10 Places to Visit in Tennessee This Fall

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Discover events, festivals, activities and attractions across the state this fall. We’ve featured a few fall 2020 and places to go on the map below in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Tourism. Click the map to zoom in, and check out other events happening in Tennessee here.

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Tennessee destinations fall

Discovery Park of America

Union City

Plan a road trip to this hidden gem. Discovery Park of America is a museum full of artifacts and galleries, sitting on 50 acres of inspiration and fall foliage. From an incredible military collection to Native American artifacts to the lush gardens and grounds, there is something for everyone to discover. Enjoy the Southern Heritage Arts and Crafts Fest Sept. 26-27 and the Cruise-In on Oct. 10. Buy tickets online for extra savings.

(731) 885-5455


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