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The Banana Festival

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The once International Banana Festival in the Twin Cities of Fulton Ky. and South Fulton Tn. Home of the world’s largest Banana Pudding. The festival occurs in September each year.

The Tennessee Soybean Festival

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We are fortunate to have a collaborative effort of the University of Tennessee at Martin, local industry and businesses, leaders in agriculture, churches and community organizations, and countless other volunteers who work together to make the festival bigger and better each year. The Soybean Festival provides an opportunity for food, fun and fellowship, all in celebration of Weakley County’s cash crop- the soybean. The festival occurs early September every year.

Discovery Park of America

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Discovery Park of America, located in Union City, TN, offers visitors a world-class entertainment and educational experience with more than 70,000 SF of exhibits focused on nature, science, technology, history, and art; and 50-acres of gardens, grounds and exhibits focused on history.

Reelfoot Lake State Park

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Reelfoot Lake State Park is a state park in the northwest corner of Tennessee in the United States. It encompasses Reelfoot Lake and is situated in Lake and Obion counties. A major hunting and fishing preserve, it comprises 25,000 acres, 15,000 acres of which are water, and harbors almost every kind of shorebird, as well as the golden and American bald eagles.

White Squirrel Winery

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Sanderson Family Farm grows 18 acres of grapes for rich, flavorful wines on their 90 acre farm & vineyard in the rolling hills of Northwest Tennessee. Among the vines are peach, apple and pear orchards and blackberry and blueberry brambles for fruit wines.

Columbus Belmont State Park

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Columbus-Belmont State Park, on the shores of the Mississippi River in Hickman County, near Columbus, Kentucky, is the site of a Confederate fortification built during the American Civil War. The site was considered by both North and South to be strategically significant in gaining and keeping control of the Mississippi River.

The Carson Center

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A regional, multiple-use facility with adequate space for public and private events of all types. Superb staging and acoustics for a wide variety of entertainment, cultural and education programming.

Land Between the Lakes

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The Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is a United States National Recreation Area located in Kentucky and Tennessee between Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake.

The National Quilt Museum

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The National Quilt Museum is a destination for quilters and art enthusiasts worldwide, annually the Museum receive visitors from all 50 US states and over 45 foreign countries from every continent. The Museum’s in-facility and traveling exhibits are viewed by over 110,000 people per year.

Paducah Main Street

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Paducah’s historic downtown and the Lower Town Arts District are among the most charming and desirable neighborhoods in the country. With arts, culture and recreation all within walking distance and an excess of charm and personality, the historic Downtown and Lower Town offers the highest quality of life