During the American Civil War, Chattanooga was a major railroad station and at the center of a number of pitched battles. These battles are remembered through numerous battlefield parks and Civil War attractions located in and around the city.
Not only is Crossville and Cumberland County "The Golf Capital of Tennessee," it is home to numerous museums and shopping centers. From the beautiful scenery, to some of the best golf courses in the south, Cumberland County is a great place to vist.
Jackson is the county seat of Madison County and is legendary for being home to Casey Jones, the Illinois Central engineer who, before colliding with a stalled freight train, told his fireman to jump to safety but himself died, saving the lives of his passengers.
Memphis, with a population totaling more than one million people, is the county seat for Shelby County. The city's claims to fame include Graceland, the mansion Elvis Presley lived in during his later years.
Tullahoma's central location just 11 miles from I-24 at the crossroads of Highway 55 and 41A has fostered its growth into a thriving regional commercial, shopping and medical hub.
The excitement is non-stop in Tunica, Mississippi's nine world-class casinos, with the best gaming, sensational dining and the hottest live entertainment between Atlantic City and Las Vegas.
Named after General Mad Anthony Wayne, Wayne County's county seat is Waynesboro. One of Tennessee's most scenic rivers, the Buffalo, meanders through the northern part of Wayne County.