Former jewelry store and private residence built in the Italian Renaissance style.
Visit the city's first indoor shopping area, dating back to 1903.
National Historic Landmark known as the "Mother Church of Country Music"
A Nashville country music institution and world-famous honky-tonk
From a flour warehouse in 1907 to a feed supply mid-century, now a restaurant plus music venue today.
Home to many saloons and gambling parlors in the late 1800s
Fortification built by after Nashville was captured by the Union during the Civil War
This replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece was built for Tennessee's 1897 Centennial Exposition
One of the best preserved early Italianate houses in the area, dating back to 1802
Built in 1918, Stone Hall is an important example of Colonial Revival architecture
A natural cave and geologic wonder with a colorful history that includes river pirates.
13,000 Cherokees crossed the Ohio River at Golconda by ferry as part of the 'Trail of Tears' to Oklahoma
Metropolis is nestled on the banks of the Ohio River, a wealth of fun and exciting things to do.
Lose yourself in the famed Rim Rock Trail and Garden of the Gods.
A must-see location featured on the Illinois quarter.
Hiking, camping, fishing, boating, and a life-size bronze statue of the Shawnee Chief Tecumseh
Deep inside the Shawnee National forest, southeast of Harrisburg, you'll come face-to-face with this face
Looking for ATV/OHV trails? Williams Hill Pass is the place for you!
A favorite for photographers, this fall is 35 feet from top to bottom, but in beautiful surroundings.
After an exciting day exploring the wetlands, refuel with food and drinks at this winery and restaurant.
Over the river and through the woods to the cypress swamp we go.
The southernmost point in the state, where the Ohio River flows into the muddy Mississippi River.
If your adventure starts Monday through Friday, this is a great place to stop for some helpful tips.
A 2.5-mile-long city biking/walking trail connects to the 45-mile Tunnel Hill State Trail.
Hike Wildcat Bluff for the soaring views, natural beauty, and up-close-and-personal bird watching.