Location & Directions

Whether you enjoy the great outdoors or a thriving nightlife, you’ll find everything you need at Flagship Kerns. When you step outside, you’ll find yourself minutes from Gay Street, Highwire Brewery, and Historic Kerns Bakery. Check out our interactive map below to explore the neighborhood.

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Places

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    University of Tennessee

    University of Tennessee

    The University of Tennessee first started in 1794 as a small college and has grown into Tennessee's largest university. UT is well known for its unique education and research including the Space Institute and Institute of Agriculture. Along with these institutes, you’ll find over 360 undergraduate degree options. Browse through the majors to see where UT can take you!

    Zoo Knoxville

    Zoo Knoxville

    Explore the animal kingdom at Zoo Knoxville! A variety of animals, rare and familiar, can be found at this family-friendly zoo. Experience animal encounters with the zookeepers, play at the splash pad, or participate in behind-the-scenes tours. No matter your age, you can always have fun at the zoo!

    World's Fair Park

    World's Fair Park

    In the heart of Knoxville, you’ll find the World’s Fair Park. This unique park, once home to the 1982 World’s Fair, includes festival lawns, splash pads, an amphitheater, and the notable Sunsphere. With events constantly changing, you can always find something new to do at the World’s Fair Park.

    Knoxville Museum of Art

    Knoxville Museum of Art

    East Tennessee is a melting pot of culture and art, and The Knoxville Museum of Art beautifully encompasses just that. With diverse exhibitions and programs, KMA is dedicated to celebrating differences along with connections between art on a worldwide scale. If you are an art enthusiast, or simply enjoy learning new things, make sure to stop by!

    Fort Dickerson Park

    Fort Dickerson Park

    Travel back in time to the Civil War at Fort Dickerson Park. This well-preserved earthen fort is conveniently located right outside of Knoxville, TN. You can walk the interactive trail with authentic replica cannons, stop at one of the two shelters for a picnic, or take a swim in the pristine quarry lake. The 85 acre park is open from dusk till dawn and can be enjoyed by all ages.