Book your Tennessee getaway
Tours & Tastings
With plenty of wineries and tasting rooms situated less than 30 minutes from Nashville, Tennessee offers plenty of options to make for the perfect weekend getaway.More
Hotels & Resorts
A full range of lodging options are available in many of the small towns blanketing Tennessee. From ultra-modern hotels located in downtown Nashville to luxury resorts, to several high-end inns and delightful B&Bs located throughout the area.More
Bars & Restaurants
Nashville offers a bustling culinary scene that will be sure to please anyone's palette.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
There's a couple of local tour and shuttle companies that you can hire to tour the region. Uber drivers are available in the metro areas, but expect delays as you move further and further away from these cities.More
Activities & Entertainment
From rafting, hiking, winery and whiskey tours, Tennessee offers plenty of options for the whole family to enjoy.More
Know what the best season is to visit Tennessee and what to wear.
Northeastern Tennessee tends to experience more snowfall in the winter due to its lower temperatures and mountain terrain. Winters are mild with the average temperature of 40 degrees.
The budding of wildflowers and dogwoods occurs in spring, and honeysuckles welcome summer.
Summer months are a prime time for outdoor recreation, with an average temperature of 83 degrees.
Fall foliage and crisp air make Tennessee autumns memorable, and wintry weather brings mild flurries of snowfall.
Tennessee's travel tips
Traveling to Tennessee
- For the most flight options, you'll want to point your compass towards Nashville International Airport (BNA). Most of the major carriers offer plenty of non-stop options to this destination, making it an easy leap into Tennessee wine country.
- If you are flying privately, there's plenty of small airports to set as your destination. We always recommend you hire a local driver to get the best experience.
- There's plenty of mass transit options to get around in the metro areas, but the options are limited as you venture out into the country.
Whether you want to take in the wine, the history, the art, the music, sports, or family fun, Tennessee offers plenty of options that your whole group will enjoy.
You’ve heard of Tennessee whiskey, but if you’re looking for something sweet (or dry), you can find it in a tasting room nestled between the rolling hills of Tennessee’s wine country. Check out these four wine trails that touch family-owned vineyards on working farms and sprawling mountaintop estates for a taste of Tennessee flavor waiting to be uncorked.In West Tennessee, the fertile soil of the Mississippi Delta produces Napa-inspired vineyards and award-winning wines. In Jackson, family-owned Century Farm offers locally-made cheeses and charcuteries to complement your wine tastings. Bring the entire family for a vineyard picnic affair. Make sure to stop nearby for a tour of The Carnegie Featuring the Tennessee Legends of Music Museum.
Nestled in Humboldt, Crown Winery is a solar-powered, Tuscan-style villa with 50 acres of vineyards, ponds and trees. You can enjoy a bottle of dry Sangiovese or a sweeter Strawberry Strut among the lush landscapes and feel like you’ve been transported to southern Italy. Recently, their winemaker Barry has turned his attention to malt and hops and the winery now includes a brewery featuring rotating taps.
Although its name might remind you of France, Paris Winery boasts Venetian-style architecture and 26 varieties of wine. Tours and tastings happen daily and the property also features Ruggero’s Italian Bistro, open Fridays and Saturdays, if you feel like taking your Italy-in-Tennessee experience a step further.
Please enjoy responsibly.