Built in 1898 as an US Post Office and Customs House for the flourishing tobacco trade, this architecturally fascinating structure is among the most photographed buildings in the region. The state's second-largest general history museum, the center features rotating shows, art galleries, and an explorer's floor complete with Bubble Cave and a massive model train exhibit.
Admission is free the second Saturday of each month.
Hours of Operation: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday1:00pm-5:00pm
Built in 1858 by wealthy tobacconist Christopher Smith, this majestic antebellum home overlooks the Cumberland River. Constructed during the troubled pre Civil War era, the architecture reflects Greek Revival and Italianate styles. The home boasts grand hallways, an exquisite curved staircase and a widow's walk on the roof. During the winter months, local organizations fill the home with over 20 Christmas trees decorated and sparkling. In 1998, the mansion was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9:30am-2:30pm
Located within Fort Campbell Military Base, this museum is filled with authentic memorabilia. The history of the 101st Airborne Division Screaming Eagles, 5th Special Forces and 160th Special Operations can be followed from WWII to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Just outside the museum various aircraft, military equipment and monuments are on display and will capture the imagination of every child and child-at-heart. Visitors must obtain a visitor's pass at Gate Four to gain access to the facility.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm
Originally constructed in the 1800's, the Courthouse and Courts Complex is a blend of state of the art technology and historic charm. Restored and remodeled after the 1999 tornado, this architectural beauty is the symbol of Clarksville's historic downtown. Adorning the corridors of both buildings are 150 photographs illustrating the history and heritage of Montgomery County.
The Downtown Artists Co-op, or DAC, is an association of talented local artists and interested patrons dedicated to promoting the visual arts in the Clarksville/ Montgomery County area. DAC was founded in 2001 by a small group of local artists who had a vision of an art gallery in historic downtown Clarksville. Since then, it has grown to include 27 Full Artist Members, 16 Consignment Artists and over 50 Patrons.
DAC hosts the First Thursday Artwalk, held monthly from 5-8p.m. at participating downtown businesses. Experience new exhibits and enjoy food, fellowship and the company of local artists!
DAC is open daily from 1-5p.m., with hours changing seasonally.
Red Leg Action Sports is the Paintball source for the Clarksville, Tennessee area. We offer all the supplies and services needed for the beginner up to the most experienced players! We also have group rates and military discounts!
Hours of Operation: Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Enjoy walking around this historic campus, which is home to several art galleries, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, sporting events and theatrical productions. In 2018 and 2019, the university was named the fastest growing in Tennessee.
Enjoy a movie while you are in town.
The Clarksville Speedway and Fairgrounds is busy year 'round providing events for the community, with dirt track, drag strip, drifting, and go-kart events for the racing enthusiast as well as a county fair in the summer, a toy drive in the fall, and a Christmas lights display in the winter.
Regal Cinemas offers 16 screens that show the latest feature films in its state-of-the-art stadium screening rooms with surround sound. The theater has a spacious lobby, game room, wide concession area with offerings from candy and popcorn to nachos and cheese, and fountain or bottled beverages. Patrons can buy tickets for Great Escape productions online, or at the self-serve credit/debit kiosks in the lobby. Ample parking is available, and the theatre is conveniently located near I-24 and Tiny Town road.
Built in 1890, the L&N Train Station was once one of the busiest locations in Clarksville, with soldiers and civilians arriving and departing daily. The facility is now open for public and private use. The Farmers Market is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 9a.m.-1p.m. during the summer and fall in the Train Station parking lot. The depot also houses the Montgomery County Historical Society.
A 17,000-acre outdoor playground, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is just a short 45-minute drive northwest of Clarksville. Land Between the Lakes is an inland peninsula formed then the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers were impounded, creating Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley; one of the world's largest man-made bodies of water. The area provides boating, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping opportunities.
Magic Wheels is a family-owned and operated roller skating rink. We offer a family-friendly roller skating experience and amazing birthday parties.
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No commitment paint class. Choose a painting class from our online calendar and register for it. We supply the canvas, brushes, paint
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Clarksville - Montgomery County Convention and Visitor's Bureau
25 Jefferson Street Suite 300
Clarksville, TN 37040