- Our list of the best things to do in Johnson City, Tennessee, features the top 87 nearby activities — including 35 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Johnson City, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Johnson City, TN , followed by 65 popular activities in nearby cities, including Kingsport, Bristol, Jonesborough, Erwin, Bristol, Blountville, Greeneville, Damascus and Bluff
The Jonesborough Storytellers Guild is a group of storytellers that holds storytelling concerts every Tuesday night in the International Storytelling Center. The guild features a wide variety of tellers with distinctive styles.
Several large flume slides are included at the Wetlands Water Park, but the bulk of the attractions are more children and family friendly. There is a rain tree, water bubblers, tumble buckets, and a lazy river.
Located in a frame house over a century old, the Unicoi County Heritage Museum maintains a permanent collection of local historical memorabilia. The collection includes railroad artifacts, pottery, and memorabilia from country stores.
Fender's Farm and Corn Maze is a seven-acre corn maze with activities throughout for visitors of all ages. There's a petting zoo, hayrides and music. Other events are offered at an additional charge, including bull riding, paintball and sugar pie pumpkin decorating.
Many rafters enjoy the challenges and beauty associated with the San Juan River, and Wild Rivers Expeditions caters to these individuals. While they do offer one day trips along the river, the company focuses on multiple day journeys.
Specializing on the Nolichucky River, Cherokee Adventures offers a different whitewater rafting experience than other companies in the area. This side river provides a variety of rapids through the 3000 foot gorge.
The Appalachian Caverns Tours work through a relatively new system of cavers that was only opened to the public in 1991. In addition to the standard walk-thru tour, there are also adventurous options that let guests crawl through undeveloped areas of the caverns.