Clarksville is the location of a county in Montgomery County in central Tennessee. Founded in 1784, Clarksville is one of the most historic cities in the south. Now you can experience history through memorable attractions, unique historical buildings, and annual festivals and events.
The history-ingrained Clarksville began in the early 1780s as a settlement along the banks of the Cumberland and Red Rivers by John Montgomery, a hero of the Revolution War. In 1785, Clarksville became the first independent city in Tennessee.
Clarksville is located on the border with I-24's state of Tennessee Kentucky, only 40 minutes from Nashville International Airport. Interstate exits 1, 4, 8, and 11 serve as city gateways. Several U.S. and state roads were intertwined around the city, and the community was easily accessible from anywhere.
People from the country to the riverside, to the outside and to the inside of Clarksville find high quality amenities and resources, and provide fun for most people. The oldest city in Tennessee, this area, is infested with history. The legacy of the Cumberland River and the rich tobacco trade, its own downtown building, and the way to celebrate the settlement of the historic settlers are some ways in which Clarksville shows the importance of the past.
In connection with the city's fascinating history, the present community is a progressive, vibrant and cultural and diverse community. The impact of Austin Pee State University, the regional liberal arts campus, and Fort Campbell, the home of the 101th Airborne Division's Screening Eagles, are evident through entertainment, festivals, events, shopping and meals.
Read and explore information discovered by thousands of Leisure Travelers, groups, and various event participants. The Clarksville hospitality, the center, the beautiful scenery, and the family-friendly attractions offer a memorable experience.
The main avenue of Franklin Street, which restored brick walks, intersections, periodic lighting, benches and planters, has become the heart of a new downtown district. Use the self-guided Clarksville Tour to find a place slowly. Area features:
- Shop at antique shops and boutiques.
- It is a local restaurant offering everything from gourmet pizza and burger to German food.
- He was a professional film at the Contemporary Art Theater in the 1940s.
- It was an extraordinary building built in the early 1850s.
- Austin Peay State University, Emerald Hill, and Archwood are one of the best cities to represent reconstruction in Italy, and Mabel Larson Gallery is one of them.
- Public art is scattered all over the downtown area.
- The McGregarpark Cumberland Riverwalk, Riverside Drive Company, 931-645-7476 is a place that can be seen in any season of the year. The 15-acre park has a RiverCenter with historic exhibits, amusement parks, performance stages, picnic areas, circular theaters and pedestrian walkways to the historic downtown Clarksville. The Cumberland Riverwalk, which includes a Christmas Summer Riverfest, a Christmas in Cumberland, a long walk of the sun, and a stroll decorated with colorful autumn leaves, is a place where all the family members can enjoy themselves throughout the year.
- Historic Collinsville, 4711 Weakley Road, +1 931-648-9141.17-October 14, Th-Su 1 pm to 5 pm. Other time/date by appointment. South side. The historic Colinsville is a 40 acre-wide village of pioneers, featuring buildings built between 1830 and 1870. Driving along a winding country road around the city for about 30 minutes, you will see the best country side in Montgomery County, where you can experience yourself. Special events are scheduled, so you can see documents in educational costumes on a daily basis. The park has picnic areas and sidewalks. The admission fee was charged.
- Beakheaven Winery, 1110 Dan Lop☏, +1 931-645-8867. May 9: M-Sa 9AM-7PM, Su Noon to 5 pm; October-April: M-Sa 9AM-5PM, Su Noon to 5:00 p.m. Enjoy free tours and tasting meals in the top commercial winery in Tennessee. Known for its award-winning wine and champagne, the beak haven offers a glimpse of the centuries-old art of wine making. Ensure that your visit is complete with hundreds of unique gifts and large shaded picnic areas. Free.
