Tours in Knoxville


Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Digital Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (Up to 50% Off)

Digital Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Krutch Park

Clues sent to your smartphone lead you on an adventure around the city past 10+ checkpoints, solving problems and posing for crazy photos

$39.95 $20

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Emerald Village: Mining Museum Visit for Two, Four, or Eight with Self-Guided Tour at Emerald Village (Up to 50% Off)

Mining Museum Visit for Two, Four, or Eight with Self-Guided Tour at Emerald Village (Up to 50% Off)

Emerald Village

Emerald Village Mine

Attraction showcased on National Geographic Channel and Travel Channel features a mining museum with old equipment, exhibits, and waterfall

$14 $8

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Chattanooga Ducks: Amphibious-Vehicle Tour of the Tennessee River for a Child or an Adult from Chattanooga Ducks (Up to 36% Off)

Amphibious-Vehicle Tour of the Tennessee River for a Child or an Adult from Chattanooga Ducks (Up to 36% Off)

Chattanooga Ducks

Downtown Chattanooga

Renovated WWII amphibious cruiser ushers passengers across dry land and waterways in a one-hour tour of Tennessee River

$22 $14

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Tennessee Valley Muskie Authority: $210 for Full-Day Guided Fishing Trip for Up to Two from Tennessee Valley Muskie Authority ($425 Value)

$210 for Full-Day Guided Fishing Trip for Up to Two from Tennessee Valley Muskie Authority ($425 Value)

Tennessee Valley Muskie Authority

Oak Ridge

Atop whisper-quite motorboat, master anglers guide guests to prime fishing spots, equipping them with all necessary rods, reels, and lures

$425 $210

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Smoky Mountain Llama Treks: Llama-Farm Visit for 2, 4, or Up to 10 from Smoky Mountain Llama Treks (Up to 55% Off)

Llama-Farm Visit for 2, 4, or Up to 10 from Smoky Mountain Llama Treks (Up to 55% Off)

Smoky Mountain Llama Treks

Cosby

Pet, feed, and read Shakespearean sonnets to fuzzy llamas during farm visits

$20 $10

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Tsali Notch Vineyard: Wine Tasting for Two or Four, or 2- or 4-Hour Lounge Rental for Up to 20 at Tsali Notch Vineyard (Up to 58% Off)

Wine Tasting for Two or Four, or 2- or 4-Hour Lounge Rental for Up to 20 at Tsali Notch Vineyard (Up to 58% Off)

Tsali Notch Vineyard

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Each guest samples six house wines and receives a keepsake glass to take home;

$40 $19

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Short Mountain Distillery: Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Short Mountain Distillery (Up to 57% Off)

Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Short Mountain Distillery (Up to 57% Off)

Short Mountain Distillery

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Distillery crafts authentic Tennessee moonshine with local ingredients; tour includes shot glass and dessert

$46 $21

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TCPRS Ghost Tours: Haunted Tour or Paranormal Investigation Class (Up to 58% Off). Five Options Available.

Haunted Tour or Paranormal Investigation Class (Up to 58% Off). Five Options Available.

TCPRS Ghost Tours

Jonesborough

Guides share spooky historical trivia on walking tours; ghost-hunting tours and classes teach students how to find supernatural phenomena

$50 $21

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Hike The Smokys: Guided Smoky Mountain Group Hike for Two, or Romantic Hike for Two at Hike The Smokys (Up to 53% Off)

Guided Smoky Mountain Group Hike for Two, or Romantic Hike for Two at Hike The Smokys (Up to 53% Off)

Hike The Smokys

Sevierville

Take in beautiful vistas while spotting elk, deer, goats, and other native wildlife during two- to four-hour hike

$180 $87

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Wahoo Zip Lines: Zipline Tour for One, Two, or Up to Six at Wahoo Ziplines (Up to 49% Off)

Zipline Tour for One, Two, or Up to Six at Wahoo Ziplines (Up to 49% Off)

Wahoo Zip Lines

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Six ziplines carry riders and safety-conscious guides through majestic views at 40–250 feet above ground in shadow of Great Smoky Mountains

$89 $49

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Ocoee Zipz: $39 for a Zipline Tour for One at Ocoee Zipz ($79 Value)

