The past year has been difficult with many of us staying at home and socially distancing. On the one hand, we were able to catch up on rest, spend time with our households, and focus on catching up on work. But now it’s safe to say we’re all a little stir crazy. With many of us seeking out fun and creative ways to socially distance, the Knoxville Visitors Center has put together some fun products for you to enjoy while staying home.  

The 500-piece Tennessee Volunteers Puzzle features an illustration of the Knoxville skyline.

Tennessee Volunteers Puzzle
This detailed five-hundred-piece puzzle displaying the Knoxville skyline and parts of The University of Tennessee is bound to keep you busy. It is full of landmarks, which adds a trivia element to the puzzle, making it fun to see if you really know the city! The Sunsphere, Calhouns on the River, Neyland Stadium, and Ayres Hall are just a few of the places you will hunt for while putting this puzzle together. Purchase one here for in-store pick-up or have it shipped to you.

The Knoxville-Opoly board game is a fun Knoxville twist on the classic family game.

“A Fun Game Celebrating the Marble City”. A twist on the classic Monopoly game, Knoxville-opoly showcases local parks, events, attractions, and landmarks such as the Dogwood Arts Festival, the Tennessee Theatre, World’s Fair Park, Ijams Nature Center, and many more. So, while we are socially distancing and staying home, this is a fun way to still explore our city, even if it is from a board game. Traditionally played with 2 to 6 people, this is a great option to entertain the whole family. Purchase one here for game night!

A Haunted History of Knoxville is a book that tells the supernatural details of Knoxville, TN.

A Haunted History of Knoxville
This book is a must-read, especially for those into the macabre. Written by Laura Still, A Haunted History of Knoxville includes stories from all over the city (downtown, old city, north/east/west Knox, and the Tennessee River waterfront). Stories include hanged killers, reanimated corpses, tragic fires, cold-blooded murderers, and more! Who knew Knoxville had so many ghosts? Come grab a copy today to scope out Knoxville’s paranormal activity. Laura Still offers a Shadow Side Ghost Tour, in addition to an array of historical walking tours in Knoxville. Click here to reserve a tour now!

The Visit Knoxville Gift Shop is available for your shopping pleasure in person at our Visitors Center at 301 S. Gay Street or online here.  Each month we feature items from our shop in this curated blog post.  To create a customized gift basket or place a bulk order please contact us at 800-727-8045 or 865-523-7263.