- The Platform Memorial Hall, 5702 buildings, Fort Campbell, Don F. Tennessee Street, ☏1 270-798-3215. M-Sa 9:30AM-4:3OPM, holiday, Christmas, and New Year's. During World War II, he tracked the history of the 'Eagles Who Scream' that manipulated Iraq's freedoms through their war with Vietnam. Just outside the museum, various aircraft, military equipment and monuments are on display. This huge machine always draws the imagination of children and children in the heart. Freedom.
- Customs Museum Cultural Center (200s) 2nd Street, +1 931-648-5780. The Customs House Museum, the second largest general museum, Tu-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su 1PM-5PM, and M. Tennessee, is a "must" for family members and those who like history. Built in 1898 to thrive the tobacco business, this architectural style is one of the most photographed buildings in the area and is appealing to architecture. Located in the center of the historic downtown area, the center has both permanent and rotating exhibits and has the "Explorer Floor" where the entire family solves the puzzle and plays the game. The admission fee was charged.
- Roxy Regional Theater 100 Franklin St, ☏+1 931-645-7699. Roxy Regional Theater, the oldest professional theater in Clarksville, offers a combination of professional company shows and community delivery. In 1947, Roxy, who lives in the Art Modern Theater, produces ten main works every year. Roxy's "Other Universe" makes four new scripts a year at the 40-seat Blackbox Theater.
- Emerald Hill Mansion, Day 751 N.2, +1 931-221-7979. M-F 9AM-4PM. It started as a farm in the 1820s and underwent two major renovations in 1900 and 1909. It contains a lot of original furniture and is the home of Pace Almni Center, the Emerald Hill Aluminum Development Office of Austin PI State University. Free.
- New Providence Area 931-648-5780. The End of Walker Street. Fort Difinance. Time: Dawn-dusk Fort Difinance is a well-preserved outpost in a civil war used by the Southern Allies. Fort Diphens, who looked down on Cumberland and Red Rivers, surrendered without a shot by the Southern Army after the fall of Fort Donnell.
- L&N Train Station, Commerce and Industry, Tenth Street, 931-553-2486 Time: TU TH SA 9AM-1PM. L&N Station is the setting for Clarksville's Last Train, a hit film by the Monkey that was built in 1890. It was once one of the busiest places in Clarksville, where soldiers and civilians set off and arrive every day.
- Austin Pay Campus, 931-221-7333. Hanedo Hall. Maybell Larson Gallery Time: M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mabel Larson Gallery is a house in the Harned Hall on the campus of Austin Pee State University. At the exhibition, the works are selected from the university's permanent art collection.
- 931-645-7444 Downtown Franklin-Odori Kueikaihiroba/Eien Furyo Toll-Free The former City Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Built in the Central Zone in 2004, a sacred flame was set up to celebrate the sacrifice of the soldiers and their families.
- 931-648-5787 Millennium Plaza & Public Art 1 Millennium Plaza Montgomery County Court and Coates Center contain photographs showing the fascinating history and heritage of Montgomery County. In addition to the Millennium Plaza's copper fountain, there are two bronze statues on Franklin Street and Commerce Street. On Franklin Street there are murals depicting the architecture of Clarksville. Free.
- Sevier Station, 120 Duncan St, +1 931 472-3351. This place was the site where the Southern Army set up during the Civil War and burned it down. It was built by the Confederacy of the South in 1862 and captured by the Union. The earthen walls of the outside area are still large, and the gunstock can still be seen.
- 1&McClure Streets, Ltd., Smith-Trahern Mansion, Time: M-F 9:30AM~2:30PM, 931-648-9998. Make reservations at night and on weekends. This Matapis, built in 1858 by Christopher Smith, a rich tobacco man, looks down on the Cumberland River. It is a conflict-era building built before the war, reflecting the changes in the Greek and Italian styles that were popular at that time. On top of a large corridor, a beautiful curved staircase, and a roof lies the "Widow's Walk." In March 1988, the Museum was established in a national historic site. The admission fee was charged.