$39 for a Zipline Tour for One at Ocoee Zipz ($79 Value)

Ocoee Zipz

Ocoee

Patrons zip from one tower to the next at speeds up to 45 mph over 40 acres of Ocoee’s rustic riverside scenery

$79 $39

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Black Mountain Thunder Zipline: Two-Hour Zipline Tour for One or Two from Black Mountain Thunder Zipline (Up to 63% Off)

Two-Hour Zipline Tour for One or Two from Black Mountain Thunder Zipline (Up to 63% Off)

Black Mountain Thunder Zipline

Harlan County

Guided zipline tour take groups up to 400 ft. in the air at speeds up to 60mph winding through Appalachian Mountains

$79 $33

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Taking Better Photos: Guided Photo Tour Through Great Smoky Mountains for 2 or 4 from Taking Better Photos (Up to 50% Off)

Guided Photo Tour Through Great Smoky Mountains for 2 or 4 from Taking Better Photos (Up to 50% Off)

Taking Better Photos

Pigeon Forge

Beginner and seasoned photogs travel to Smoky Mountains snapping pictures and learning photo techniques via cameras, cell phones or tablets

$116 $58

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The Muse Knoxville: Planetarium and Science Museum Visit at The Muse Knoxville (Up to 66% Off)

Planetarium and Science Museum Visit at The Muse Knoxville (Up to 66% Off)

The Muse Knoxville

Knoxville

Kids and adults romp through 4,000 sq. ft. of hands-on, science-inspired fun, including a trip to the Planetarium

$38 $13

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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame: Admission for Two or Membership for One or a Family at Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (Up to 62% Off)

Admission for Two or Membership for One or a Family at Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (Up to 62% Off)

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

Knoxville

Learn the history of women’s amateur and professional basketball play and see memorabilia from inductees like Pat Summitt and Robin Roberts

$15.90 $9

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Elvis Hollywood Legends Museum: Admission for Two or Four at Elvis Hollywood Legends Museum (Up to 42% Off)

Admission for Two or Four at Elvis Hollywood Legends Museum (Up to 42% Off)

Elvis Hollywood Legends Museum

Pigeon Forge

See the legend’s red convertible, wardrobe, and artifacts from his last tour while listening to audio commentary by close friends

$29.98 $17.50

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Douglas Lakeview Stables: Moonlight Rides and Overnight Camps at Douglas Lakeview Stables (Up to 53% Off). Five Options Available.

Moonlight Rides and Overnight Camps at Douglas Lakeview Stables (Up to 53% Off). Five Options Available.

Douglas Lakeview Stables

Sevierville

Moonlight rides overlook the Cherokee Valley with views of the Smoky Mountains and Lake Douglas; enjoy cowboy meal and camp overnight

$200 $99

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College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience: $49 for Two Admissions to College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience ($80 Value)

$49 for Two Admissions to College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience ($80 Value)

College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience

Downtown

94,000-square-foot facility chronicles 140 years of football with exhibits that bolster patrons’ knowledge and test their abilities

$80 $49

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Fly Fishing the Smokies: Five-Hour Guided Fly-Fishing Trip for Two or Four from Fly Fishing the Smokies (Up to 53% Off)

Five-Hour Guided Fly-Fishing Trip for Two or Four from Fly Fishing the Smokies (Up to 53% Off)

