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Krutch Park
Parks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
East Tennessee Veterans Memorial
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Market Square
Points of Interest & Landmarks
First Baptist Church
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues, Churches & Cathedrals
First Baptist Church
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues, Churches & Cathedrals
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Churches & Cathedrals
St. John's Cathedral
Churches & Cathedrals
First Presbyterian Church
Cemeteries, Churches & Cathedrals
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Neyland Stadium
#1 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
East Club has beautiful views of the river while West Club you can watch the Vol Walk.
Lots of places to eat, but anyplace has a great view and great to be part of the crowd.
Market Square
#2 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Get a latte and stroll through the sculpture garden taking in the sights and sounds of the city through lush greenery and beautiful sculptures.
There are cool bars with rooftop access and awesome views, fountains to play in, and a park to visit.
University of Tennessee
#3 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Built atop "The Hill", the university provides a magnificent view of downtown Knoxville appearing stunning from the high rises of the city.
Pat Sumnits status is a site to see, the layout of campus is amazing.
Sunsphere Tower
#4 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Build for the World's Fair in 1982 the Sun sphere tower gives you a great view of downtown Knoxville and the beautiful fountains.
The views were great and we really enjoyed reading all of the fun history and facts on the observation deck.
East Tennessee Veterans Memorial
#5 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Beautiful day, peaceful site and great visit.
I stumbled upon this memorial when taking a walk around the World's Fair Site, and now always stop to pay my respects when I am over there.
James White Fort
#6 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Great Historic Site & an American Treasure
This is 1786 historical site houses a small village of cabins and artifacts.
Krutch Park
#7 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Lots of places to sit and enjoy the views in the park.
Old City
#8 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Experience taste, sounds, sales, and sights.
Blount Mansion
#9 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Located downtown, this small home and intact outbuildings provides a view into the life of an American icon and early Tennessee history.
The Blount Mansion was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.
Historic Ramsey House
#10 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
A really great historical site designed by an English architect,Hope,for Francis Alexander Ramsey.It is the original stone two-story house,with many original items of furniture and other things original to the hou...
Also known as Swan Pond, the house was built in 1797 by English architect Thomas Hope for Colonel Francis Alexander Ramsey, whose family operated a plantation on the site until the Civil War.
Thompson–Boling Arena
#11 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
All the seats are comfortable and every person has a great view.
Almost all seats have great view of stage
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
#12 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Right when you enter the Hall, you will be greeted with an impressive rotunda that gives a great view of downtown Knoxville.
A MUST VISIT SITE
Mabry Hazen House
#13 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Located on an eight-acre site at 1711 Dandridge Avenue, at the crest of Mabry's Hill, it was constructed in 1858 for Joseph Alexander Mabry II.
The house is on a hill and has a commanding view of the city of Knoxville.
Knox County Old Gray Cemetery
#14 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
First Baptist Church
#15 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
We normally sit in the upstairs balcony, it helps us experience the candles from an omniscient view point.
Crescent Bend House & Gardens - Armstrong-Lockett House
#16 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Open Chord
#17 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Marble Springs State Historic Site
#18 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Would like to return and the walk the trails to see the rest of this site!
The Emporium Center for Arts and Crafts
#19 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Historic Southern Railway Station
#20 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Experience the history of Knoxville at this significant site in the heart of downtown Knoxville.
Sacred Heart Cathedral
#21 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
The site will leave you awestruck.
Strong Alley (Graffiti Alley)
#22 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Tennessee Woman Suffrage Memorial
#23 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Knoxville National Cemetery
#24 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
The first interments were remains exhumed from Cumberland Gap, Concord and many other regional sites.
St. John's Cathedral
#25 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Confederate Memorial Hall
#26 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
Beck Cultural Exchange Center
#27 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
L&N Station and Freight Depot
#28 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
St. John's Lutheran Church
#29 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
First Presbyterian Church
#30 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in Knoxville
... difficult at best as well as re-doing the sound system inside so the interior was somewhat in a shambles but, on the whole, the building as absolutely gorgeous and, at over 100 years old, a historic site as well.