Apartments for rent in Tennessee

From the mountains in the east to the Mississippi River in the west, there are many beautiful places to find great apartments in Tennessee.

You can search for apartments in Tennessee on the eastern side of the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis near landmark bars, tasty restaurants and historical buildings. Hear live jazz, blues and rock music at bars and venues on and off Beale Street. Feast on ribs, pulled-pork sandwiches and barbeque nachos at one of the many local barbeque establishments throughout Memphis. You can take family and friends who come to see your new Memphis apartment to popular attractions, such as the Civil Rights Museum, the Rock and Soul Museum, Graceland, Sun Studios, the Gibson Guitar Factory, the Pink Palace and more.

Maybe you'd rather stay in central Tennessee with an apartment in or around Nashville's music scene, where you'll find there's more than just country. You can also enjoy a variety of nightlife, shopping, and restaurants. Take visitors to interesting cultural attractions, such as the Grand Ole Opry and the Adventure Science Center, or to see art performances such as the Nashville Ballet. Support the NFL home team at a Tennessee Titans football game or cheer on the Nashville Predators at an NHL game.

Move to an apartment in Chattanooga, Tennessee for a combination of outdoor recreation and city life. This "Great City by Nature" has a lot to offer apartment residents, such as kayaking, hiking, shopping and dining. There are also must-see attractions like the breathtaking, 145-foot Ruby Falls and the state-of-the-art Tennessee Aquarium. If your new apartment is in downtown Chattanooga, you'll be minutes from Lookout Mountain - one of the southeast's most interesting and scenic attractions. You can view seven states from atop the mountain and explore other natural wonders when you "See Rock City" (as advertised on billboards and rooftops miles away).

Apartments in Knoxville, Johnson City and other Eastern Tennessee cities will put you close to the Great Smoky Mountains where you can go whitewater rafting, hiking, camping and enjoy other scenic, outdoor adventures. If you're into more extreme sports, you can find numerous places to go hang gliding, skydiving and rock climbing. However, just a drive through these majestic mountains will leave you breathless. If you're a college football fan, you can get the full experience at Neyland Stadium as you cheer on the Tennessee Volunteers in the fall.

Start your quest for the perfect home in the Volunteer State today. Find the best Tennessee apartments on ApartmentGuide.com, where you can search by apartment features, community features, price range and more.