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2120 Highland Ave
Knoxville, TN 37916
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DayBreak Personal Services
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(865) 483-8801
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Mr. Cool’s AC, Transmission, & Brake Service
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(865) 470-0890
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Persian Galleries
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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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Things To Do in Knoxville, TN

Earth to Old CityEarth to Old City

Sometimes you realize you have to get a gift for someone and you have no time to find one, let alone wrap it and make it look like you actually put some thought into it. That's where Earth to Old City comes to your rescue. They make gift-buying easy as they offer a free year-round gift wrapping service. But the gift that will eventually get wrapped is impressive, too, as the store features spectacular photographic art that can be custom framed on-site, as well. There's also a great selection of one-of-a-kind gift items that includes jewelry, books, toys, posters and items for the home and garden.

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Dogwood Arts FestivalDogwood 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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Ramsey House PlantationRamsey House Plantation

History buffs and lovers of great architecture alike will truly enjoy a visit to the Ramsey House Plantation. The two-story Georgian-style home has the distinction of being the first stone house built in this region. The home was built for Colonel Francis Alexander Ramsey and his residence became the center of social, political and religious life in Knoxville at the turn of the 19th century. Visitors will marvel at the 18th century architectural design and vintage furnishings that adorn the house. There are also gardens and a museum on site as well.

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