Jonesborough Art Glass Gallery displays creative wares ranging from stained glass pieces to vehicles made from soda cans, beer cans, or assorted metal tools. They also feature stone and wooden housewares as well as unique jewelry and purses.
Whitetop Creek Park has numerous sporting fields used for baseball, softball and soccer, a playground for children, and a 1.5 mile walking trail encircling the park. It also offers a view of nearby Bristol Motor Speedway.
Spanning 2,200 acres, Steele Creek Park is a scenic lakefront park offering many activities. It features golf, disc golf, paddle boating, many trails to hike and even a rideable replica steam engine train.
With over 2,200 acres, the Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center & Park has recreation areas for visitors and offers educational exhibits in its nature center. The butterfly garden outside the center lets visitors observe butterflies in the park.
Located in Johnson City, Tennessee, Willow Springs Park contains a huge playground, picnic facilities, shady trees, lush grassland spaces and convenient parking facilities. Visitors have a breathtaking view of the Smoky Mountains.
The George L. Carter Railroad Museum is dedicated to the areas local railroad history and model railroading. The museum includes railroad memorabilia, model trains, photographs and model railroad structures.
Established in 1885, the Johnson City Community Theatre is a local community theater that puts on annual seasonal productions. The variety of shows consists from famous productions to locally directed performances.
Visitors to Johnson City's Tipton-Haynes Historic Site experience one of the most important historical areas in the state. The house and its outbuildings were built in the late 18th century by Colonel John Tipton. Since 1970, the Tipton-Haynes Historic Site has been a nationally-recognized historical site.
Buffalo Mountain Park is located on the north slope of Buffalo Mountain. Hiking is the most popular activity, with trails ranging from beginner to advanced. Guests also make use of this 725-acre natural preserve for picnicking and nature programs.