in Knoxville, TN
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3148 Kingston Park
Knoxville, TN 37919 Directions
Bleak House is one of Knoxville's largest antiques. This impressive mansion is where General James Longstreet once lived. The antebellum mansion features fifteen rooms and wide halls and are filled with various pieces of antique and vintage furniture, photos, and other items that date back to the 1800s.
Cades Cove is more than just a jaw-dropping tour and photo-opportunity. This valley is surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, and no matter what the weather is like, you'll definitely capture some highly memorable shots. In addition to that, you can also visit some amazing, primitive structures and observe some of the Smoky Mountain wildlife along the way.
455 Blowing Cave Rd
Sevierville, TN 37876 Directions
Sevierville is home to some of the most amazing caverns in the state. Take a tour that takes you 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.
Old Gray Cemetery
543 N Broadway
Knoxville, TN 17917 Directions
While walking through a cemetery may not initially sound like a romantic idea, the Old Gray Cemetery proves to be no ordinary resting place. The cemetery is over 150 years old and dates back to the Victorian era. Even though it is a fascinating example of cemetery planning and design, the 13 acres of beauty and history that dates back to 1850 prove to be the perfect backdrop for an intimate walk along the footpath that leads you past the final resting places of some of the city's most prominent residents.
Ripley's Haunted Adventure
Gatlinburg, TN 37738 Directions
Ripley's Haunted Adventure draws you into a place where you will definitely feel the chill of the unfamiliar. The tour features a visit to the abandoned Grimsby and Streaper Casket Company. This site was constructed in 1891 and was built over a cave called The Sinks. Legend has it that everyone who ventured here went mad, and that is where the scary fun begins. A frighteningly fun adventure for all!
810 Clinch Ave
Knoxville, TN 37902 Directions
The fact that the 1982 World's Fair was held in Knoxville still echoes in this Tennessee city. 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. Guides take groups of visitors up to the various levels and allow plenty of time to enjoy views of downtown, the University of Tennessee and the mountains in the distance. It's a truly breathtaking experience.
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