Marijuana Seeds Tennessee: Souvenir Seeds
From the Great Smoky Mountains to the streets of Nashville, Tennessee is alive with music, culture, and color that no other state can match. Home to The Grand Ole Opry, Graceland, and Dollywood, this state is a music mecca and you will never run out of ideas on how to spend the average day in the state. Tennessee has an underground but vibrant cannabis culture as well, and you can join it when you order from our Wholesale Seeds Store at weed-seeds.com.
Historically, Nashville is known as The Athens of the south for its pursuit of higher learning, however, in 1897 the city doubled down and built The Parthenon. Yes, you read right, The Parthenon. Built to celebrate Tennessee’s one-hundredth centennial of statehood, the feat of American engineering is located in Nashville’s Centennial Park. Although it wasn’t made to last long after the centennial celebrations, the structure proved to be so popular with Tennesseans that its demolition was canceled and the structure was preserved. To this day it remains the only scale replica of the ancient Greek temple in the world. The state’s other big city, Memphis, is the site of Graceland, Elvis Presley’s home and playground. Elvis originally built the estate to help him escape into more private surroundings. Since his passing and the subsequent conversion to a museum, the house has become the second most visited private home in the country, surpassed by only The White House.
Tennessee is also the birthplace of another iconic American musician, Dolly Parton. The country songstress was born in Locust Ridge at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains. As a testament to the area, Dolly did not move away when she became famous. Instead, she purchased an amusement park called Silver Dollar City, which most folks will now recognize as Dollywood. The park has become as popular with locals as it is with tourists and offers more than just rides and exhibits. Dolly Parton herself insisted that the park be designed to celebrate the culture of the state so all could experience good southern hospitality. The multi-talented country music star is loved for her down-home spirit and she continues to do a lot of philanthropy work.
Greek temples and amusement parks aside, Tennessee is home to the world’s largest permanent Titanic museum. Seems, Tennesseans have such a love of the infamous ship that they built a scale model of the stern half of the famous vessel. It is located in Pigeon Forge and certainly not what you would expect to find 300 miles from the ocean but worth the visit just for the souvenir ticket with an actual Titanic passenger’s name on it.
Natural wonders abound in Tennessee as well and the Lost Sea at Craighead Caverns is a must-see. The ancient subglacial lake is the largest of its kind in the world. Visitors can hop on a boat and cruise the crystal clear waters of the underground lake which includes a waterfall and several large crystal stalactite formations. Of course, you can go even deeper underground at the Bell Witch Caves in Adams, TN. Located underneath the former Bell farm, the story says that the Bell family was haunted by an evil witch. Tiring of her presence, the family chased her into what is now known as her cave. Legend has it that from then on, children could hear her calling out from the cave to come to her. You can find out yourself by taking a guided tour and not getting lost like her, or worse, with her. Better yet, just skip the whole thing and roll yourself up some homegrown Tennessee bud and just say you went in. We won’t tell anyone.