10 Places to Visit in Tennessee This Fall

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Travel Tennessee this fall for fun events, attractions, activities and festivals across the state. We’ve also featured a few fall 2019 events and places to go on the map above in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development.

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Tina Turner Museum

Tina Turner Museum; photo courtesy of the West TN Delta Heritage Center

Tina Turner Heritage Days

Sept. 27-29, Brownsville

This celebration centers around the legacy of Flagg Grove School and its claim to fame as the alma mater of Anna Mae Bullock, now known as Tina Turner. The historic schoolhouse was moved from its original spot in Nutbush to the Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville. Fans gather from near and far to celebrate her music at the festival, which includes live music and local tours, among other attractions.

See more: 4 Stops on the Tennessee Music Pathways That Have Made Tennessee the Soundtrack of America


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