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Cleveland Downtown Walking Tour

Walk through time as you discover Cleveland’s historic downtown

Cleveland, in Tennessee, has a gorgeous, quaint Southern downtown. There are beautiful Victorian-era homes that mingle with churches to create an atmosphere of utmost in southern hospitality! The downtown walking tour allows you to personally experience Cleveland’s unique history. Historic sites along the tour include the Regions Bank, the oldest continuously operating bank building in Tennessee; The Spot, a unique restaurant that was built prior to 1900; plus St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, a Gothic Revival structure rich in local folklore.

You can pick up a copy of this self-guided tour brochure at the Chamber of Commerce offices and at the Museum Center...which is where the tour begins. Read more here...

There are also plenty of places to shoot your perfect Instagram picture in Cleveland, as they were voted one of the most scenic cities in Tennessee. There's natural beauty within the forest plus many outdoor activities, as well as some of the best wine and brewery spots in the state.

Cleveland is the perfect place to rest, refuel and reenergise while you enjoy Southeast Tennessee. If you're up for exciting adventure, compelling history and Southern charm Cleveland have you covered!

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