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One-Year Family Plus or Family Deluxe Membership at Chattanooga Zoo (Up to 40% Off)

Chattanooga Zoo

Bushtown - Highland Park

Family memberships grant year-round access to the zoo plus carousel rides and optional Up Close Encounters tour passes

$75 $45

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Smartphone Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures-Chattanooga (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures-Chattanooga

Downtown Chattanooga

Teams grab their smartphones before exploring the city while finding clues and solving puzzles in order to earn points and finish the race

$40 $20

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Two or Four Admissions or Individual or Family Membership at Bessie Smith Cultural Center (Up to 50% Off)

Bessie Smith Cultural Center

Downtown Chattanooga

Museum and performance hall named for blues legend Bessie Smith hosts educational exhibits and artistic events

$14 $7

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Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Downtown Chattanooga

A two-hour walking tour covers Chattanooga’s most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$50 $25

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Dairy-Farm Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Noble Springs Dairy (Up to 56% Off)

Noble Springs Dairy

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Tours take guests throughout the goat dairy farm, spotlighting the milk parlor and cheese-making facility, as well as the farm animals

$24 $12

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$30 for a Visit to The Carter House, Carnton Plantation, and Lotz House Museum ($40 Value)

The Carter House, Carnton Plantation, and Lotz House Museum

Multiple Locations

Visitors learn about the Civil War and the Battle of Franklin at three historical sites, including a museum with antiques and fine art

$40 $30

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Haunted Walking Tour for One or Two from Franklin on Foot (Up to 42% Off)

Franklin On Foot

Franklin

Discover the old haunts of departed socialites, spies, and Confederate soldiers during a 90-minute stroll

$18 $11

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Visit for Two Adults or Family of Four to Lotz House Museum (50% Off)

Lotz House Museum

Franklin

Relive the tribulations of the Lotz family in late November 1864, when they weathered the bloody battle of Franklin

$30 $15

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Nashville Food Tour by Van for One or Two from Nashville Food Adventures (Up to 35% Off)

Nashville Food Adventures

Multiple Locations

Foodies stop at 4–6 eateries on themed tours such as Barbecue Pit Stops, Wineries of Middle Tennessee, East Nashville Food Hop & Global Eats

$65 $45

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$25 for Two Slash Passes on October 26 to Hauntanel at The Fontanel Mansion ($40 Value)

Hauntanel at The Fontanel Mansion

Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance)

Family-friendly, two-mile hayride through the moonlit woods alongside a gruesome fun house, a clown tent, and a graveyard

$40 $25

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Tales of Terror for Two or Four at Travellers Rest Plantation on October 23 (Up to 60% Off)

Travellers Rest Plantation

Crieve Hall

Listen to scary stories around a fire before grabbing a lantern and embarking on a mysterious scavenger hunt at this historic house

$24 $12

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$17 for Admission for Two – Including "The Legends of Sun Records" – at The Johnny Cash Museum ($30 Value)

The Johnny Cash Museum

Nashville

New exhibit at acclaimed museum details the Man in Black’s connections to Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and the rest of the Sun Records roster

$30 $17

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Music City Rollin' Jamboree Tour for Two, Four, or Six (Up to 49% Off)

The Music City Rollin' Jamboree

Nashville

Tourists BYOB and sing along to country tunes as comedians steer a fun bus tour of downtown and Music Row’s biggest sights

$65 $39

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One Photo Package with General Lee or $8 for $20 Worth of Merchandise at Cooter's Place

Cooter's Place

Nashville

At this Dukes of Hazzard museum, take photos with the Dodge Charger driven by Bo and Luke or purchase souvenirs like hats or beer cozies

$20 $8

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Walking Adventure for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Nashville

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Nashville

Nashville

Visit 10-12 checkpoints throughout the city to answer trivia questions, take selfies of fun tasks, and score points to top the competition

$40 $20

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Discover Nashville Tour or Two or Four from Joyride Nashville (Up to 64% Off)

Joyride Nashville

Nashville

90-minute tours in open-air shuttles visit 38 locations such as Music City Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, and Bicentennial Mall

$90 $35

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Admission for Two or Four or Family Admission for Two Adults and Two Kids to Historic Rock Castle (Up to 50% Off)

Historic Rock Castle

Hendersonville

The oldest building in Middle Tennessee, the Historic Rock Castle now houses numerous authentic period items, from quills to china

$14 $8

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Creamery Tour with Goat Cheese for One or Two, or $15 for $18.99 Worth of Cheese at Belle Chevre

Belle Chevre

Elkmont

Folks get a behind the scene look at how goat cheese is made at creamery housed in an old town cotton warehouse

$18.99 $10

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Visit for Two or Four to Museum Center at 5ive Points (Up to 45% Off)

Museum Center at 5ive Points

Cleveland

Learn about the history of the Ocoee region through permanent exhibits, or temporary exhibits about the Civil War or dirt track racing

$10 $6

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Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel Museum Visit for Two or Four (Up to 55% Off)

Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel

West Whitfield

Guests traipse through historic railroad tunnel built in 1848 and view rotating exhibits inside museum

$20 $11

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The Discovery Center enlivens kids’ learning experiences by cleverly disguising exhibits as awesome playtime arenas. Tiny tots and even 10-year-olds are encouraged to run wild at this hands-on children’s museum and nature center, trying their hand at the many fun activities.