Fly Fishing the Smokies

Knoxville

Guided fly-fishing trip with provided equipment and streamside lunch

$400 $199

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  • Greater Outdoor Adventures
    In addition to spelunking expeditions, Greater Outdoor Adventures’ guides run whitewater-rafting and hiking excursions in the Smokey Mountains area. The instructors are well trained, safety conscious, and capable of handling any diplomatic emergencies that may arise during encounters with the mole people.
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    3555 Wheat Way
    Cosby, TN US
  • Direct Marketing Service Kiosk
    Overlooking a mountain stream at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Comfort Inn in Gatlinburg features homey comforts in close proximity to Tennessee’s major attractions. The hotel is next door to outdoor excursions and only a few minutes from Dollywood. Smoke-free rooms harbor microwaves and refrigerators, as well as private balconies that face breathtaking Smoky Mountain vistas. Each morning, staff members set out a complimentary hot breakfast in the lobby with eggs, fresh fruit, and several waffle flavors.
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    2775 Parkway
    Pigeon Forge, TN US
  • Herstory Asheville & Urban Trail Tours
    Asheville changed drastically in the half-century following 1880. Railroad workers broke through the Appalachian Mountains' natural barrier and connected the city to the world, forever changing its culture and social zeitgeist. Though decades have passed, Brenda Seright Williams still feels the impact of this period, and the tour guide isn't content to let it fade into history. As it says on her website, she believes "the study of those who came before can inspire us to stretch our own limits." Her Urban Trail walking tours not only explore the 19th century’s Gilded Age but also tiptoe through four other time periods, including the Frontier Period and the Age of String Cheese. Alternatively, Brenda shifts the spotlight to Asheville's pivotal female figures during the aptly named Herstory tours. However, neither of these excursions are cookie-cutter adventures. To weave her stories, Brenda has conducted more than 100 interviews and spent countless hours researching minute details and the correct pronunciation of the word "pioneer."
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    52 North Market Street
    Asheville, NC US
  • Electro Bicycle Tours
    Electro Bicycle Tours’s Kettler Twin electric bikes assist riders with a motor that provides extra power to match how hard they’re pedaling. Three “assist” settings allow riders to customize the added speed, from a minimal boost to a high setting that helps bikes easily mount Asheville’s hills and then laugh at them. Alternatively, riders can switch the assist off to pedal using their strength alone. Sightseers can rent the bikes to carve their own paths through the city or let someone else do the navigating on scenic tours of Asheville that include a stop at the Asheville Botanical Gardens. Electro Bicycle Tours also teams up with the Asheville Brewing Company to offer Bike and Brew capers about town.
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    24 College Street
    Asheville, NC US
  • Oakes Farm
    In 2011, WBIR-TV reported that local racecar driver Trevor Bayne dropped by Oakes Farm to see his face carved into the cornfield. The farm had adopted Bayne as that year's maze theme, shaping the field to look like his face and his racecar when viewed from above. On the ground, however, the maze was a tangle of curves and dead ends that often took guests 90 minutes to solve, longer if they neglected to learn ancient Greek in order to ask the minotaur directions. The farm updates its agricultural labyrinth annually to reflect a new motif, but it never fails to entertain explorers with its routes and interactive games. Just as delightful are the hayrides that ferry visitors to and from the pumpkin patch, the smell of autumnal sweets from the Cornfections stand, and the echoes of laughter from inside the Mine Shaft—a giant slide in the farm's Back 40 entertainment area. These attractions, alongside animal exhibits, pedal karts, and open zones for freeform play, draw families to the seasonal hotspot. In the days approaching Halloween, however, the farm endeavors to make patrons flee with its haunted attractions and pop quizzes for school children.
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    8240 Corryton Rd.
    Corryton, TN US
  • Cherokee Caverns
    The Cherokee Caverns first started forming 300 million years ago. Today, their stalagmite- and stalactite-filled underground chambers are maintained by volunteers who open them to the public several times a year for special events, including Sunday night concerts, a Halloween trick-or-treating event, and Christmas in the Cave. (The holiday celebration makes the most of the cave's comfortable, permanent internal temperature: 58 degrees.) Below, some landmark moments in the caves' transformation from loose shells, sand, and clay into a modern-day social hub. Pre-1854: Native Americans discover the cave, as indicated by ancient torch-marks on the cave walls. 1854: A local farmer, Robert Crudington, rediscovers the caves. He noticed an eerie fog rising from the rocks covering the cave mouth. 1929: Crudington's daughter, Margaret Gentry, hosts the first public tour of the caverns. Between 1947 and 1960: Homer Harris, known as the world's tallest singing cowboy, holds a Western music show in the caves with his trick horse, Stardust. 1960s: A chef starts a restaurant in the cave mouth. Showing great self-restraint, he does not call it "Mouth Food." 1980: The restaurant burns down, seriously damaging the cave and ushering in an era of neglect and vandalism. 1990s: Volunteers take over the caverns, turning them into the event space and geological education site they are today.
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    8524 Oak Ridge Hwy.
    Knoxville, TN US

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