Weird Tennessee: 5 must-see spots Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 5 Kooky Canuck Shawn Danko, co-owner of Kooky Canuck in Memphis, poses with one the restaurant's massive creations. 2 / 5 Bush's Visitor Center The Bush's Visitor Center is located in the original A.J. Bush & Company general store, which opened its doors in 1897. 3 / 5 NashTrash Tour Sheri Lynn (right) and Brenda Kay Jugg host the adult-themed NashTrash Tour in Nashville, which takes place aboard a bright pink bus. 4 / 5 Buford Pusser Home and Museum The Buford Pusser Home and Museum, where the late inspiration for the "Walking Tall" franchise once lived, features memorabilia and items owned by the famous lawman. 5 / 5 Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens The life of Jesus Christ is depicted with life-size dioramas at Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens in Gatlinburg. Sign up for e-newsletters Want more news? Sign up for free e-newsletters to get more of AJC delivered to your inbox.