Knoxville is a progressive, friendly, and rapidly growing city accessible from an international waterway. Situated at the foothills of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Knoxville, Tennessee is surrounded by nature's beauty. Three Interstates
run through Knoxville which is home to The University of Tennessee Volunteer sports teams and the Knoxville Ice Bears.
You will discover a wide variety of cultural diversity in Knoxville, Tennessee. Major events and festivals are held annually to depict the various cultures, including Black, Hispanic, Italian, Greek, Chinese, and more.
Parking is free at Market Square, State Street, and Locust Street garages, and on meters, from 6 p.m. weekdays
and all day on weekends.
Some of the most visited areas in Knoxville include Market Square in downtown Knoxville, the Waterfront area, and Turkey Creek shopping area in West Knoxville. You will find many beautiful parks, walking trails, bicycle trails, attractions, and museums.
There are many educational opportunities in this great southern city. The University of Tennessee and a number of colleges, trade schools, and adult education programs are available.