Students & Scouts explore and learn about exhibits at the Chattanooga Zoo, enroll in a homeschool series for Life Science experience, or even get close up with an educational program.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-697-1322 Read More
American Museum of Science and Energy is a science museum focuses about energy, especially nuclear power, and the role Oak Ridge played in the Manhattan Project.
Oak RidgeTEL - 865-294-4531
Appalachian Caverns is well-known caverns with guided tours, ranging from easy to advanced and access to a picnic area. There are also campsites & a gem mine.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-323-2337
The Beck Cultural Exchange center features a range of local & national African-American history thru exhibits & artifacts that focus on the pioneers and trailblazers of yesterday.
KnoxvilleTEL - 865-524-8461
Bessie Smith Cultural Center, an African-American history museum with exhibits on civil rights, jazz & local figures with tours and events.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-266-8658
Blount Mansion, the birthplace of the state of Tennessee and your Field Trip destination for statehood week, US history, colonial government, and life in the 18th century.
KnoxvilleTEL - 865-525-2375
Bristol Caverns, one of the oldest attractions in northeast Tennessee features a guided tour of ancient caverns with unique mineral formations & an underground river.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-878-2011
The Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center memorializes the history of our nation’s highest military award for valor, from 1863 to the present.
East TennesseeTEL - 423-877-2525
Chattanooga National Military Park supports field trips, guided tours, in-school curriculum materials and on-site service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and scout groups.