Anyone booking flights to Tennessee will likely have a piece of Elvis paraphernalia, a love of country music or a desire to hike through the most famous mountains in America. Tennessee can explore The Great Smokey Mountains National Park and more than 3,800 caves in the state before paying respects at Elvis' house.
Flights to Tennessee take travelers to heart of rock and roll, blues, country and soul music. In Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry still broadcasts live every Friday and Saturday night. Elvis Presley's Graceland home is located in Memphis and is the second most visited house in the country (the White House ranks first). Nashville is known as the country music Mecca -- the $2 billion-a-year music industry keeps visitors booking flights to Tennessee every year.
But as the music played on, Tennessee saw its share of turmoil. Memphis is also the site of the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Dr. was killed in 1968. The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis preserves the motel and provides visitors with a history lesson of the American Civil Rights Movement. Book flights to Tennessee to see this beautiful, historic state, and to find your place amid the music.