Mcclung Museum Of Natural History And Culture, Knoxville

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Mcclung Museum Of Natural History And Culture, Knoxville - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1327 Cir Park Dr, Knoxville, TN 37916, United States

Phone: +1-8659742144

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture explores the history of human culture across the world and its evolution along with other trending exhibits.

The permanent collection includes ancient Egyptian relics, ancient artefacts of the native people of Tennessee, ceramics, textiles, rare dinosaur fossils, Tennessee’s war history and other objects from around the world.

The museum pays tribute to not just Tennessee’s rich history but the history of mankind and its growth throughout time.

Mcclung Museum Of Natural History And Culture Ticket Prices

  • The McClung Museum is open to the public and admission is free.

Mcclung Museum Of Natural History And Culture Opening and Closing Hours

  • The museum follows the University of Tennessee schedule for inclement weather closings.

How To reach Mcclung Museum Of Natural History And Culture by Public Transport

  • Trolley Bus/ Tram: A tram line runs closeby
  • By Taxi
  • By Bicycle

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  • Wonderful place that could take you 30 minutes our 2 hours, depending on your interests. I personally spent an hour and a half. Classes kept taking over whole exhibits, though. Fun free museum :)

  • Went here once when I was a young buck and recently took my girlfriend here. She loved it. It’s still an amazing place with cool exhibits especially for a free museum.

  • Wonderful collection, especially for a "free" museum. So glad the history of the native peoples, the Cherokee, is being transmitted. Glad to see human origins via evolution being accurately represented too, though the exhibit is in the basement.

  • I love this museum. Interesting area of exhibits. Don't forget the basement part as well👍🏼

  • Cool little museum to take kids. Especially toddlers if they are in to dinosaurs! Much easier to get in and out on the weekends (unless there is a game).

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