Where will You Be in An Hour? The University of Tennessee edition

Founded in 1794, the University of Tennessee has been home to countless Vols over the years and there’s no better way to take a trip down memory lane than visiting campus. Only a 20-minute drive from campus, Farragut is the perfect place to stay to make it to your tailgate on time or be a close drive to where your favorite four years took place.

Until November 17, you can find Vol country taking over Saturdays in Neyland Stadium and then moving over to Thompson-Boling Arena for a highly anticipated basketball season. While athletics are an exciting reason to be on campus, there are several cultural activities constantly occurring as well.

If theater is a passion of yours, be sure to catch a show at Clarence Brown Theater; upcoming shows include The Santaland Series and A Christmas Carol. Where some might be passionate about theater, maybe a museum is more up your alley. Good news for you, the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m.

Wanting to start or continue the University of Tennessee legacy in your family? Schedule a campus tour! While tour availability changes around finals week, there’s still time to book one for this semester or start planning your trip for the spring. Farragut hotels are a great place to stay during this exciting time!

The University of Tennessee is an amazing four-year institution with ample opportunities offered and the Town of Farragut is excited to welcome Vol nation, whether a resident or a visitor. What’s your favorite way to spend time on campus?

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