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See the home of Nobel-Prize winning author, Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Florida, courtesy Rob O'Neal Photography
Learn more about the life of Johnny Cash at the Cash family home in Dyess, Arkansas, courtesy Ken West Photography
Visitors can learn more about "Bear" Bryant one of the most famous coaches in college football at the Paul W. Bryant Museum on the University of Alabama campus, courtesy
The Arcade Restaurant in Memphis has been the backdrop to multiple movies and was frequented by Elvis Presley, photo by Philip Parker
Diane Lane and John Malkovich in "Secretariat" during filming at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky, courtesy Keeneland
The cemeteries of New Orleans have been featured in many films including "Interview with A Vampire," courtesy New Orleans Metropolitan CVB
the original slave cabins at Boone Hall Plantation in South Carolina,  have been featured in multiple films, courtesy Boone Hall Plantation
Chincoteague Ponies at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in VIrginia, courtesy Daisy's Island Cruises
kayakers at sunset, courtesy Outer Banks Adventures
Travelers will enjoy spotting birds, manatees and other animals on a wildlife tour, courtesy Double R's Fishing and Tours Company
Travelers can see dolphins and other sea animals onboard a sightseeing cruise, courtesy Captain Derek's Dolphin Adventure
See the home of Nobel-Prize winning author, Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Florida, courtesy Rob O'Neal Photography
Learn more about the life of Johnny Cash at the Cash family home in Dyess, Arkansas, courtesy Ken West Photography
Visitors can learn more about "Bear" Bryant one of the most famous coaches in college football at the Paul W. Bryant Museum on the University of Alabama campus, courtesy
The Arcade Restaurant in Memphis has been the backdrop to multiple movies and was frequented by Elvis Presley, photo by Philip Parker
Diane Lane and John Malkovich in "Secretariat" during filming at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky, courtesy Keeneland
The cemeteries of New Orleans have been featured in many films including "Interview with A Vampire," courtesy New Orleans Metropolitan CVB
the original slave cabins at Boone Hall Plantation in South Carolina,  have been featured in multiple films, courtesy Boone Hall Plantation
Chincoteague Ponies at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in VIrginia, courtesy Daisy's Island Cruises
kayakers at sunset, courtesy Outer Banks Adventures
Travelers will enjoy spotting birds, manatees and other animals on a wildlife tour, courtesy Double R's Fishing and Tours Company
Travelers can see dolphins and other sea animals onboard a sightseeing cruise, courtesy Captain Derek's Dolphin Adventure

Enjoy some of the South’s top experiences at these film sites, waterfront destinations and through the stories of famous southerners, featured in our 2018 Southern Travel Guide.