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Virtual Experiences in Southeast Tennessee

Being stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t explore. Here are some virtual adventures from Southeast Tennessee that you can enjoy right from home.



Southeast Tennessee Visitor Guide:

Check out our latest visitor guide to the Chattanooga region of Southeast Tennessee while you dream about future days of travel. This booklet is filled with pictures and stories highlighting outdoor adventures and trails, local restaurants, historic sites, annual festivals and music events, and much more.





Museum Center at 5ive Points:

This regional museum in Cleveland, Tenn., is offering curator chats, online exhibits, educational materials and a new weekly Curious Curators podcast focusing on historical topics relevant to today’s world.





Explore the South Cumberlands:

Explore the scenic beauty and biological diversity of the South Cumberland Plateau through this Story Map, created by the Open Space Institute.



Four Mountain Goat Trail Stories:

Enjoy these video shorts about four people who enjoy the Mountain Goat Trail, a multi-modal rail-trail that connects communities along the historic path of the Mountain Goat Railroad, which carried coal and passengers between communities on the South Cumberland Plateau from 1856 to 1985.


A 5-mile section of the Mountain Goat Trail connects Sewanee to Monteagle, Tenn. (The Mountain Goat Trail in Sewanee is part of the 20+-mile Perimeter Trail around the University Domain). Another 3-mile section of trail begins at  Tracy City Old Roundhouse Park and connects to Tracy City Elementary School.



Tennessee Aquarium at Home

While everyone is doing their part to stay home and stay well, the Tennessee Aquarium is providing online content to entertain, including live cameras, videos and downloadable educational content.



Visit the Chattanooga Tourism Co.’s #ConnectChatt website to enjoy virtual tours, digital experiences and live cameras in happening in Chattanooga.



Tennessee Vacation is featuring virtual experiences and educational tours taking place across the state. Step on board the Titanic for a virtual tour via Youtube, watch and learn about animals at the Nashville and Memphis zoos, tour historic sites like Carnton Plantation during Facebook Live events, watch puppet shows from the Nashville Library, and enjoy live music events with musicians across the state.



Please contact Jenni Veal at jveal@sedev.org to contribute resources and virtual adventures to this list. Thank you and be well.


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