Explore Living History And Try Goat Yoga At The Museum Of Appalachia In East Tennessee

Tennessee is rife with fascinating history, a history that delves deep into the beginnings of the nation and reflects the state as an active participant in conflicts like the Civil War. The Museum of Appalachia is located just north of Knoxville, and the living history museum examines the role of Tennessee from the pioneer period to the early 20th century. What folks don’t quite know is that it also offers one incredible experience: goat yoga.

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You can learn more about this crazy cool Tennessee experience with a visit to its Facebook page.

There’s nothing more exciting than a trip to tromp through the beautiful Tennessee wilderness – this waterfall is no exception

Address: Museum of Appalachia, 2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716, USA