This community art studio offers a variety of classes for both kids and adults. Birthday parties are available.
This downtown dog park features separate locations for small and large dogs, human and doggy water fountains, and waste stations.
These FREE outdoor concerts are held on Market Square every Tuesday (8 pm – 10 pm) and Thursday (7 pm – 9 pm) evening in the spring and summer. Please note that city-owned parking garages are FREE after 6 pm.
This museum features of variety of permanent and rotating exhibits. Admission is free on Sundays and free for children 16 and under every day of the week.
Sample a variety of delicious biscuits ranging from sweet and simple to savory and decadent delights. Tickets are $15/per person and each ticket allows you to sample 5 biscuits. You can purchase multiple tickets if desired.
A really RAD run that will dust you with multi-colored powder throughout the course.
At this live-action gaming facility, your family can choose from different themed rooms that you will have 1 hour to to escape from, after being locked inside. Room themes are changed periodically to keep the game fun. Team building experience are available.
This pottery studio teaches you how to create one of a kind works of art from scratch. Methods including sculpting and wheel throwing. In addition to a variety of classes, this studio offers birthday parties, wine and clay nights, and team building experiences. This facility also offers Raku firing.
These educational summer day camp opportunities, hosted by the University of Tennessee Knoxville, are for kids in grade 3-12. Topics include animals, computers, careers, discovery, sports, leadership, nature, photography, science, cooking, and more!
Admission to this festival includes a souvenir tasting glass and unlimited samples of various flavors of beer and bourbon. There will also be live entertainment throughout the day. $35/general admission, $49/VIP admission
BBQ vendors will also be on-site, but food is not included in the admission price.
This kid-friendly festival features storytelling, arts, crafts, music, science exploration, food and more!
In addition to hosting permanent and rotating art exhibits, this museum hosts hands-on,family-family art programs all throughout the year. The goal of the Knoxville Museum of Art is to celebrates the art and artists of East Tennessee, present new art and new ideas, and educate a diverse public.
This museum also offers a summer art academy designed to increase your child’s art skills, creativity, and self-confidence. Morning classes are offered for kids ages 3 – 12 and afternoon classes are offered for kids ages 13 and up.
General admission to this museum is completely FREE!
This historic mansion is the former home of William Blount, a signer of the US Constitution and former governor of the Southwest Territory. The mansion was built in 1792.