Things to Do

The Sequatchie Valley is the perfect place to enjoy Tennessee’s authentic landscape , whether that’s cycling along quiet farm roads, enjoying “gentle thrills” on the Sequatchie River Blueway, eating homemade desserts and fresh produce from local restaurants and farmer’s markets, or exploring historic sites and museums. 

Featured Attractions

SOUTH PITTSBURG

Bean Roulston Cemetery

PIKEVILLE

Bledsoe County Courthouse National Register of Historic Places

PIKEVILLE

Bledsoe Co. Veterans Park

WHITWELL

Children’s Holocaust Memorial

PIKEVILLE

Dr. James A. Ross House, Medical Office & Museum of Bledsoe Co. History (ca. 1875)National Register of Historic Places

DUNLAP

Dunlap Coke Ovens Park & Museum

PIKEVILLE

Historic Bellview School (ca. 1928)National Register of Historic Places

PIKEVILLE

Historic Bledsoe County Jail (ca. 1851)National Register of Historic Places

DUNLAP

Historic Chapel Hill Church & Cemetery (ca. 1852)

PIKEVILLE

Historic Fall Creek Falls Fire Lookout Tower (ca. 1895)National Register of Historic Places

NEW HOPE

Historic Hales Bar Dam Powerhouse

DUNLAP

Historic Hill Road

DUNLAP

Historic Pope Cemetery

JASPER

Jasper Regional History Museum

PIKEVILLE

John Bridgman House (ca. 1815)National Register of Historic Places

PIKEVILLE

Lincoln Consolidated Rosenwald School (ca. 1925)National Register of Historic Place

WHITWELL

Marion County Veterans Park

PIKEVILLE

Old Town Spring

ORME

Orme Railroad Depot

PIKEVILLE

Pikeville Chapel AME Zion Church (ca. 1870)National Register of Historic Places

DUNLAP

Sequatchie County Veterans Memorial Park

PIKEVILLE

South Main Street Historic District (ca. 1907)National Register of Historic Places

SOUTH PITTSBURG

South Pittsburg Heritage Museum

NEW HOPE

Virgin of the Poor Shrine

WHITWELL

Whitwell Marion County Coal Miners Museum

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