World of Illusions is an outdated facility that has many "Illusions" that do not work. I was very disappointed, and many times saw no illusions at all. The admission fee is nominal, but it is still not worth it. This museum is in the center of a tourist mega center, so you'd think they put more in the maintenance of the facility.
Miniature golf, go-carts, kiddie rides, and an arcade all in one location! There is bound to be something for everyone at The Track. Tickets are $2.50 each, and most activities use a couple of tickets, except the kiddie rides, which are one ticket each.
Coupon books often have a buy one ticket get one free coupon in them. The facilties are clean and well designed. There is plenty of free parking. Staff is friendly and helpful.
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies is an affordable adventure for the entire family. Regardless of your age, you will learn something on your visit. And, they offer a money back guarantee--if you aren't satisfied, you will get a refund on your admission price.
There are hands-on activities, a children's area, and demonstrations and discussions throughout the day. Hours are convenient, too. Often, the aquarium is open until midnight.
Parrottsville Community Library is a small community library that gets a lot of support from local Ruritan clubs.
Open only three days a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, it has a good selection of books for its size. There are also computers with Internet access and a there is a separate children's room with a variety of children's books.
Library cards are free, but there is a replacement fee if the card is lost.
Stokely Memorial may not be the largest library that you'll encounter, but it is staffed by wonderful, friendly people. In addition to the book collection, there are DVDs, VHS tapes, audios, a children's section, a genealogy room, and a computer lab.
The library also participates in interlibrary loan, so books that they do not have in their own collection may be borrowed.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Elza is a world-class photographer, having taken photos of the rich and famous as well as hometown events, such as weddings, reunions, and portraits.
A veteran traveler, he is known around the world. His archives of negatives date back decades.
Prices are reasonable, considering that you get what you pay for.
The Greeneville Sun is a member of the Jones Media Group, a family owned business that includes newspapers, magazines, and radio stations.
The daily paper includes a lot of news and photos. It is very informative and well designed. Its staff is well trained in their duties. I enjoy reading the local happenings, which are all included. The news includes the hard hitting, the good news, community and church events, sports, lifestyles, and everything you can think of. The paper is community oriented.
The Newport Plain Talk is a daily paper, which publishes everyday except Monday and Saturday. It has local news, obituaries, law enforcement reports, and sports in every issue. On Sunday, there is a Lifestyles section that includes wedding announcements, church information, club news, education news and more.
It is an award winning paper that has lots of local photos. They also accept submissions from the community to consider for publication.
Dr. Mellon and the vet tech are great with your pets and are truly concerned about their patients. Fees are very reasonable, and there is someone on call for emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The office is conveniently located in the middle of White Pine. All kinds of veterinary services are available, ranging from emergency treatment to annual exams and vaccinations to surgical procedures.
Also, they will kennel your pet while you are on vacation for a reasonable daily fee.
This is a great old-fashioned small town drug store. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The store has a wonderful collection of antiques, and takes you to the apothecary of years past.
There is a wonderful soda fountain with homemade malts and shakes and great hamburgers.