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Clinton - Attractions


You can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council for additional information about this specific area. Here's their contact info:


Anderson County Tourism Council
115 Welcome Ln.
Clinton, TN   37716
(865) 457-4542
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Here's a list of some fun things to see and do while you make great memories in Clinton:


Antique Trail in Clinton

Market St. ,  Clinton, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Offers visitors a variety of antique, craft and discount stores. The antique stores have that antique piece you are looking for to fill that special place.



Appalachian Arts Crafts Shop

2716 Andersonville Hwy.,  Clinton, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Oldest craft co-op in Tennessee, over 70 local artists. Their goal is to promote the Appalachian artists through education and sales.



Museum of Appalachia

2819 Andersonville Hwy.,  Clinton, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - The Museum of Appalachia is a 65 acre working rural farm village with animals and gardens. 30 original cabins & buildings. Over 250,000 items.



Ritz Theatre

119 N. Main St.,,  Clinton, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - The Ritz, opened in 1945, was the most modern theater in the South. First run movies, concerts, gospel singings, receptions & miscellaneous meetings.



Caleb Crosby Threshing Barn

Clear Creek Rd,  Lake City, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Threshing barn constructed in 1830 with original machinery and old farm tools including a pea shucker, cotton planter and wooden treadmill.



Coal Creek Motor Discovery Trail

Lake City,  Lake City, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Relive the 1800's coal mining industry and explore the scenic mountains and streams by traveling the new Coal Creek Motor Discovery Trail.



Coal Miners Museum

216 N. Main St.,,  Lake City, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Learn about the 1800's Coal Creek War and the third worst disaster in U.S. history. View historical artifacts, Coal Creek Motor Trail and more.



Rice 18th Century Gristmill

Norris Dam State Park,  Lake City, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - The Rice Family operated the mill in Union County from 1798 until 1935 when TVA moved it to Norris Dam. During the summer the mill grinds cornmeal



Norris Dam State Park Lenoir Museum

2121 Norris Frwy. (Hwy. 441) ,  Norris, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Exhibits display thousands of items collected by Will G. Lenoir of early settlement and everyday life in East Tennessee.



Norris Museum

Norris Sq.,  Norris, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - The city of Norris was built by TVA. The museum offers a pictorial history of this not so typical city's creations and Norris Dam's construction.



Historic Oliver Springs

Oliver Springs,  Oliver Springs, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - The land around Oliver Spring has been used for centuries as an Indian hunting ground, but it was the springs that encouraged them to stay.



Oliver Springs Railroad Depot

610 Walker Ave., ,  Oliver Springs, TN or you can contact the Anderson County Tourism Council @ (800) 524-3602 for additional information.  - Oliver Springs Library and Archives, southern caboose and 1800's fire wagon.






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