Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains From Tennessee’s legendary musical heritage to stunning national parks and natural wonders, visitors experience a feeling found in every note played, every road travelled and every memory made – Made In Tennessee. 1a  Walk in the footsteps of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll in an exciting journey around Graceland - the home of Elvis Presley. 1b  The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis is where civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. 2 Jackson, the home of Rockabilly, has a thriving downtown, the Casey Jones Village and the Old Country Store. 3a  In Nashville, tip your hats to country, bluegrass and gospel stars at the Ryman Auditorium. 3b  The Johnny Cash Museum has culminated into a fine celebration of The Man in Black. 4  The Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg is just one of 25 distilleries on the Tennessee Whiskey Trail. 5a  Chattanooga’s Songbirds Guitar Museum is an amazing collection of timeless guitars. 5b  Visit Chattanooga’s Lookout Mountain where you’ll find the Incline Railway, Ruby Falls and Rock City Gardens. 6a  Tennessee’s beauty is highlighted by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, with over 850 miles of hiking trails. 6b  Dollywood is a world-class theme park with thrilling entertainment and a unique location in Pigeon Forge. 7  Celebrated at the Birthplace of Country Music, the legendary Bristol Sessions took place in downtown Bristol in 1927. Honky Tonk Highway, Nashville Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg