This gate I have found on 16th Street and Highland Avenue on the student dormitory. Isn't it nice?
Update from June 2007: Unfortunately this painting doesn't exist anymore. It was painted in grey color. What a pity! Maybe I can sell this picture now as a historical one of something that doesn't exist anymore?
I didn't find any tourist traps in Knoxville, to speak of. I'm sure there are some.ONE BIG TRAP, IN MY OPINION IS NEARBY GATLINBURG.Also near Smok.Mtn. Nat'l.Park,some of the 'Cherokee' souvenier shops seemed pretty tacky, BUT the Cherokee History Center(NOT SURE OF EXACT NAME) was excellent with what appeared to be more noble and worthwhile collectables.
Lunch at Long's Drug Store . . . A day at Norris Lake . . . Just look at the fish you can catch . . . The Dogwood Trail in the Spring . . . A drive down Cherokee Blvd on a sunny day . . . Brunch at the Copper Cellar on Sunday
Knoxville Courthouse. A nice looking building that kind of reminds me of the Independence Hall style of architecture. Located in downtown Knoxville.