15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Tennessee

Tennessee, nicknamed The Volunteer State, sure has a lot of places to see and visit. When browsing through some of the most amazing pictures I was surely amazed with how many awesome sites I still have to visit in this state!

Lover’s Leap

Lover´s Leap in Rock City Gardens, St. Elmo, Chattanooga

Source: Flickr

Lover´s Leap in Rock City Gardens, St. Elmo, Chattanooga

Tennessee is home to some beautiful natural sights, but perhaps the best of the lot can be found at Lover’s Leap, which is where you can spot seven differed states – how many can you see? The rare white Fallow deer can also be seen within the Rock City attraction, but for the best views of the land surrounding Lookout Mountain visitors will have to be brave enough to cross the Swing-A-Long bridge. From Lover’s Leap you will, on a clear day, be able to see Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. If you squint, you might just make out Kentucky and Virginia too – a great test for the eyes.


List of Image Sources

15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Tennessee:

  • Lover´s Leap in Rock City Gardens, St. Elmo, Chattanooga: Flickr
  • Great Smoky Mountain National Park: travelblahblah
  • Twin Arches Loop Trail at Big South Fork National River: bloglovin
  • Rainbow Hall – Lookout Mountain at The Tennessee-Georgia Border: Flickr
  • Rock Island State Park, Tennessee: flickr
  • Burgess Falls State Park: roadtrippers
  • Gatlinburg, Tennessee in Winter: thisivyhouse
  • Hurricane Mills: darrindevault
  • Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Flickr
  • Minister’s House in Crossville, Tenessee. The largest tree house in the world.: all-that-is-interesting
  • Dollywood Express Steam Train, Conner Heights, Pigeon Forge: Flickr
  • Cade’s Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Flickr
  • Cumberland Caverns, McMinnville: viralnova
  • The abandoned Tennessee State Penitentiary: guiddoo
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Flickr