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The historic city is located in a spot that gives visitors expansive access to the gorgeous natural areas surrounding, including the Cumberland River. The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center has 35, square feet of exhibits and activities, making it the second-largest general museum in the state of Tennessee. The park is open late for sundown strolls, closing at midnight, and is free from any obtrusive skateboarders and loud audio, with strict rules to keep it that way. The Greenway is pretty large, but you can take your time and explore it all without feeling rushed. The cave stays a cool 58 degrees all the time, so be sure to bring a jacket!

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Clarksville, Tennesseewas first established in Nestled within the confluence of the Cumberland and Red Rivers, Clarksville is, first and foremost, a river city. All city's have their own unique stories; Clarksville is no exception.

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From Native American inhabitation, colonial settlement and Civil War involvement, to radio shows staged in caves and a theater with a habit of burning down, here are five historical Clarksville hotspots groups can't miss. Today, it houses more than 35, square feet of exhibit space filled with fine art, science and history—including one of the largest model train displays in the region.

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Photo Courtesy of David Smith. Archaeological markings and excavations reveal that Dunbar Cave has been used by humans for thousands of years.

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Most curiously, however, the cave became a hotspot for local bands and other entertainment in the s for its cool degree, year-round temperature during the age predating air conditioning. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, white settlers began arriving in the late 18th century.

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The area first became a trading center and settlement. Then, during the Civil War, Confederate troops built a fort atop the hill to control the river approach to Clarksville.

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Photo Courtesy of Lisa Kemmer. Historic Collinsville Just a minute drive outside Clarksville and into rural Montgomery County, awaits a midth-century settlement: Historic Collinsville.

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The living history museum rests on 40 rolling acres of Tennessee's hills and features 18 authentically restored log houses and outbuildings dating from to —including a two-story, double-pen dogtrot house with attached kitchen. The corner on which it stands, however, has a long history of hot local entertainment.

The Roxy Regional Theatre on the corner of Franklin and First in downtown historic Clarksville is the final product of a theater that burned down—not just once, but twice.

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Clarksville's first movie theater, The Lillian, was first built inbut burned down just one year later in The theater was rebuilt in and screened silent pictures until "going dark" during the Great Depression. The Lillian was renamed The Roxy after reopening, but suffered a second fire in and was completely rebuilt into the structure that stands today.

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The Roxy Regional Theatre presents live productions, with 10 main stage events each year. Photo Courtesy of the Roxy Regional Theatre. Main Photo Courtesy of Rick Goodwin.

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