If you had a tree house as a kid, it's a fond childhood memory. In East Nashville, one child's tree house is now one of that neighborhood's newest and most unique eateries. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to the Treehouse Restaurant. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Carnton Plantation and the Carter House are two of Franklin, TN's famous Civil War landmarks, each having played a part in the pivotal Battle of Franklin in 1864. Now history buffs have another historic destination to explore. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Lotz House.
Tennessee Crossroads met a couple that always had a penchant for collecting relics from the past. In a way, their hobby led to them finding and buying a historic farm house in Cornersville, TN. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Historic Lairdland Farm House.
Tressa Bush discovers why audiences in Crossville can't seem to get enough of one particular Cumberland County Playhouse actor.
Bloomington Springs, TN
It was exciting climbing trees as a kid to see just how high you could go. Maybe you were even lucky enough to have had a tree house. A Putnam County couple never grew up, I guess, because they've taken the tree house to another level. They created a tree B&B! Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Like many of the country inns we visited, it was not only a dream home but a work in progress. Tennessee Crossroads made a return visit to the Whitestone Inn in Kingston, TN to see how the dream has remarkably unfolded for its proud owners. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Joe Elmore travels to a Lynchburg landmark where boarding house dining is a huge attraction.
Red Boiling Springs, TN
Red Boiling Springs, TN got its name from the red tinted water that used to flow freely there in the early part of the 1900's. Back then, people converged on the town because they thought the water had healing powers. As the word spread, the town became a popular destination and dozens of hotels were built. Today only three remain, and one of them is the Thomas House. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
We visit a toy shop in Nashville where most of the “new” toys are decades old.
Tammi Arender finds good coffee and good folks at Adopted Farmhouse Coffee Co.
Rock Island State Park is one of Tennessee's most pristine, natural playgrounds. A great place to go for the weekend. There's hiking, camping and communing with nature. But when dinnertime comes around there's an out-of-the-way jewel of a place that was so good. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about the Foglight Food House.