Dollywood's LumiNights Expansion!

Dollywood's Harvest Festival runs from September 28 - November 3, 2018 mostly in tandem with it's Southern Gospel music event. Families get to enjoy the glow of thousands of intricately-carved pumpkins as they wander through immersive harvest-themed displays throughout Dollywood's Timber Canyon along with "Pumpkin Artists" onsite who host demonstrations showing guest how to create their own masterpieces!

The Adventure Science Center in Nashville

The Adventure Science Center is a independent, not-for-profit science and technology center in the heart of Nashville that offers fun learning experiences for children (and adults!) throughout the region. It features 44,000 square feet of exhibit space with 175 hands-on interactive exhibits covering biology, physics, visual perception, listening, mind, air and space, energy, and earth sciences. Of particular note is the 75-foot-tall adventure tower where children can climb to the top and get a spectacular view the Nashville skyline and the Sudekum Planetarium that features state-of-the-art digital projection and surround sound. The Adventure Science Center serves for than 300,000 people annually!

Ozone Falls State Natural Area

Ozone Falls State Natural Area is located in Cumberland County, Tennessee and maintained \ park of Cumberland Mountain State Park. It consists of 43 acres of property centered around Ozone Falls which is a 110 foot plunge waterfall set against a gorge along Fall Creek. It is so picturesque that Disney selected it for filming scenes for the live action version of The Jungle Book that was released in 1994.

Tiny Bubbles At The Boils...

The Cumberland Plateau is home to countless sinking streams and springs. The Boils in Jackson County is one such spring and has the highest discharge of any spring in Tennessee. The water comes from the channel's side along with three large holes on it's floor. In times of high water, after it rains, the up-well has enough force that the water appears to be boiling... hints the name.
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