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Blountville - Attractions


You can contact the Bristol CVB for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Bristol CVB
20 Volunteer Pkwy.
PO Box 519
Bristol, VA   24203
(423) 989-4850
www.bristolchamber.org
tourism@bristolchamber.org




Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Blountville:


Appalachian Caverns Foundation

420 Cave Hill Rd.,,  Blountville, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Guided tours daily, rain or shine. Well lighted, safe walkways & bridges. Well trained guides. Northeast Tennessee's largest and most popular cavern.



Cooper's Gem Mine

1136 Big Hollow Rd.,,  Blountville, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Miners may purchase a pre-filled bucket of authentic mine ore to sluice to find a variety of gemstones and minerals. You keep what you find.



Countryside Vineyards & Winery

658 Henry Harr Rd.,,  Blountville, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Countryside Vineyards is family owned and operated. Open year 'round, offering free tastings and tours.



Muddy Creek Raceway

313 Maple Ln.,  Blountville, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - A top ranked motorcross park with racers from 4 yrs old to 48 yrs. Old. This is geared for the whole family to enjoy.



Birthplace of Country Music Museum

500 Gate City Hwy.,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Museum contains exhibits and artifacts on traditional Appalachian and performers from the region. Live music every Thursday evening.



Birthplace of Tennessee Ernie Ford

1223 Anderson St.,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Home of world renowned musician and entertainer Tennessee Ernie Ford, born in Bristol. House features artifacts o f this storied career.



Bristol Caverns

1157 Bristol Caverns Hwy.,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - One of the largest & most beautiful in the Smoky Mountain Region. A tour through the caverns will take you through millions of years of timeless beauty.



Bristol Dragway

151 Speedway Blvd.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - A $14 million state of the art facility with a 700 foot dragway.



Bristol Historic Downtown

Bristol,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - With more than 25 antique and specialty stores and restaurants, downtown Bristol is filled with several attractions and historic tours.



Bristol Motor Speedway & Dragway

151 Speedway Blvd.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Bristol Motor Speedway & Dragway are two of the premier facilities on the NASCAR & NHRA circuits and home to the most popular Winston Cup (beginning 2004 that'll be NEXTELL CUP) events.



Bristol Sign

State St.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Historic landmark spanning the state line declaring Bristol 'A Good Place to Live'. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.



Country Music Marker / Mural

State St.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Tribute to 1927 'Bristol Sessions' where first recordings of country music occurred. Recognized as the "Official Birthplace of Country Music."



Paramount Center for the Arts

518 State St.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - The Paramount is a 1931 restored movie palace. Art deco & Italian Renaissance décor with 756 seats and a wide variety of entertainment is presented.



Theater Bristol

512 State St.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Theatre Bristol is a non-for-profit cultural and educational organization celebrating 37 years (2003) of regional community involvement and support.



Veterans Memorial at Cumberland Square Park

Cumberland Sq.,,  Bristol, TN or you can contact the Bristol CVB @ (423) 989-4850 for additional information.  - Featuring five life size bronze sculptures paying tribute to our servicemen and women. Open free to the public.






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