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.
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.
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.
The East Tennessee History Center focuses on East Tennessee regional & national history in permanent & visiting exhibits of artifacts, art & Civil War items thru tours & hands-on activities.
The Historic Ramsey House, home of the Ramsey Family, one of the first families to settle in Knoxville. Guided tours are available in history, architecture, science and math.
Knoxville Botanical Gardens & Arboretum offers tours and the “Every Child Outdoors” program encourage learning about the environment and growing fruits and vegetables.
The Knoxville Museum of Art celebrates the art and artists of East Tennessee offering tours on specific areas or a general overview of the whole museum.
Mclung Museum of Natural History & Culture focuses on natural history, archaeology, anthropology, decorative arts, and local history thru its exhibits and primary sources.
The Tennessee Museum of Aviation offers an educational experience with aviation exhibits, military vehicles, aircraft engines and the best part is our airplanes.