Tennessee is the place to be for all things music, especially country. It’s where the Soundtrack of America was made after all!

Music lovers will flip for Tennessee’s big cities of Nashville, Memphis and Bristol, each bursting with music history and nightlife. Whiskey fans will be delighted to learn that there’s a whole type of whiskey named after Tennessee, not to mention numerous whiskey festivals throughout the year. Music and booze aside, Tennessee has heaps of ways to keep the kids busy, whether it’s camping in Great Smoky Mountains or sitting atop the Wonder Wheel at the Dollywood theme park.

Frequently Asked Questions about Tennessee

What is the capital of Tennessee?

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee. Interestingly enough, three other cities-Knoxville, Kingston, and Murfreesboro-have served as the state capital in the past, though Kingston held that honour for just one day in 1807.

Where is Graceland?

Graceland is the former estate of Elvis Presley, better known as "The King of Rock and Roll". It's located about 14.5 kilometres from downtown Memphis, Tennessee. The physical address of Graceland is 3764 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN, 38116.