Things To Do In Oak Ridge


One or Three Group or Private Equestrian Vaulting Lessons at Winding Creek Stables (Up to 50% Off)

Winding Creek Stables

Winding Creek Stables

Introductory course helps riders make a smooth foray into equestrian vaulting, which blends horseback riding, dance, and gymnastics

$30 $15

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Tour, Tasting, and Souvenirs for Two or Four at Fannin Brewing Company (Up to 32% Off)

Fannin Brewing Company

Fannin Brewing Company

Tour the brewery that produces Blue Ridge Lager and Hiawassee Golden Ale before enjoying a tasting and taking home a glass, koozie, and soap

$37 $25

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$20 for One Month of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes with T-Shirt at National Martial Arts ($140 Value)

National Martial Arts

Oak Ridge

Instructors lead rigorous krav maga and MMA classes for adults as well as enthusiastic martial arts lessons for kids aged 3 and up

$140 $20

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One-Day Pass for Gem Mining and Mini Golf for Two or Four at The Lilly Pad Village (Up to 45% Off)

The Lilly Pad Village

Blue Ridge

Family fun center where you can pan for sapphires, quartz, and emeralds in a gem mine flume, or play mini golf

$40.90 $24

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Jiu-Jitsu and Karate Classes at Blue Ridge Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Up to 63% Off). Six Options Available.

Blue Ridge Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Blue Ridge

Classes for adults and kids ages 4 and up instill discipline, focus, balance, and strength

$59 $25

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Two Games of Bowling and Shoe Rentals for Two, Four, or Six at Oak Ridge Bowling Center (Up to 52% Off)

Oak Ridge Bowling Center

Oak Ridge Bowling Center

Family-friendly bowling center features 32 lanes with electronic scoring, a lounge, an arcade, and a restaurant

$21 $10.50

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$14 for Admission for Two Adults and Two Children to Children's Museum of Oak Ridge ($28 Value)

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

Expansive kids’ museum features Amazonian jungle, Arctic landscapes, and interactive model-train displays

$28 $14

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  • Secret City Film Festival
    A two-day spree of exhibits and performances, this year's Secret City Festival hosts outdoor concerts featuring Village People and Ricky Skaggs. Disco-era icons Village People perform spirited hits such as "Macho Man" and "YMCA," which have instigated more dance-offs than gang violence and British Parliamentary debates combined. Village People follow funky rock n' rollers Dishwater Blonde, a regional act that lays down agreeable grooves.
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    115 Bradley Ave
    Oak Ridge, TN US
  • The Dark Alley Haunted House
    The Dark Alley Haunted House reveals Oak Ridge's most gruesome side, all for the sake of raising funds for 13 different charitable causes. Behind the Oak Ridge Bowling Center lies a portal to another realm, where those brave enough to venture inside will come face-to-face with their greatest fears. To make it back home, they'll have to grope their way through two stories of scares totaling 22,000 square feet, navigating terrifying twists and turns, and stifling screams at the sight of a sinister farmer doomed to wear overalls for all eternity. Groups that make it out alive can replenish sapped strength by wrapping shaky hands around snacks such as sodas and popcorn, which will be available for sale.
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    246 S. Illinois Avenue
    Oak Ridge, TN US
  • Mobile Tactics Laser Tag
    Mobile Tactics Laser Tag transforms its customers' yards into competitive fields. Their staff travels onsite and sets up outdoor bunkers and inflatable cover. Then, they hand out laser-tag equipment to birthday-party guests. Competition starts, and lasers soar invisibly through the air during games such as capture the flag and team elimination.
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    313 Foust Carney Rd
    Powell, TN US
  • Oak Ridge Bowling Center
    Thirty-two lanes with electronic scoring conduct a thunderous symphony of crashing pins and cheers of victory at Oak Ridge Bowling Center. After completing frames, bowlers mingle in Spare Time Lounge to toss darts or watch sports on one of three LCD TVs. Hungry guests can grab a table and a burger at Ten Pin Grille, while gamers test hand-eye-coordination at billiards, skee ball, and air hockey tables in the arcade. Organized league play and private parties are offered as well.
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    246 S. Illinois Ave.
    Oak Ridge, TN US
  • Children's Museum of Oak Ridge
    Founded in 1973 as a Girl Scout project, the Children's Museum of Oak Ridge first opened inside Jefferson Junior High School with little more than 2,000 square feet of rented space to its name. After a meteoric rise in popularity, the museum moved to its current 54,000-square-foot facility, which brims with more than 20 educational and interactive exhibits designed to help children learn and grow. Kids and parents can explore a simulated Amazonian rainforest, which reverberates with jungle sounds in air thick and heavy with moisture from the running waterfall. Little tykes become little tycoons in the World of Trains, which features a full-size Norfolk Southern caboose and a hands-on playroom where kids adopt the role of conductor, steering tiny locomotives and apologizing to their peers when their toy train doesn?t arrive on schedule. Otherwise, they can educate themselves on the history of playthings with some of the most impressive and entertaining gizmos from the museum's collection in the Century of Toys exhibit. Static exhibits aren't all the venue has to offer; the staff often organizes events such as performances by storytellers and controlled playtime with live monkeys.
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    461 West Outer Drive
    Oak Ridge, TN US
  • Curves Knoxville
    As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
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    1115 N Charles G Seivers Blvd.
    Clinton, TN US
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