Bulls Gap, Tennessee
Bulls Gap, Tennessee, with a population of 4,417, is located in Hawkins County, TN and 49.2 miles from Knoxville, TN.
Bulls Gap, Tennessee was established in the 1820s.
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Bulls Gap Attractions:
Archie Campbell Museum and Tourist Center - The museum is dedicated to the late star of the CBS comedy-variety show Hee-Haw, Archie Campbell. The museum includes the comedian's home from his childhood, relocated to the Bulls Gap location, a train caboose, and an excellent museum with artifacts from Campbell's life and a section on Hawkins County. M-F, 9-5 pm. Free. Located in downtown Bulls Gap, off Highway 11E.
Olde Bulls Gap Historic District - This self-guided walking tour of downtown Bulls Gap is offered at the Town Hall located on South Main Street, off Highway 11E. Buildings and architecture show the influence of the railroad on the lives of the citizens of Bulls Gap and the importance that it retains today. Adjacent to the Archie Campbell Museum and Tourist Center. Year round. Free.
Volunteer Speedway - Marketed as the "world's fastest dirt track," a track known as "The Gap" has been thrilling race fans since 1974. Today, the track is a thirty-two degree high-banked 0.4 mile East Tennessee dirt track where cars average 120 mph in a twelve second lap. Races are scheduled throughout the late spring to early fall, and a small admission is charged.
Bulls Gap Festivals:
Archie Campbell Days - A celebration of Bulls Gap's most famous son, the comedian from CBS's variety-comedy show Hee-Haw, with this street festival in downtown Olde Bulls Gap on Labor Day Weekend. Vendors, live music, and much more. Off of Highway 11E on South Main Street. All day. Free.