- The Statue of Wilmaldorf, McGregarpark, Riverside Drive Co., Ltd 931-645-7476. In order to honor the best Olympic athletes and their legacy in America, the statue of Wilma Rudolf, from Clarksville, was painted by the hand of local sculptor Howard Brown. Her three gold medalist statues are at the foot of the pedestrian bridge in College Street and Riverside Drive. free
- Clarksville StormPay.com Speedway, 1600 Needmore Rd, +1 931-645-2523 (Needmore931-645-2523) Time: A drag race of 1/8 miles on October 3rd, March, bracket races on Friday night. It is a 1/4-mile-high clay elliptical orbit for slow models, open wheels, mini-prints, pro-street, stock and mini-mode cars. The park area with fences for children. The admission fee was charged.
- 1 Dunbar Cab State Natural Area, 401 Old Dunbar Cave Rd, +1 931-648-5526. Time: The park opens every day at 8:00 a.m. on the evening sun. Visitor Center Daily 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. a reservation tour The 110-acre park is one of the most scenic districts in Clarksville. The cave and its surroundings were the resorts of mineral springs at the turn of the century. In the 1930s and 1940s, the entrance to a huge cave became a place with natural air conditioning for the performance of the Big Bang. Later, the cave was owned by country music legend Roy Eakoff, who organized part of the Nashville's biggest name in the world of entertainment. Admission to the park: free. The caves are closed except for a pay-guided tour. However, the tour has been suspended indefinitely. The ground has a variety of hiking courses, from a 1.5-mile ring road to a two-mile ring road. Fishing is allowed on the grounds, but because of the small nature of the lake, it does not swim or play on the boat.
- Historic Downtown Walking & Drive Tour 931-647-2331. Let's take a look at the best place in the historic downtown Clarksville. In addition, there are self-guided walking and driving tours around the area. The brochure map is available at the Visitor Information Center, the Chamber of Commerce, the Customs Museum, the Montgomery County Court, and the Cumberland River Center.
- Swan Lake Sports Complex, 2002 Sanders Rd, +1 931 647-6511. The sport at this center is broad. It includes softball stadiums, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, large pools and so on. It has over 50 acres.
Clarksville is a golfer's paradise and enjoys golf for almost a year with climate and climate. The Clarksville course, Golf Digest, "The 11th City in the United States for Public Golf," offers beautiful vegetables at an affordable price.
- Clarksville Country Club, 224 Fairway Drive, +1 931-647-5674.
- Call Park 1610 101st Airborne Division Blvd, +1 270-798-4906.ft. Campbell.
- Eastland Green, 550 Clube Haus Lane, +1 931-358-9051.
- Eastland Green South 4674 Sango Road, +1 931-358-9052.
- Mason Rudolf 1514 Golf Club Lane, 931-645-7479.
- Swan Lake, 581 Dunbar Cable Rd, +1 931-648-0479.
For Clarksville, you can choose from a standard black-light bowling, and a variety of bowling centers. All offer bowling time and shoes rental. It also offers snacks bars and a pleasure for dinner. Contact the Center for open time and events.
- East Gate Bowling Center, 1770 Madison Center, 931-647-6541
- Hooper Bowling Center, 5380 Tennessee Abe☏, +1 931-431-6347. a foot campbell
- The Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center, 430 Warfield Blvd, +1 931-647-2695.
- Skyline lane, 201 Kraft, 931-645-2456.
The blessings of Cumberland and Red Rivers are a shelter for people who are caught up in the water. It's a beautiful place where you can enjoy the sunshine, including water skiing, jet skiing, fishing, and river cruising. The Cumberland River in the region has become one of the top trapping spots in the United States thanks to Field and Stream.
Whether you like big department stores, or your own bargain havens, or in between, Clarksville provides you with every opportunity to shop. The anchor stores that are widely known around the governor's square mall include borders, the old navy, and T.J. Maxx、Hobby Lobby、PetSmart、Linens & Things。 If antique hunting is an ideal excursion or if you're looking for really unique gifts or collections, Clarksville offers a lot of them on the historic busy streets and along Fort Campbell Boulevard. Fireworks can be purchased along the main roads of Tennessee, especially on Fort Campbell Burbudd. Walking along the street, you will see dozens of tents and fireworks stores. Fireworks are legal in Tennessee.
