Knoxville, Tennessee, is known for being one of the biggest cities in the South. Knoxville is an incredibly diverse destination and features something for everyone. When it comes to hotels in Knoxville, you can find just about every major hotel chain like Hampton Inn, Ramada, and Best Western along with some special smaller hotels that have a bit more local flavor. You can also choose to stay in the downtown or outer areas of the city.
There are several venues used for conventions in downtown Knoxville including the Clarence Brown Theater and the Knoxville Visitor Center. You can find out more about local events at Knoxville hotels. The Knoxville Convention Center also hosts several events throughout the year.
The Knoxville Visitor Center offers a food tour of the city that will show visitors a little bit about the cultural food of the area and features some out of the way eateries that are well worth your while.
The Boomsday Festival is quickly approaching as it is held every day on September 2. This is the largest Labor Day fireworks display in the country and is a definite draw for the city.
Downtown Knoxville has a variety of stores that are both chain stores and locally owned businesses so you can get everything you need in one place. You may also want to check out the Knoxville gift shop online.
Knoxville is home to the Allan Jones Aquatic Center, a large sports complex that features a pool, basketball and tennis courts, and much more for the sports enthusiast.
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