. Named after the iconic country singer, Dolly Parton, the park thrills its visitors with 130 acres of topsy-turvy roller coasters, wondrous shows and just plain fun.
Dolly and all of her country friends have made the city of Nashville famous. The city is never far from its country music roots as is seen by the world famous Grand Ole Opry. You will never know which famous country star will be stopping at the Opry on any given night. Before heading to an incredibly musical night at the Opry, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and celebrate the genre’s glorious past and exciting present.