June 29

 Museums Across the Curriculum: Frank H. McClung Museum, Museum of East Tennessee History, and Knoxville Museum of Art in Knoxville (featuring how these museums work together to provide complementary programs addressing many areas of the humanities curriculum)


June 30

Marble Springs/Home of John Sevier, Ramsey House Plantation, and Blount Mansion in Knoxville (frontier and early Tennessee Statehood history)


July 6

McMinn County Living Heritage Museum, Athens (multiple topics); Museum Center at 5 Points, Cleveland (multiple topics); Step-on Driving Tour of the "Tennessee Overhill" region with director Linda Caldwell (Cherokee Trail of Tears and post-Civil War industrialization)


July 7

Fort Loudoun State Historic Site, Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, and Tellico Blockhouse in Vonore; Cherokee Historic Sites Driving Tour (early Tennessee settlement and Cherokee history)


July 13

Museum of Appalachia, Norris; Greene McAdoo Cultural Center, Clinton; American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge; possible tour of Graphite Reactor at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Appalachian culture history, Civil Rights Movement, and Manhattan Project/World War II history)


July 27

Rocky Mount State Historic Site, Piney Flats; Carter House and Sycamore Shoals State Historic Site, Elizabethton (early Tennessee settlement and Revolutionary War period)


July 28

Tusculum College, Doak House Museum, Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, General Morgan Inn, and Dickson Williams Mansion in Greeneville (Tennessee statehood through Civil War period)