TN's 127 Sale Arts & Culture Sites
Good Neighbors Theatre, Inc. got its start under the direction of the Friends of Cordell Hull in 2000, later becoming a separate organization. It was incorporated and achieved its non-profit 502(3)c status in 2002. GNT, an all-volunteer organization, has been hosting performances of all kinds—plays, dinner theater, mystery theater, music and magic—since its start.
Since 1998, Holly Ridge Winery has been producing award-winning wines made from grapes grown in sloping vineyards surrounding the winery. Much emphasis is placed on viticulture at the winery as they want to use only the highest quality grapes for their wines.
West Wind Farm is a small family owned farm that specializes in organic sustainable livestock and pasture production. They have a beautiful view, and would love for you to stop by and learn more about who they are and what their vision is for West Wind Farm.
Tennessee's oldest licensed winery specializing in handcrafted wines. Known for their famous Muscadine wine and their Old World charm. Free tastings, tours, and music (time permitting) . Wedding venues are also available at teh Highland Manor.
Stonehaus Winery a family owned winery located high atop Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau produces a generous variety of wines from the dryer sparkling Seval Blanc to the sweeter and much beloved Muscadine, otherwise know as “God’s gift to the sunny south”.
This "Largest Treehouse in the World" was built by minister Horace Burgess in the 1990's in honor of the Holy Father. It took 11 years to finish and is open to the public. Since its completion The Treehouse has become one of the most visited attractions in Tennessee.
Situated on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, 2000' feet above sea level, the "Chestnut Hill Winery" is a "Place to Taste". While visiting, ask for a tour of the winery. Learn about the winemaking process, different types of wine, and how they are bottled and stored.
The Palace is fully restored multi-use community auditorium and visitors' center. Originally the Palace was intended to be an entertainment center and has stayed true to that historic vision, featuring live entertainment in variety of musical styles.
The Cumberland County Playhouse is now the only major non-profit professional performing arts resource in rural Tennessee, and one of the 10 largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor states, young audience productions, a comprehensive dance program, a concert series and touring shows.
Sunset Jammers is the place to be for great Bluegrass music. There is a show scheduled each month. For more scheduled details please visit the website.
"Specializing in Tennessee Handmade Products," including local painted wood crafts, jewelry, gift baskets, local jams, and handmade doll clothes and needlework. This shop straddles the line between local and visitor clientele, with both a "Tea Room" and a "teen room" with beads, picture frames, novelty gifts, jewelry, and beanie babies. There is an ice cream counter, and a unique gift section.
Wooden’s Apple House is a family owned business that has been in operation for over 50 years. The orchards have grown to almost 100 acres since Oren Wooden’s father planted his first tree, and now the farm produces over 18 varieties of apples, pumpkins, and other assorted vegetables.
Located in the historic Dayton, Tennessee, this custom picture frame store is also the home of local artist's studios. ArtCrafters offers various classes in the arts and crafts taught by our local artisans or teachers in the arts from the area. In addition, you can buy a tastey beverage in their coffee shop while you browse their gallery and store.
Enjoy good southern food as you experience the truth about the Civil War in this moving performance. The "The Great Civil War Exposition," has been touring nationally for 15 years and has found a permanent home in the Old Buttonwillow Church Dinner Theater in Whitwell, Tennessee.
Sequatchie Cove Farm is a 300 acre farm at the foot of the Cumberland Plateau. Only 30 minutes from Chattanooga, the farm is bordered by the Little Sequatchie River and is surrounded by thousands of acres of pristine Tennessee wilderness. They invite you to visit them but please call ahead of time before you drop by using the phone number provided.