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We went to this museum this morning It was very nice. A lot of nice exhibits. We enjoyed it very much. You have to stop and get a free parking pass as you enter the circle.
We really enjoyed this museum. We were surprised to be the only one's there. It had some unique features and interesting exhibits. A nice free stop right in the middle of the University of TN. It is also close to Worlds Fair park too.
After living in Knoxville for 35 years, we finally visited this great museum on the University of Tennessee campus. We were very impressed with the variety, quality and educational benefit of the exhibits. The new exhibit on Egyptian cats was extremely interesting. You can spend...更多
Thanks for taking the time to write such a great review! Our temporary exhibition, Divine Felines, comes down in May...更多
Have had lovely, interesting experiences here, but parking is problematic. Wish UT would move this museum to a more accessible...更多
I enjoyed visiting for about 2-3 hours yesterday afternoon (Feb. 22, 2017). The wide variety of artifacts that included pottery, statues, amulets, two human coffins (empty I think), mummified cats (I had no idea a past civilization preserved cats that way.), Native American Indian items,...更多
This museum is on the University of Tennessee campus. If you go, don't pass the little guard house where you must stop and get a pass for your dash. It isn't that obvious, so we had to go back and get it. The museum has...更多
Hi Kay- Thanks so much for taking the time to review our museum. I'm sorry that parking was confusing. Parking...更多
This is a wonderful educational/entertainment (edutainment) venue for all ages. This seemingly small museum situated on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus is packed with top quality exhibits on diverse subjects. Some exhibits are permanent, while others are replaced from time to time. Additionally, informative...更多
A variety of historical displays throughout. The Native American section is particularly informative and includes many fascinating artifacts.
Located on UT campus, this museum is a great place for education. The atrium has a small gift shop, access to the lower level exhibitions, and the entrance to the upper level exhibitions. They present history on the Cherokee peoples and they have interactive material...更多