Knoxville is in the state of Tennessee where there are beautiful rivers, smoky mountains, and equally stunning national parks. You can learn about the culture and their history by making a trip to Knoxville. A prominent location during the time of civil war has made it historically important, it has a lot of deep-rooted heritage and culture which can be seen through various sights. To book tickets to Knoxville, Make your reservations through Frontier Airlines reservations now!

World’s Fair Park

Knoxville’s World’s Fair Park was the sight of the World Fair in 1982 and till now it has gotten the most love from tourists. The parks are lush green, fountains around the parks, and properly paved walking paths around the Fair. Summertime is the peak season, where kids love to play around the fountains and different age groups can also enjoy live music events. You can also enjoy smoky mountains and rivers by relaxing in the sun sphere observation.

Mc Archaeological museum of Natural History and Culture

The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture emphasizes the best and local archaeological finds of Tennessee. You can find fossils on display here. Also, different exhibits display civil war artifacts that history lovers can find amusing.

Tennessee Theater

The Tennessee Theater was made in 1928 which was referred to as a movie palace back then. You will see Spanish architecture all around the place and period antiques lie crystal chandeliers and marble floors. If you wish to engage yourself in some culture you might want to look up some classics and get yourself a seat at the theatre. It displays classic films, musical concerts, and Broadway shows.

Mabry-Hazen House Museum

The Mabry-Hazen House Museum is inhabited in Mabry Hill and used to belong to the famous families of Knoxville. The house was made in 1858 and still has a huge collection of antiques which will give a unique sight to people showing some culture that Tennessee had back in the day. It was used by the Union and Confederate forces during the civil war.

Knoxville Zoo

If you wish to experience wildlife in Knoxville, then you should head to Knoxville zoo where you can find about 90 animals in the area. You can also find exotic species like Komodo dragons. Get an up-close view of the wildlife and other attractions such as splash pad and theatres are also inside the zoo for entertainment.

East Tennessee History Center

History center in East Tennessee is definitely worth going to learn the amazing history and culture of the United States. Here you can find yourself learning personal stories, exhibits of interactive gallery and art, and also remnants that will take you 300 years back. Not only adults but kids can also engage themselves here as the information on the display is children-friendly. It’s also described as a perfect rainy day activity in Knoxville to date.

Old City

The historic Downtown area of Knoxville is known as Old City and also the most loved corners of the city. Here you will find quirky and small cafes, walks, and shopping centers that will leave you feeling warm and cozy. Live music is often the program of the evening in the old city and you won’t feel even a bit bored of the location. It might be historically insignificant but definitely worth spending time after having an elaborate trip around the city.

Things to Do in Knoxville

  • Ijams Nature Center
  • Blount Mansion
  • Market Square Farmers Market
  • James White Fort
  • Knoxville Museum of Art
  • The Muse Knoxville
  • Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame
  • Knoxville Children’s Theater

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