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The Music. Made in Tennessee.
The Music. Made in Tennessee.
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Tendez l’oreille. Vous entendez ? La musique du Tennessee est la véritable bande-son de l’Amérique. Le genre de musique salvatrice qui vous fait taper du pied et dodeliner de la tête. Elle inonde de ses paroles et de ses mélodies ces lieux qui ont vu naître et grandir la country, le blues, le rock’n’roll, la soul et tant d’autres influences musicales. De Grand Ole Opry, célèbre émission de radio de Nashville, à Beale Street, mythique rue de Memphis, en passant par les sessions improvisées de bluegrass sur les porches de Bristol, le Tennessee est l'endroit où tout a commencé sans ne jamais s'arrêter.

Toute cette magie opère à chaque gorgée de Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, et dans chaque bouchée de la succulente cuisine typique des États du Sud. C’est cet esprit créatif qui a permis aux artistes, aux visionnaires et aux pionniers de façonner l’Amérique. Fermez les yeux et laissez cette sensation vous envahir : c’est le Tennessee, le seul, l’unique. Venez le découvrir. Laissez-le vous envoûter. Vivez l’authenticité d’un séjour « Made in Tennessee ».

The Music. Made in Tennessee.
The Music. Made in Tennessee.
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View of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the USA.

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Clouds settling over the landscape in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Waterfalls, sinks, domes, peaks, forests and lakes – the list of natural wonders here is endless. Hike, bike, kayak, climb and drive the winding roads and rivers, or go horseback riding, fishing or ride the rails. Mountain towns preserve the folk culture of the region, so spend some time visiting at the inns, restaurants and shops you’ll find tucked away here.  

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Nashville’s Music Row

Clustered on 16th and 17th Avenues are a host of buildings where, for 70 years, some of the USA’s most seminal music has been written, recorded and performed. Tour the area with stops at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry, which keep the tradition alive by continuously supporting and celebrating the industry’s artists and by hosting live performances.

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Fall colors near Ober Gatlinburg in Tennessee

Ober Gatlinburg

A perfect blend of outdoor adventure and theme park attractions, this park in the Smoky Mountains offers skiing and a dozen other amusements inspired by the landscape, like tram rides, the Mountain Coaster and the Alpine Slide, plus encounters with the mountain wildlife.

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National Civil Rights Museum

Housed in downtown Memphis’ Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr. spent his final moments, this museum is home to 260 artifacts that walk visitors through the history of racial equality in the USA. Listening posts, films and other interactive media put you in the midst of milestone events and in the shoes of those who experienced them.

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Fort Donelson National Battlefield

Tour these grounds, site of a key Civil War defeat for the Confederates, and see the river batteries, military cemetery and the Dover Hotel, where Grant accepted the Confederate surrender. Guided tours across the battlefield retrace the steps of those involved in the conflict.

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Exterior view of the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee

The Parthenon

Behind this painstaking recreation of ancient Athens’ Parthenon and 12-meter high Athena statue in Nashville's Centennial Park is an art museum dedicated to the work of 19th and 20th century American artists. Galleries here cater to temporary shows and traveling exhibits.

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Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

A variety of themed tours led by costumed interpreters are on offer at the seventh U.S. president’s home, a historic example of a 19th century Tennessee farm. Explore the grounds, gardens and additional homes and buildings connected to the estate.

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Riding one of the loops from the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

Ride the rails on one of four trips ranging from a short local loop to longer excursions across bridges, river gorges and through pre-Civil War tunnels. 

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Dollywood

Rides for all ages, cabins you can stay in and even a train, the Dollywood Express, make this singer’s Smoky Mountain theme park one of the very best places to play in the region.  

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Graceland

A visit to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s mansion is more than just a look into his domestic life; here you find Elvis’ most treasured possessions and interests on display, including his automobile and jet collection, substantial archives documenting his life’s work and the trophy building, dedicated to honoring the singer’s legacy. 

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Site de tourisme officiel du Tennessee

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Point d'observation dans le parc national des Great Smoky Mountains
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Townsend