Address: 825 W. 1st North. St. Morristown, TN 37815 Contact Email: tourism@morristownchamber.com Phone: (423) 586-6382 Fax: (423) 586-6576 Toll-free: 877-586-6382 Toll-free (Canada): 877-586-6382
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I-81 to exit #8, Hwy. 25/E to exit 2B, west on Hwy. 11/E through Downtown Morristown or visit http://www.visitmorristowntn.com


Morristown is home to beautiful Cherokee Lake, Panther Creek State Park, the Crockett Tavern Museum, Historic Rose Center, the famous overhead sidewalks on historic Main Street, the General Longstreet Headquarters Museum, and Bethesda Church & Cemetery Civil War sites. Morristown offers some of the best shopping, dining and lodging in the region.  We are conveniently located about one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains and Cumberland Gap National Parks, and are the half-way point between Bristol and Knoxville.  

Morristown is at the crossroads of Dixie, joining the Lakeway, Great Smokies and Cumberland Gap regions. Join us at the "Crossroads" to begin your own unforgettable experience, and to see for yourself why so many people who've come to visit us have come back again and again. Visit us online at www.VisitMorristownTN.com or call us toll free at 1-877-586-6382 to request a copy of our Visitors Guide.

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City: Morristown, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Knoxville & Middle East

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