Get on a bus rental in Maryville, Tennessee and visit Maryville now. The seat of Blount County, Maryville is home to more than 27,000 people and has been the recipient of several awards for its quality of life.
A bus rental in Maryville, Tennessee can take you to the following attractions:
Check out the Cades Cove Museum at the Thompson Brown House. Get in for free and see the artifacts, personal histories, photos and other memorabilia that tell you more about the place and the city. And learn more about the city and the county by visiting the Blount County Historical Museum.
Or you can check out the events at Capitol Theatre in a renovated historic venue. Then go to the Clayton Center for the Arts where you could see the Maryville College students perform musicals, theater shows and musical concerts. The center includes two art galleries and three performance spaces. Further catch a jazz performance at the Palace Theater or go down to Music Row and watch shows and performances in a space that accommodates more than 200 people.
There are several golf courses that you can play on in the city, including the Royal Oaks Golf Club and the three nine-hole courses at Lambert Acres Golf Club.
There are three dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Maryville. There's the Anderson Hall, the oldest building on the Maryville College campus. Built in the 1870s, the hall was named after the founder Isaac L. Anderson. The entire Maryville College Historic District is also on the register. The school has 320 acres of space with more than 1,200 students every year. There are several buildings on campus including campus housing. Another district on the register is the Indiana Avenue Historic District.
Then you have Friends Church, which was built in the 1870s and sports an Italianate architecture. The building is now the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
You can also check out the historic houses in the city that have notable architectural styles. For example, the 1870s David Jones House is a fine example of an Italianate house. Other houses on the register include the Alexander Hamil House, Dr. William P. Stevenson House, Hezekiah Kizer House, John M. Rorex House, Macklin Kerr House, Pete Hood House, and the Willard-Clark House, among others.
Then you also have Clover Hill Mill, a historic grist mill built in the 1920s and one of the few operating mills that once dominated the city's landscape. It is joined by other historic mills such as the Brick Mill Site, Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race, Shaddon Mill Site, and White's Mill. There are also two barns on the register: Langston Clark Barn and Mary Cochrane Barn.
Other nationally registered historic places are Alumni Gym, Federal Building, Happy Valley School, Harper Memorial Library, Morningside, Samuel A. Patton Building, and the Southern Railroad Freight Depot.
Visit the Maryville Alcoa Greenway, which is a paved biking and walking paths that connects two parks in both Maryville and Alcoa. You will also want to visit the Bicentennial Greenbelt Park, which is another greenway in the city. You should also check out the seven-acre Amerine Park, which has a softball and soccer field, playground and basketball court. Or you could visit Everett Park that has 20 acres and includes a sports complex that has soccer and football fields and walking trails.
Further, go to the John Sevier Park has eight acres of space that has picnic facilities, tennis courts, basketball courts, playground, a wading pool and an outdoor pool. Play soccer at Pearson Springs Park and play basketball, tennis, softball at Sandy Springs Park where the Smoky Mountain Classic Softball Tournament are held yearly. You should also visit the College Hill Park, Eagleton Park, Howe Street Park, and Louisville Point Park.
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