Comfort Suites Airport
140 Cusick Rd.
Alcoa, TN 37701
Phone: (865) 984-9840
Fax: (865) 379-5058
140 Cusick Rd., Alcoa, TN, US, 37701
- Phone: (865) 984-9840
- Fax: (865) 379-5058
There are approximately 152,000 items including books, reference materials, audio books, and newspapers located at this library. It also features 30 online catalog stations and 24 public computers, 20 located in the adult area and four located in the children's room.
Exciting and fun family amusement venue that features a wide variety of activities including 24 lanes of "Lunar Lighting" bowling with glow in the dark pins and special effects, three separate go-cart tracks including a kiddie track, a six position batting cage, an area that has children's rides, a cafe, and one of the largest video arcades in the area.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, this old schoolhouse was built two years before Tennessee became a state and is named for the former Tennessee Governor, Sam Houston. There are a number of reading materials from the 19th century located inside this one room log schoolhouse, as well as period benches for students, the teacher's desk, and items used during Houston's time when he taught here. A gift shop and a beautiful native wildflower garden are also on site.
Nestled on 60 beautiful acres, this park features six baseball and softball fields, two soccer fields, a paved hiking and biking trail, and a children's playground.
The former home of John Sevier, Tennessee's first Governor, is located on this historic farmstead that also includes a loom house, tavern, smokehouse, and half-cantilever barn that are used to depict the life and time of Governor John Sevier. Tours are available.
Laser Quest is live action laser tag at its best. Enter the multi-level arena where fog, music and special effects combine to provide an incredible combination of tag and hide & seek. For family and group events, birthday parties or on your own, Laser Quest is interactive intense fun for ages 7-77.
The affluent neighborhood of Sequoyah Hills lays sprawled where the Tennessee river bends as it courses through the land. Located to the east of the main city center, this neighborhood is called home by some of the wealthiest residents of the state, and, maybe, even the country. As soon as you curve in through the Cherokee Boulevard and enter Sequoyah Hills, the first thing that you will notice are the massive, mansion-like homes. The real estate here is one of the most expensive in the city, and if you can afford to buy a home here, then you will have some very famous neighbors. The neighborhood is also where the Sequoyah Hills Park is located, and this park is a venue for several of the city's cultural events.
A 500-acre regional park that includes picnic shelters, volleyball, swimming, junior golf, walking trails, soccer fields, baseball and softball fields, fishing, a marina, and a yacht club.
Knoxville's indoor combat and video gaming lounge with over 30,000 sq. ft. of urban themed combat areas with a variety of missions.
An exact replica of the official memorial in Guam, this monument features a noble Doberman pinscher that commemorates hundreds of heroic war dogs that served during World War II.
Once serving as Confederate General James Longstreet's headquarters during the "Siege of Knoxville" in 1863, this grand Antebellum mansion is now the home of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and features 15 spacious rooms filled with visible reminders of the war. A Confederate museum is also on site.
Once the centerpiece of a working 600-acre farm, this exquisite historic home is filled with 18th century antique furniture, a collection of English silver from circa 1640 to 1820, and lovely decorative arts. Other features of the property include five magnificent fountains, nine beautiful terraces, and manicured formal Italian gardens.