Along the Tennessee River, next to the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville is a vibrant city with plenty of history, culture, and outdoor activities.
Start your visit in the Historic Market Square -- the core of the community and the hub of downtown life. Here, you'll find endless cafes, restaurants, and live music. After, step back in time in the Historic Old City and admire the architecture strolling along Central and Jackson Avenues. History buffs will enjoy a walking tour to see all the murals telling the story of the city along the way.
For your culture fix don't miss The Museum of East Tennessee History, The Museum of East Tennessee History, and the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, plus plenty of smaller art galleries. Knoxville is particularly creative, with its own arts district, music scene, and thriving theater scene.
For such a dynamic urban spot, it's incredible how easy it is to get into nature from Knoxville. Paddle on one of Knoxville's rivers -- French Broad, Holston, and Tennessee -- or explore mountain streams, blue quarries, and lakes in the region. There's also a range of hiking trails around the city, such as in Haw Ridge Park, Holston River Park, and Concord Park. In addition there's golf, whitewater rafting, climbing, cycling, and ziplining in the wild landscapes surrounding Knoxville..
Knoxville is great at any time of year depending on the type of activties you're looking for.
Why not coincide with one of the city's acclaimed festivals like the Big Ears Music Festival or Dogwood Arts Rhythm N’ Blooms.
Located next to the Great Smoky Mountains on the Tennessee River, the town of Knoxville TN is a bustling center of history and culture. Visitors can enjoy the mix of activities both in town and in the surrounding area. To get your culture fix, enjoy the thriving theater and music scene, catch a show or listen to some live music in one of the many bars in the evening. History-lovers can find out more about the area in the Museum of East Tennessee History of the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, or visit Historic Marketplace Square, and simply watch the world go by.
For some fresh air, head out of town to some of the nearby natural wonders. The French Broad is a great place to take a boat out, or alternatively go cycling, climbing, hiking and ziplining through the mountainous surroundings. Many great activities can also be found at neighbouring Pigeon Forge.
With so many things to do, it's hardly surprising that Knoxville cabin rentals are popular all times of the year. Vacation rentals are not hard to find, and can suit a range of budgets and preferences. Some rentals in Knoxville come with additional features such as a hot tub or deck to make your stay extra special.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Knoxville. The warmest months in Knoxville are June and May, when temperatures reach 97 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 11 ˚F. The wettest month in Knoxville is November with 11.44 inches of rain, while the driest month is February with 1.43 inches of rain.
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