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By Andrew Collins. The Tennessee gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Dolly Parton's unabashedly kitschy Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, and a picturesque city in its own right, with an attractive setting on the Tennessee River, Knoxville population , is also a vibrant university city home to the main campus of the University of Tennessee with a strong arts scene and an increasingly robust farm-to-table restaurant and cafe selection. Downtown and the adjacent, historic Old City neighborhoods abound with hip places to eat and drink, and here in Tennessee's third-largest city after Nashville and Memphis , gay and lesbian travelers will discover a decent-size LGBT community and plenty of gay-popular hangouts, from actual gay bars to mixed bars, eateries, and cafes. Knoxville isn't nearly as liberal or LGBT-embracing as the North Carolina gateway to the Smoky's, Asheville , but it does possess some of that city's vibe.
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Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, Knoxville is a small town that feels like a neighborhood of a big city. Home of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville is rather liberal for its southern location and is currently experiencing a revitalized downtown district full of art, dining and cultural experiences. The moderate weather and the nearby Smoky Mountains lend a picturesque background for the bustling activity of this college town. Around town, you'll find statues and remnants of the Civil War, and neighborhoods full of charming Victorian homes, some of which are said to be haunted.