The Knoxville


10 Things to Know About Market Square

Historic Market Square is the heart of downtown Knoxville. It’s a must-do for any visitor to our city, and we’re happy to tell you why! But you can’t know the present if you don’t know the past, so we’ll start with a brief history lesson to get your bearings. 1. Market Square History The history of…

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Shop Like a Local at the Farmers' Market

If you are looking for an authentic Knoxville experience, do as the locals do and take a trip to the Market Square Farmers' Market. Nestled in the heart of downtown Knoxville, the Market Square Farmers’ Market is held every Wednesday and Saturday, May - November on the site of the former Market…

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Paw-sibly THE Most Pet Friendly City

Lots of places claim to be pet friendly but doggone it, Knoxville really is. No bones about it. I know… I live here. Allow me to explain… My human likes to go on adventures. Sometimes that means walking or hiking a trail. Yup. You can do that here. Unlike most National Parks and some State Parks…

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10 Free Things to Do in Knoxville

Looking for something to do but short on cash? We’ve got lots of free things to do in Knoxville. Check out this list and read on for more ideas! An absolute must on this list is Ijams. This nature center in South Knoxville is part of Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, the popular yet never crowded…

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Experience Knoxville the Dog-Friendly Way

Knoxville loves dogs and our visitors are no exception! Enjoy this post written by our friends from The Remarkable Golden: We recently made a stop in Knoxville on our cross-country tour with our golden retriever, Judge. Knoxville wasn’t originally on our itinerary until we met some locals at a bar…

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