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#1 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
Sometimes I get kind of glassy-eyed in museums after wandering through all the exhibits -- but this held my interest all the way through.
This is a small, but very informative museum documenting the history of East Tennessee including, among many other topics, Davy Crockett, Cherokee settlements, Civil War battles, and Dolly Parton.
#2 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
This trip, for instance, we'll visit museums in the Shenandoah Valley, Knoxville, Birmingham, AL, and Shreveport, LA.
My daughter came in from China to visit and we were discussing the museums in other states and countries as to those in our area.
#3 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
There are several permanent exhibits such as the civil war and Egyptian ones and other exhibits on loan from other museums from time to time.
I'm a teacher, so I love museums.
#4 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
Today, it maintains the house and grounds as a museum, which is open to the public for tours.
#5 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
Kid and mom approved (by travellers to museums, science centres and play spaces around North America).
#6 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
Great museum for families!
#8 of 13 Museums in Knoxville
We spent over an hour learning about the town and history in the Municipal Building Reception, and the separate Museum in the rear of the building.
Good museum about the area
#13 of 13 Museums in Knoxville