The World’s Fair Park is owned by the City of Knoxville and operated by the Public Building Authority of the County of Knox and the City of Knoxville, Tennessee. The Park was the home of the 1982 World’s Fair and is located between the University of Tennessee campus and downtown Knoxville. The Park has been re-developed and contains many features characteristic of the 1982 World’s Fair, such as the Sunsphere, the Court of Flags, and the Tennessee Amphitheatre. The site is also home to the Knoxville Convention Center.
The Park consists of four major areas: the Festival Lawn, Lake Area, Amphitheatre and Performance Lawn. The Festival Lawn and Performance Lawn accommodate festivals and other outdoor performances and activities. The Amphitheatre has been restored to accommodate various types of special events and can hold up to 1,000 in attendance. All of the Park features and facilities combine to create an attractive destination for both residents and visitors.
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