At the creation station, which is stocked with paint, clay, chalk, paper, and just about anything a young da Vinci or police sketch artist needs, kids are free to unleash their creative potential. Alternatively, at the fire-truck exhibit, they can put on a firefighter’s boots and hat and climb aboard the full-sized 1954 Oren fire truck to learn about a firefighter’s job in Murfreesboro. Nearby, at Tennessee Live!, they can get in touch with their natural surroundings when they come face-to-face with turtles, fish, and snakes at the living stream table, dig in the fossil pit, and learn about the customs of the native Cherokee.

502 SE Broad St
Murfreesboro,
TN
US

Replete with ornate gardens and a brick mansion fronted by towering, white columns, Rippavilla Plantation winds the clock back to the time of the Civil War. In the fall, the smells of bonfires and steaming hot chocolate fill the sprawling grounds as they host pumpkin paintings and other old-timey, outdoor fun. The Rippavilla corn maze tests internal compasses and scarecrow-bribing techniques on a 10-acre, labyrinthine path. As they pass through the maze, guests encounter signs that boast historical facts about major Civil War battles in 1862, putting them in touch with the site's legacy. For a plus-size serving of fresh, autumn air, guests can also board the hayride to circle the grounds, which are devoid of the sinister ghouls that often emerge at many fall festivals; instead, the grounds remain family-friendly throughout the night.

5700 Main St
Spring Hill,
TN
US

Perched atop an 80-foot bluff overlooking the Tennessee River, Hunter Museum of American Art hosts collections ranging from colonial times to contemporary America. The permanent collection includes historical works by renowned painters such as Thomas Cole, Mary Cassatt, and Winslow Homer as well as contemporary pieces in less traditional mediums such as filmmaking, which artists turned to after paintbrushes went extinct. Educational programs guide visitors through these core works as well as temporary exhibits, which have included Depression-era photographs by Dorothea Lange and the sculptural installation art of Beverly Semmes.

Hunter Museum's buildings are as much a work of art as the paintings they house. An outdoor sculpture plaza and a sleek structure of steel and glass built in 2005 give the compound a contemporary edge. In contrast, the massive fireplaces and hand-carved woodwork inside the original edifice—a classical revival-style mansion built in 1904—recall the days when horses still chauffeured their owners around in Ford Model Ts.

10 Bluff View St
Chattanooga,
TN
US

The framing experts at Reflections Gallery & Framing have prepared photographs, artwork, and family heirlooms for display while guarding them against wear and tear with custom framing for 25 years. Conservation-quality materials, such as UV-filtering glass, guards keepsakes against damaging sun rays and radioactive art critics, and acid-free paper and pH-neutral mats preserve images by eschewing photo-unfriendly chemicals found in ordinary materials. Gussy up a standard 11”x14” photograph for the gallery ($95) with standard glass and backing, frame a 16”x20” oil painting ($98), or shield-dress an 8”x10” wall hanging ($131). Custom shadow boxes can present a vast array of physical memorabilia, from a collection of butterflies to baby’s first split atom. While selecting a frame, visitors at Reflections can sip complimentary beverages from the hot-tea bar and peruse the gallery’s rotating lineup of local original art.

6922 Lee Hwy
Chattanooga,
TN
US

The International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum recounts the history of roadside tow-truck drivers with a variety of exhibits, vehicles, and artifacts. The museum resides about three miles from the building site of the industry's first wrecker in 1916, and the museum commemorates such vehicular innovation with displays of antique wreckers created in its wake alongside showcases of old-fashioned equipment. Delight little ones and stir nostalgic waters for reflective grandparents as you follow the tow truck's evolution through antique toys, memorabilia, and stories of the professionals who risk their lives for fellow motorists daily.

3315 Broad St
Chattanooga,
TN
US

Priscilla was born in Bristol, England in 1967. She toiled in public transportation until the 1980s, when she begrudgingly entered early retirement. She spent some of it in Liverpool, and some in Flitwick, but eventually succumbed to the promise of greener pastures in the U.S.—she moved to Kansas in 1993, and eventually settled in Tennessee.

Priscilla is the double-decker bus that Rufus, the owner of Nashville Double Decker, loads up with guests before touring the city. The idea for a bus-tour company came to him before his second deployment with the Tennessee Army National Guard on a visit to Nashville. He took a trolley tour that left him disappointed. The tour didn’t cross any of the city’s bridges, and he couldn’t enjoy some of Nashville’s best views thanks to the trolley’s closed top. So while Rufus was still overseas, he convinced a friend to drive Priscilla across the country from Washington, and now she shows guests the sites around Nashville.

PO Box 4508
Chattanooga,
TN
US