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Clarksville, TN

“Hip at heart, authentic from the start.” Clarksville offers amazing river sunsets, rich history, and authentic dining.


Attractions in Clarksville, TN

Clarksville Riverwalk
culture

Cumberland RiverWalk comprises a 2-mile riverfront promenade, playground and picnic area, river exhibit and concert area. READ MORE.

Dunbar Cave State Park
history

Dunbar Cave State Park is a remarkable prehistoric site, home to one of the most prominent caves in Montgomery County. This 8.1-mile cave has historical, natural, archaeological and geological significance. Recently, prehistoric pictographs were discovered and now serves as the only prehistoric Native American cave art open to public viewing. The park offers scheduled nature programs year-round for all ages, on many nature topics including birds, wildflowers, bats, geology and more. The park also offers ranger-led Cave Tours during May through September. READ MORE.

Customs House Museum and Cultural Center
history

Visit one of the most photographed buildings in Tennessee! First used as a post office and customs house in 1878 to accommodate the flourishing tobacco trade, this architecturally unique structure houses both permanent and rotating exhibits. Located in the heart of historic downtown Clarksville, Tennessee, the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is the State's second largest general museum. READ MORE.

L & N Train Station
history

This train station was built in 1901 and features a static display of a caboose and engine. READ MORE.

Fort Defiance Interpretive Center
history

Located on a bluff 200 feet above the confluence of the Red and Cumberland Rivers in Clarksville, Tennessee, the Fort Defiance site has been a hub of activity for more than two centuries. From the home of American Indians to the location of a confederate fort, this land had many uses. A visitor today will find Fort Defiance remarkably well preserved; the outer earthworks, powder magazine and gun platforms are still discernible. READ MORE.

Beachaven Vineyards Winery
dining

With 21 different wines, ranging from Blackberry to Chardonnay, Beachaven is an ideal stop for a tour and tasting of world-class Tennessee wines, a picnic in our vineyards, or an evening of wine and music at the one and only Jazz on the Lawn. READ MORE.

Blackhorse Pub and Brewery
dining

A staple among locals, Blackhorse features a mix of American-style pub grub, cocktails and its own brand of microbrews on tap and in cans. READ MORE.

Old Glory Distilling Co.
dining

Old Glory Distilling Co. is a small batch artisan distillery with a focus on crafting premium Tennessee Whiskey and Bourbon. The tasting bar offers craft cocktails of every spirit, and tours are offered daily. READ MORE.