- Briar & Bean of Clarksville, 105 Fairview Ln, +1 931 552-6465 (Clarksville's Briar & Bean, 105 Fairview Ln, +1 931). This is a coffee shop with a smoking room at the back of the house. It moves from the shopping street and is now a stand-alone place. They sell well-made cigars and some gift shops have flask, pipes and other tobacco tools. There are a wide variety of coffee products, and in addition to the standard hot cups, there are many choices for gourmet.
- CD Warehouse, 1631 Fort Campbell Blvd, +1 931 920-0051. The retroknock is good for selling and buying all kinds of music and movies. Just look. If you're looking for music, DVDs, or movies, you'll find new things like CDs or vinyl records, or things you own, such as VHS tapes. Some video games go back to Super Nintendo. It's fun to see it as the average price!
- Governors Square Mall, 2801 Wilma-Rudolph Blvd, ☏+1 931 552-0289. In addition to the movie theater, where you can buy a restaurant at an affordable price, you can also find a wide choice of shopping at medium-sized malls. The department stores are now Dillard, Sears, Berg and JC Penny. In addition, there are standard stores such as beauty and health stores, children's stores, men's and women's stores, sports stores, electronics stores, crafts stores, home stores, and fire stone autocare.
The Clarksville also has all the major American chain stores and the southern chain stores at home. Sonic Drive-In restaurants and waffle house restaurants are plentiful along with the fast food chains of Popeye, Charlie's Sub, Tikfill A, Jack in the Box, Long John Silver and Five Boys Burger and Fries. Smoking is still allowed in some places.
- 1 Papa Murphy's Take 'n' Bake, 1571 Fort Campbell Blvd , +1 931 55-2210 (1931) This pizza shop, to bring you home and cook, prepares food in front of your eyes and everything is very fresh and clean. They proudly offer military discounts. It's all delicious!
-  Rovin's Dinner, 110 Dean Road, 931 647-8990. This dinner doesn't have a website, but it's known to many locals and visitors. The service is at its highest price, low price, and always under $10. They are closed on Sunday. Open Day serves breakfast, lunch and dinner all day.
-  Sam's Joyos Cafe, 3095 Fort Campbell Blvd, ☏ 931 431-4886. Casual cafés are especially delicious in gyro. There are no websites or menus available on line, but the price is relatively low. It is of great value to your money. It has a number of shopping districts and sightseeing areas, and it has a lot of large-street locations.
- 1 Blackhose Pub & Berlewery, 132 Franklin St, +1 931-552-3726. I'd like a beer cheese dip and a white horse pizza to the pretzels. In addition to well known beers, many unique beers from black-house shops are also sold.
- Americas Best Inn 3080 Wilma Rudolf Brubber☏, +1 931 648-8800, Fax: +1 931 920-3400
- Best Western Executive Inn, 250 Holiday☏ Drive, +1 931 552-3330, Fax:+1 931 552-3485.
- Clarksville Microtel Inn & Suites, 241 Holiday Drive, 1 931 905-1505, Fax:+1 931 905-2505.
- Fairfield Inn & Suites Clarksville, 110 Westfield Court, +1 931 551-3200, fax: +1 931 551-4066.
- Holiday Inn 3095 Wilma Rudolph Blvd, +1 931 648-4848.
- Holiday Inn Express 700 Coral Road, 931 358-5800.
- Main Stay Suites Fort Campbell 115 Fairbrook Place, 1 931 648-3400.
- Ramada Limited, 3100 Wilma Rudolph Blvd, ☏ +1 931 552-0098.
- 1 Riverview Inn 50 College St +1 931-552-3331.
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