American history, music, and nature aficionados can all rejoice in the state of Tennessee. The state’s East, Central, and West regions are home to Civil War sites memorials, alongside the history of popular music that has provided the soundtrack to our lives. The eastern region of Tennessee is the birthplace of country music. It also contains many of the highest peaks in the eastern United States, which can be found the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A visit to eastern Tennessee isn’t complete without visiting Knoxville and Chattanooga. It’s also home to the famed amusement park, Dollywood. The center of the state is home to its capital, Nashville. The rolling hills that surround Nashville give hints at the rock ‘n roll visitors find in the one and only Music City. After a stop at the Jack Daniel’s distillery, a stop at legendary music heritage spots like the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a must. Western Tennessee was and remains home to the Elvis, the King himself. The Mississippi River creates the westernmost boarder and hugs Memphis, the region’s largest city. This region truly has it all, with natural wonders, dynamic history, and legendary music. No matter what region you decide to visit, you’ll be rock and rolling in the state of Tennessee!