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Animals living here include some rare & endangered species such as addax bongo and scimitar-horned oryx. The center also contains more common but exotic creatures like red kangaroos spider monkeys bactrian camels and pygmy goats. Guided Tours
Originally known as Bristol International Raceway and Bristol Raceway it is a NASCAR short track located in Bristol Tennessee. It was constructed in 1960 and held its first NASCAR race on July 30 1961. Despite its small size Bristol is among the most popular tracks in NASCAR due to its distinct features that include extraordinarily steep banking an all concrete surface two pit roads and amphitheater-like seating.
On your trip to Historic Jonesborough in the mountains of east Tennessee be sure to take a relaxing carriage ride. Discover Historic Jonesborough from a whole new perspective from your perch in a horse-drawn carriage. Take a guided tour or just enjoy the pleasant Appalachian mountain scenery in downtown Jonesborough with the clip-clop of horse hooves echoing down the street.
East Tennessee State University is an accredited American university founded October 2 1911 and located in Johnson City TN. It is part of the Tennessee Board of Regents system of colleges and universities. Graduate programs include a fully accredited medical school the Quillen College of Medicine. In 2005 a College of Pharmacy was approved which further augmented the medical specialties at ETSU. Classes in the ETSU College of Pharmacy began in January 2007. The university is listed by The Princeton Review in their 2007 edition of America’s Best Value Colleges. ETSU has the only master's degree in the United States in storytelling and has been increasingly noted for its Appalachian Studies programs and features a nationally acclaimed and accredited program in Bluegrass and Country Music.
Jonesborough is the town where storytelling began in 1973 and is now named the International Storytelling Capital of the World. Storytelling daily May through October.
The Museum is located in downtown Johnson City and houses an interactive gallery of exhibits and is a local favorite for school field trips.
This 3500 acre nature preserve is a wonderful place for all ages. Nestled in the southern Appalachian ridges of Bays Mountain the park has a 44 acre lake Nature Center Farmstead Museum and a spectacular Planetarium Theater with a 40 foot diameter dome. Other favorite exhibits include the Wolf Habitat the Otter Pool the Bobcat Enclosure and the Snake Wall.
This attraction covers more than five acres located along State Route 75 in East Tennessee. The Miocene site is dated at 4.5 to 7 million years old containing fossilized remains of an entire ecosystem of plants and animals. A series of sinkholes formed from a collapsed cave created a watering hole that drew animals from near and far. For some unlucky animals the sinkhole became a trap that preserved them as fossils for the ages. With less than 2 percent of the site excavated thousands of fossil specimens have already been recovered! You’ll discover saber-toothed cat short-faced bear ground sloth rhino alligator camel shovel-tusked elephant Eurasian badger the world’s largest collection of fossil tapirs and the world’s only near-complete fossil red panda!
Surrounded by the beautiful Persimmon Ridge the park offers 5 slides a 200 foot lazy river volleyball court kiddie pool and cafe.
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