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?