These are some of the 5 top places to get that perfect Christmas picture for your Christmas card or for Instagram. Tag us with the hashtag #visitclarksvilletn.
Are you looking for a uniquely created, custom-designed gift this holiday season? You know, that special one-of-a-kind item that no one else will have. Maybe this gift-giving season is the right time to make a lasting impression on that special someone. Are you thinking about jewelry, pottery, a painting, woodwork or some other artistic item? Here are some Clarksville spots worthy of browsing time where you just might find that perfect gift.
Ahh, the holiday glow. You know, the lights – twinkling lights that make everything sparkle and create that once-a-year comforting, luminous glow. If you’re searching for that in a destination, you’ll find it in Clarksville, Tennessee. Brief descriptions are below and a link to our details calendar of events is at the end of the post. Make sure to watch the video and see Christmas in Clarksville for yourself!
It may be morbid, or it may be Halloween, but there is something about visiting a graveyard that arouses intrigue and imagination. There are two historic cemeteries in Clarksville that date back to the very beginning, when Clarksville was nothing but a small settlement.
Three local breweries talk about how they started brewing and opening their business; their unique brewing styles; and seasonal craft brews.
The temperature is dropping, which means it’s almost Halloween! The cool fall temperature will get anyone in the mood for pumpkin picking, hayrides, and corn mazes.
Clarksville’s skyline is filled with spires. The three most prominent belong to architectural gems that are fascinating and picturesque inside and out. These historic churches each have a story to tell. Make sure to include these Instagrammable spots when you visit downtown Clarksville, Tenn.
Take a tour through the historic Smith Trahern Mansion overlooking the Cumberland River, or join them for their Trees of Christmas Open House on December 1.
Get in the Halloween spirit with several spooky traditions. Ranging from Harvest Fest at Collinsville to spooky shows at the Roxy your bases are covered.
With several weeks of warm weather still ahead, there’s no time like the summer to make lasting memories -- and there’s no better place to do it than Clarksville. From racing through bike trails to floating down the Cumberland River, Clarksvillians and visitors alike are never far from authentic adventures. The city and immediate area has an activity for everyone, whether you’re an adrenaline junkie, an underground explorer or a slow-paddling nature buff. Here are a few of our favorite warm-weather activities sure to bring excitement and joy to every member of the family.
From a hip, event-filled downtown to relaxing country drives framed by extravagant fall color, Clarksville, Tenn. is a favorite Mid-South fall getaway. These festivals, events and scenic spots may inspire you to plan a trip to this thriving river city.
America’s craft beer scene didn’t start to brew until the 1970s, well over a decade from when Wilma Rudolph won Olympic Gold, or when Jimi Hendrix trained as a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne. It would take another couple of decades before Blackhorse Pub and Brewery held the gate door open to Clarksville’s current flood of craft beer. With seven breweries presently pouring and a couple more to open before the close of 2019, this is one flood welcomed with open arms of its citizens. The three breweries to pull the latest pints in town are Evill Nash Brewing Company, Kings Bluff Brewery and Gladiator Brewery. Walk into any of the three destinations and you’re likely to enjoy a taste or two, but hopefully also understand this unique sense of place Clarksville’s newest trailblazers are creating. Here are their stories –– a testament of how Clarksville’s heartbeat resonates with community.
Clarksville is a small city that can boast of big talent among its artists and artisans. Learn about these five and where to find their work.
Who doesn’t love free?! Our May post about “9 Fun Free Family Activities” has been so popular, we’ve added 8 more ideas! Whether you’re looking for an affordable destination that will guarantee fun for the whole family, some day-trip or weekend getaway ideas, or even some activities to get the kids out of the house for a couple of hours, you’ll these Clarksville options might be just the perfect solution. And remember, we’re less than an hour from Nashville along I-24.
Whether you're planning a trip to Clarksville this summer or live here and are looking for ways to fill some of those long summer days, here are some ideas for free activities -- in no particular order -- that the whole family can enjoy. (Check back soon, we're already working on the second nine!)
Clarksville’s summer concert lineup is a genre-spanning, dance-fueled party for all ages. From tribute acts to rock bands to jazz to bluegrass, Clarksville’s summer concert lineup spans all genres
Think Nashville is the only place to take your significant other on a cute date? Maybe you haven’t seen all that Clarksville has to offer. During the spring and summer, Clarksville comes alive! It is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors and see more of this wonderful city. Show your new beau how fun you are while exploring Clarksville’s great outdoors!
Think you can only find beautiful hiking in East Tennessee? Granted, you won’t find those gorgeous mountaintop views in Clarksville, but Middle Tennessee has plenty of hills, creeks and woods where you can enjoy a shorter challenging trail or a scenic family stroll. Check out these options in Clarksville, 40 minutes northwest of Nashville.
Two full days of golf, a little shooting and a couple of breweries gives you the ultimate man weekend adventure!
Clarksville’s small-city vibe is a great place to escape the big-city blues. Read about the downtown transformation that will make you want to rediscover this booming city.
Visit Clarksville invites guests to embark on a “Clarksville History Hunt” and see some of the city's historic buildings for the first time or to experience them through a new perspective. Simply follow the trail in no particular order, post your photos of the buildings on Instagram, tag @visitclarksvilletn and use the hashtag #clarksvillehistoryhunt. The first five people to post pictures of all 11 sites below will win a prize from Visit Clarksville! Happy hunting.
Whether you are taking your sweetie out for a lunch date, or stopping in quickly to grab a to-go order, or making an impression with cake for a celebratory occasion, Clarksville has a variety of eateries and bakeries for satisfying your demands. These six offer the unique flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine, German, French, and European-American.
Perched atop Boothill in the Clarksville neighborhood of New Providence, the Fort Defiance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center sits high on a bluff where Red River and Cumberland River converge. With sweeping views of these rivers and of Downtown Clarksville, you can soak up an afternoon enjoying the scenery, or perhaps dig a little deeper. One of the last remaining earthen forts, Fort Defiance was originally built by 200 enslaved men and its story is steeped in African-American heritage.
Clarksville is home to hundreds of thousands of people. With this size population, there are many options for fun on a typical weekend. Enjoy dinner downtown. See a movie or show at one of the theatres. Plan an escape games outing with friends. One often overlooked opportunity is the myriad of events and activities at our own Austin Peay State University – some that you may not have even considered. Check out these top 5 activities that are open to the public. Maybe you’ll want to add some to your to-do list!
I am a woman of few guilty pleasures, and walking around downtown Clarksville on Saturday I came across a handful of new stores that feed my indulgences -- books, records and vintage.
Now that Christmas is over, winter break is behind us and all the decorations are put up (well, most anyway), getting out of the house is a must. Here are some of our favorite things to do in Clarksville that keep the 6-year-old and 4-year-old entertained.
From forested trails, to urban adventures, and wintry brews, Clarksville in the wintertime offers fun family journeys and cozy places to settle in for local brews and fare.
Writer Mari-Alice Jasper tells us about her favorite finds on the Clarksville BBQ trail. Discover where to find pork, chicken, brisket, fresh-made sides, and decadent desserts.. and discover a few secret ingredients for Clarksville's variety of homemade sauces!
No matter your walk of life – from the college student to the CEO – coffee has likely improved your mood, performance or even interpersonal interactions at some point. It’s a meeting staple, a morning jolt for many, and thanks to the recent “third wave” coffee movement, it has become an art.
A serene holiday glow warms many U.S. cities between Thanksgiving and the New Year, but Clarksville truly sparkles as millions of lights adorn the city’s Cumberland RiverWalk and downtown city center. Rediscover the magic of Christmas at these family-friendly events.
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