While you’re in town, you might want to visit…

Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium Find nature, wildlife animal habitats, and a planetarium at Tennessee’s largest city-owned park, Kingsport, Tennessee. 

Brights Zoo   Brights Zoo is a private, family-owned facility nestled in the hills of East Tennessee. Animals living here include some rare & endangered species such as addax, bongo and scimitar-horned oryx, and bactrian camels. The center also contains more common but exotic creatures like red kangaroos, spider monkeys, pandas and zebras.

David Crockett Birthplace State ParkEnjoy camping and other recreational activities at the birthplace of the “King of the Wild Frontier.”

Gray Fossil Site:  Experience an active Miocene-era fossil site, a vast deposit 4.5-7 million years old.

Greeneville, Greene County History MuseumWalk through twelve permanent exhibits that record the history of the city and county. 

Hands On! Regional MuseumEngage in interactive science and arts activities of interest to children of all ages, even grown ones.

Andrew Johnson National Historic SiteLearn about our 17th President and Lincoln’s successor in his Greeneville home.

Netherland Inn Historic SiteStep into the life of a 19th Century stagecoach inn and tavern. 

Roan Mountain State Park:  Lose your breath on a hike or lose it to some of the most beautiful views in Tennessee. 

Rocky Mount State Historical SiteImmerse yourself in the experience of living in frontier America. 

Sycamore Shoals State ParkTour a replica of Fort Watauga and understand life on the dangerous frontier. 

Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site:  Find out why one historian called this the single most important historic place in Tennessee.

Warriors Path State ParkRecreate at this conveniently located state park with hiking trails, boating and fishing activities, and the park system’s only Boundless Playground.

Wetlands Water ParkEnjoy water recreation at this expansive Jonesborough park.