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Cleveland is the county seat of Bradley County, Tennessee. As of 2020, the population was 45,902.

Get in[edit]

Map of Cleveland (Tennessee)

By car.

I-75 passes to the west of the city, going from North to South and has three exits, Exits 20, 25, and 27. Of these, two have plenty of hotel accommodations. From North Carolina, you can come in through U.S Route 64.

  • 1 Cleveland Regional Jetport. Cleveland Regional Jetport (Q16890449) on Wikidata Cleveland Regional Jetport on Wikipedia

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Museum Center at Five Points. Museum Center at Five Points (Q17027163) on Wikidata Museum Center at Five Points on Wikipedia
  • 2 Red Clay State Park Museum, 1140 Red Clay Park Road S.W., +1 423-478-0339. Summer: Tu-Sa 9AM-5:30PM, Su M 1-5:30PM; winter: daily 8AM-4:30PM. Exhibits on the Trail of Tears and Cherokee history.







Go next[edit]

Routes through Cleveland
KnoxvilleLenoir City  N I-75.svg S  ChattanoogaAtlanta
KnoxvilleLenoir City  N US 11.svg S  ChattanoogaBirmingham
MemphisChattanooga  W US 64.svg E  OcoeeHendersonville
ENDChattanooga  W US 74.svg E  OcoeeAsheville

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