Knoxville Yellow Pages

Knoxville, TN

Knoxville Quick Guide

Surrounded by the beauty of eastern Tennessee at the base of Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville maintains its southern charm by cherishing its historic buildings and heritage while not hindering the city’s modern livability. In 1982, Knoxville was the site of the World’s Fair, which the city today continues to embrace with an expansive green space filled with fountains, waterfalls and lakes in its World’s Fair Park. Visitors and residents alike especially enjoy the views from the park’s popular Sunsphere observation deck. Aside from being the home of the University of Tennessee and its Vols football team, Knoxville also hosts the headquarters for Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Home and Garden Television (HGTV) and Regal Cinemas. Among its famous natives are Kenny Chesney and Quentin Tarantino. For information about Knoxville city offices and departments, call 3-1-1 for city services or visit the City County Building at 400 Main St. (Map).

Getting Around Knoxville

Get maps, driving directions and latest traffic info.
Find rental car agencies.
Find airport transportation services, if you’re flying in or out via McGhee-Tyson Airport (TYS).
Get info on Knoxville Area Transit routes: (865) 637-3000.

Making Knoxville Your Home

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Set up utilities: electric, water, gas, garbage collection, phone, internet, cable/satellite television.
Register to vote, or get voter information: (865) 215-2480.
Get or renew your Tennessee driver’s license: (865) 594-6399.

Knoxville Shopping and Services

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Knoxville, TN

Where to Go in Knoxville

Whether you’re planning to spend the day shopping or the evening wining and dining, you’ll find plenty of restaurants, stores and bars in the area surrounding Market Square (Map), the heart of downtown Knoxville. At night, discover several more popular pubs and music clubs in Old City, also called the Jackson Avenue warehouse district, in the area surrounding the intersection of Jackson and Central (Map).

Things to Do in Knoxville

Every Labor Day weekend, Knoxville celebrates the end of summer during the city’s largest annual event, Boomsday. More than 350,000 people – that’s roughly half of Knoxville’s metro population – mosey in for carnival rides, concerts, exhibits, petting zoos and plenty of fest food. Several fly-bys of the Air National Guard lead up to the grand fireworks finale. More info: (865) 342-9191. For everyday entertainment: movie theaters, ticket sellers, night clubs, restaurants, museums, golf courses

Popular Knoxville Attractions

Blount Mansion: (865) 525-2375 Map
Confederate Memorial Hall and Historic Bleak House: (865) 522-2371 Map
East Tennessee Discovery Center: (865) 594-1494 Map
Knoxville Zoo: (865) 637-5331 Map
World’s Fair Park and Sunsphere: (865) 251-6860 Map

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