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DayBreak Personal Services
  • • Worker To Client Ratio 1:1
  • • Medication Monitoring
  • • Meal Preparation & Light Housekeeping
(865) 483-8801
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Bistro At the Bijou
  • • We Cater To Everyone From Vegetarians To The Health-Conscious
  • • Sandwiches, Burgers, Comfort Food, Steaks, Pasta, And Seafood!
  • • Live Music! Hours Extended On Bijou Show Nights!
(865) 544-0537
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The Crown & Goose
  • • Happy Hour Mon-Sat 11 am to 6 pm
  • • Sunday Brunch 10 am - 3 pm
  • • Live Music Wednesday & Friday Nights
(865) 524-2100
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Tommy Brewster Builders
  • • Remodeling Contractor Specializing In Interior & Exterior Upgrades & Additions
  • • Experienced & Respectful
  • • Honest & Dependable
(865) 388-5011
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Things To Do in Knoxville, TN

Forbidden Caverns Forbidden Caverns

Sevierville is home to some of the most amazing caverns in the state. Visit underground to see these awe-inspiring caves, grottoes and streams. Forbidden Caverns is famous for its numerous calcite formations as well as a huge wall of dripstones which are said to be one of the biggest in the world.

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Dogwood Arts Festival Dogwood Arts Festival

The Dogwood Arts Festival is highly recognized as the best 17 days in April. Spring into spring with special events all over Knox County that include art shows, craft fairs, lots of great food and live music, too! Also, the event features more than 60 miles of landscaping and garden trails.

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World's Fair Park | Sunsphere World's Fair Park | Sunsphere

Knoxville had the honor of hosting the World's Fair in 1982. One of the most obvious reminders of that momentous event is the fact that the Sunsphere was built to complement the event and it still stands today as a great way for tourists to get a bird's eye view of the city. Visit the various levels and enjoy views of downtown, the University of Tennessee and the mountains in the distance. It's a truly breathtaking experience. Other attractions include The Candy Factory, a group of Victorian homes that house shops selling arts and crafts, and Fort Kid that is a playground featuring historically-themed rides and play areas. The celebration of the World's Fair clearly still echoes at this fun, family-friendly attraction in Knoxville. 

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