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RainForest Adventures Zoo Admission
"Does someone in your family enjoy watching the Animal Planet or the National Geographic Channel? Then RainForest Adventures Zoo is a must see while in the Smokies. RainForest Adventures has the widest range of species of any zoo in Easter the RainForest is open year round rain or shine and it is always 76 degrees inside the RainForest! Home to hundreds of amazing and unique live animals from around the world you will be amazed as you turn every corner with well over 100 species of animals. Focusing mainly on the tropical creatures visitors come face to face with crocodiles beautiful tropical birds giant pythons and a host of other fascinating animals.  Have a look at the Australian Bearded Dragons and Frilled Lizards! Crikey!! RainForest has the distinct honor of housing two different species of lemurs from Madagascar as well as o
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Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge Admission Ticket
"After making your own way to the Titanic Museum simply exchange your voucher at the box office for your admission ticket. The ticket comes in the form of a boarding pass which you use to begin your self-guided tour. With your boarding pass you'll receive a brief biography of one of the Titanic's passengers or crew members with details about their lives and time aboard the Titanic. At the end of your tour you'll enter the Memorial Room and discover the fate of your assigned person. The museum is a half-scale model of the Titanic. Upon entering you'll gain insights into the size and scale of the original ship. Walk through multiple exhibit rooms in cabins
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French Broad River Helicopter Tour
This flight takes you over the French Broad River. You'll see the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the beautiful Douglas lake in the distance. This flight covers 8 miles. From 1200 feet above the ground you get a great birds eye view of the surroun"""This flight takes you over the French Broad River and rolling hills of Sevier County from 1200 feet you will see a beautiful panorama of the Smoky Mountains country side. This flight is 8 miles. Be sure to bring your camera."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Enjoy+fantastic+aerial+views&3=Family+friendly&4=Multiple+times+offered+throughout+the+day&5=Tour+is+wheelchair+accessibleFlexible"Sevierville
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The Sunsphere

The Sunsphere located in World's Fair Park was built for the 1982 World's Fair. Standing at 266 feet tall, this tower gives you a chance to get a beautiful view of the Knoxville area. The...
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Lyons View Gallery

Lyons View Gallery, a gallery of fine contemporary painting and sculpture, is in a strip mall on the west side of Knoxville. It is a place where you can not only view fine art, but also purchase it. I...
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"Terra," a Sculpture on the U.T. Campus

This modern sculpture, entitled "Terra" stands near the center of the University of Tennessee campus, on Cumberland Avenue, just west of "The Hill." Perhaps it is not a "must see" for the average...
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University of Tennessee

One of the major things that draws visitors to Knoxville is the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, just west of downtown along Cumberland Avenue. Football fans will know it as the home...
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Christ Chapel

I attended ESL classes in this church. I met many wonderful people there, who tried to help me with everything they could. So If you are tourist, visitor or immigrant and you want to improve your...
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Some history about KAT (Knoxville Area Transit )

Knoxville's rich history in public transportation dates back to 1876 when the first street cars of the Knoxville Street Railway Company were pulled by horses and mules along tracks on Gay street.In...
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Visiting the area just off of...

Visiting the area just off of the U.T.campus. Some great old brick buildings, nice unique shops and eateries.I and my family felt very safe wherever we went. People were very friendly and helpful....
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Go to a U.T. football game if...

Go to a U.T. football game if possible . . . Better yet, meet a native Knoxvillian and get invited to a tailgate . . . There is nothing else like it . . . In the summer, Norris Lake for many...
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The thing that most impressed...

The thing that most impressed me about Knoxville was that it was centered around the University of Tennessee. If I had the opportunity, I would love to see a football game here. Here is a sunset...
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Though it's been a while since...

Though it's been a while since I was in Knoxville the bestplaces to go are the national parks. The Smoky Mountainnational park is a great place to go. I spent most of my summers growing up in...
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.... drive into the Smoky...

.... drive into the Smoky Mountains, get out of your car and go for a hike. Try to approach through Townsend (Hwy 321) or from North Carolina. The normal approach through Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and...
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Just look at these...

Just look at these mountains.... don't miss a trip to the Smokey's and bring your camera. If you happen to be here in Autumn, I've never seen such beautiful golds and reds and greens anywhere... it's...
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Although The Tennessee Vols...

Although The Tennessee Vols are probably what comes to mind when you visit Knoxville, you really must check out the Smoky Mountains just south of Knoxville. There are a billion things to do here....
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City's veiw

The building of First Tennessee Bank and the tower of Court House I like this picture. It is like the union of old and new.
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407 Union Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee, 37902, United States
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501 West Church Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37902-2591, United States
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1706 West Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37916-3002, United States
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500 Hill Avenue SE, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37915, United States
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7737 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919
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800 W. Hill Ave, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37902, United States
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