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Wheelchair Accessible Destinations: Tennessee

Known as the state that birthed Country Music, Tennessee is home to many attractions and destinations. From museums to state parks, the state offers a wide variety of tourist attractions. Among the attractions, there is a vast variety of wheelchair accessible destinations.

1)  Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum- Nashville

In the building where more than 35,000 songs were created, you can take a tour of a historic recording studio. From the likes of Elvis Presley to Dolly Parton and Vince Gill, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is an attraction to see! The tours include a look at 800 stage costumes, 600 instruments, and many other artifacts ranging from microphones used by talent and automobiles. CMHF&M is every music lover's dream. The attraction is equipped with various devices to assist those with special needs in order to allow every visitor with the most enjoyable experience possible.

2) Jack Daniel's Distillery- Lynchburg

Drinker or not--you'll be amazed by the tour of the Jack Daniel Distillery. Here you'll unravel the story behind the famous whiskey known as Jack Daniel's. The tour is mostly outdoors, but you will get a taste of a hometown product during one of the sampling tours. Sampling hours are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis Monday through Saturday (9 am-4:30 pm.) You can request a modified tour with an accessible bus as tours cover a lot of ground. 

3) Tennessee Aquarium- Chattanooga

In the middle of the vast amount and wide interest coverage of attractions in Tennessee stands the Tennessee Aquarium. The aquarium consists of more than 10,000 animals and was voted as the best attraction in Chattanooga and as the best attraction nationwide in three categories; customer satisfaction, service, and quality. With mindblowing films shown in the IMAX 3D Theater, a riverboat cruise on the River Gorge Explorer, and an array of water animals, you can see why it is so loved. All the exhibits are wheelchair accessible, and wheelchairs are available for rent.

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  1. AustinCidric
    hall of fame is cool
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