Once a 500 acre farm where Mr. Brooks raised his championship Black Angus cows and blue-ribbon Tennessee Walking horses, Allandale is now an exciting part of Kingsport’s civic and social life.
The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and National Cemetery interprets the life and legacy of the 17th President. Andrew Johnson’s presidency, 1865-1869, illustrates the United States Constitution at work following President Lincoln’s assassination and during attempts to reunify a nation torn by civil war.
Located 3 miles from I-81, exit 17 in the heart of Abingdon, Virginia. Founded in 1933, Barter Theatre offers professional repertory theatre, 17-19 productions per year, and two unique stages: Barter Main Stage and Barter Stage II.
The Birthplace of Country Music promotes and celebrates Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia as the birthplace of country music.
Located eight miles from I-81. Known as The World’s Fastest Half-Mile and the Last Great Coliseum, BMS annually hosts two of the largest NASCAR events on the circuit.
Nestled in the hills of Piney Flats, East Tennessee Distillery produces award-winning moonshine for their customers in Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida, and Ohio.
The site was once a community that served as a self-supporting plantation, a relay station along the Old Stage Road and the Post Office for Eden’s Ridge, TN.
The Gray Fossil Site and Museum is a place where visitors can get up close and personal with an active Miocene-era fossil dig site. Scientists believe the site was formed by an underground limestone cave that collapsed and created a sinkhole.
This brand new all-ages science center offers fun interactive programs and exhibits that include a three-story climber, musical Tesla coil, giant building blocks, and a maker studio, inviting guests to engineer a rocket, create a masterpiece, and uncover something new.
Take part in a Historic Jonesborough Walking Tour available at 1 p.m. on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays from March to December, and Sunday tours at 2 p.m. May through October.
Recognized as the world’s first public event devoted exclusively to storytelling, the National Storytelling Festival ignited a renaissance of storytelling throughout America and the world in the 1970s.
Each Tuesday, the Guild features their finest storytellers at 7 p.m. at the International Storytelling Center in downtown Jonesborough.
The Kingsport Aquatic Center is year-round water fun at the Northeast Tennessee’s most comprehensive public aquatic facility.
The school provides both visual and performing arts events throughout campus and the community. Diverse performances and exhibitions include theatre, music, dance, performing, visual, film and fine arts.
Niswonger Performing Arts Center is a regional performing arts center located in historic downtown Greeneville, TN.
Representing Carter, Unicoi and Washington Counties in Northeast Tennessee, the regional economic partnership’s mission is to enhance job growth and increase the tax base of Washington County by engaging the community and business leaders through nurturing existing businesses and actively recruiting new industries and commerce.
The Paramount in downtown Bristol opened in 1931. Its dazzling interiors and iconic marquee were characteristic of the Paramount Pictures chain of Art Deco movie palaces.
Explore the Amazing Aquatic World Up-Close at America’s #1 Aquarium and Top Destination to See Penguins! Experience Splashing With the Stingrays, Penguin Encounter and Penguin Painting programs!
Rocky Mount Museum and Living History Site sits at the foot of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Costumed interpreters take visitors through the log home of Rocky Mount and out-buildings and give you a personal look at living in the Southwest Territory.
Our motto is “Embracing Heritage”, and we apply this idea into everything we do at Tennessee Hills Distillery, located in Tennessee’s oldest town.
It’s a region of spectacular views, opportunities for outdoor recreation, and rich natural resources. Rooted deep in history, this culture is authentic, distinctive, alive.
The Storytelling Resource Place was founded in 2016 to promote the collecting and preserving of resources and artifacts related to the art of storytelling, as well as to establish a physical hub where these resources can be available to the public.
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