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

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Bankwalker Brewing Co.

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Bledsoe Co. Chamber of Commerce

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Bledsoe County Courthouse National Register of Historic Places

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Bledsoe Co. Veterans Park

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Coffee Cup Antiques

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Cumberland Trail

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Cumberland Trail State Park & Head of the Sequatchie

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

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Fall Creek Falls State Park

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Fall Creek Mennonite Community & Shops

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

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

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

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

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It’s Lola’s

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Kudzu Cottage

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

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Manderley Christian Camp & Conference Center

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Nickel Row Antique Mall

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Old Mill Dam Outdoor Adventures

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Old Town Spring

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

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Sequatchie River Blueway – Downtown Public Access

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Sequatchie River Blueway – Public Access

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Southern Pearl Florist, Home Decor & Gifts

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

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X-Press Wine & Liquor

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