Visit Knoxville for Local & Tourist Info
Visit Knoxville is the official destination marketing organization for the City of Knoxville and Knox County. Join their journey with #KNOXROCKS.
Quick Summary of Visit Knoxville
Visit Knoxville is the official Convention and Visitors Bureau for Knoxville and Knox County. They promote Knoxville to travelers, convention and sports planners, journalists, film makers and more – all to increase economic activity in our region. They also support community initiatives encompassing art, history, entertainment and outdoor adventure. In the process, they make Knoxville even more enjoyable for those of us fortunate enough to live here.
They also operate the Knoxville Visitors Center at the corner of Gay and Summit. Stop by for personal assistance with tours and recommendations. Enjoy FREE live music there with the WDVX Blue Plate Special, a live performance radio show held Monday – Thursday and Saturdays at noon. And take some time to shop from the wonderful assortment of local gift items in their gift shop (hours listed to the right).
Visit Knoxville, a private 501(c)(3) corporation, is a complete destination marketing, services, and management company that contracts with the City of Knoxville and Knox County to promote Knoxville as a premier destination for large conventions, special events, sporting events, and leisure travel for increased economic activity in the region. The organization is home to the Visit Knoxville Sports Commission and the Visit Knoxville Film Office.
Their mission is to accelerate sustainable economic growth and development by increasing visitor and convention business to our community.
If you’re a resident of Knoxville, head to their events page to see what’s happening this month (p.s. there’s even a Community Events section). You’ll also want to download the Visit Knoxville app!
If you’re planning a visit to Knoxville, start your quest on the Visit Knoxville website. Their mobile-friendly website is comprehensive and robust. It’s the go-to place to find local events, annual events, weekend events, and gameday events.
If you’re considering moving to Knoxville, then you should request the relocation guide produced in partnership with the Knoxville Chamber. The Relocation Guide includes detailed information about healthcare, education, and Knoxville’s phenomenal quality of life. Readers will also find maps and citywide listings for attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, entertainment, and museums.
Get your copy of the FREE Knoxville Visitors Guide. Request a hard copy or download the digital version today. The Visitors Guide features great stories, maps, and lists of attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, entertainment venues, museums, and more. Bonus: the FLIP side is a Relocation Guide produced in partnership with the Knoxville Chamber.Request Guide
Subscribe to the Visit Knoxville monthly eNewsletter to receive updates on upcoming events, local attractions, restaurants, and more. The Visit Knoxville eNewsletter is a great way to stay connected to local events and things to do in the city of Knoxville and Knox county. Sign up for the monthly eNewsletter today (you can unsubscribe at anytime).Subscribe
The Visit Knoxville Blog allows you to experience Knoxville like an insider. No matter if you're a resident of this glorious city or a visitor who's fallen in love with it, you'll find great stories about Knoxville's history, art culture, food & drink, live music scene, festivals & events, outdoor activities, and so much more. Visit their blog and read articles from local writers.Visit Blog
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