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Clarksville, Tennessee is a legendary place. The rich history permeates its riverfront and gorgeous downtown architecture, but it’s also prevalent in the city’s people. Home to two Olympic athletes – both of whom were trailblazers, champions, and indisputable legends – Clarksville is also home to an Army division filled with some of the bravest men and women on the planet.

Clarksville is a perfect city to experience southern charm and the amenities you’ve come to expect as a traveler, while also enjoying the ability to simply get away from it all for the most part. The historic city is located in a spot that gives visitors expansive access to the gorgeous natural areas surrounding, including the Cumberland River.

Additionally, there’s plenty of culture and cuisine to make every traveler happy. Overall, there’s a good mix of things to do and keep you busy, but it all retains its small-town charm that allows you to relax a little bit.

The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center has 35,000 square feet of exhibits and activities, making it the second-largest general museum in the state of Tennessee. The building, constructed in 1898, was a post office and also a customs house created in response to the area’s huge tobacco trade. It’s one of the most photographed structures in the area (and for good reason — it’s beautiful!), and the focus has expanded to so much more than the tobacco industry.

Permanent exhibits include the Explorers’ Gallery (with a kid-size grocery story and other similar activities), Becoming Clarksville (a history of the area), Memory Lane (with a recreated 1842 log home), Challenges and Champions (a sports gallery), the Lucy Dunwoody Bohm Porcelain Collection and the original Postmaster’s Office.

The McGregor Park Riverwalk features one mile of walking trails, picnic areas, a boat ramp into the Cumberland River, the As the River Flows Museum and more attractions over 15 acres. The park is open late for sundown strolls, closing at midnight, and is free from any obtrusive skateboarders and loud audio, with strict rules to keep it that way.

Head to Dunbar Cave State Park, only a little over a mile away from downtown Clarksville. Dunbar Cave is eight miles long, making it one of the largest caves in the county. The huge space has been used for concerts, dances and shows of various kinds. You can see the cave’s high historic, natural and archaeological significance displayed throughout, and even spot some ancient cave drawings that are thought to be part of a religious ceremony of some kind.

Head to downtown Clarksville to Horsefeathers, a totally unique pottery and art studio. Open studio hours are totally fee-free, and you can pick whatever pottery item captures your fancy, and then paint it.

Pay a visit to Fort Defiance Civil War Park & Interpretive Center, and learn about not only the site’s Civil War role, but also the 200 years of history that took place here. The spot was originally inhabited by Native Americans, and as settlers came onto the scene, the area turned into a trading post. The fort was constructed by Confederate troops, and was captured by Union forces in 1862. Today, this fort is very well preserved.

The Roxy Regional Theater was opened in 1983 as a live theatre, and has become a staple in the community for great live shows and cultural experiences. See world-renowned performances like Hedwig & The Angry Inch, or a concert of traditional Celtic folk music. Check the theater’s calendar to see what’s coming up while you’re in town.

You’ll be sure to find something that catches your interest, whether you like Broadway musicals, Shakespearean dramas, jazz, classical music, children’s tales, cult classics or any of a variety of other options.