Oak Ridge Featured on My Wanderlusty Life

Popular travel blog My Wanderlusty Life has published a lovely story detailing seven things to do on your visit to Oak Ridge, TN.   The author originally became interested in Oak Ridge when she [...]

Oak Ridge remembers the life of Ed Westcott

Oak Ridgers have heavy hearts today, as the news of the passing of Ed Westcott made the headlines. According to the Knoxville News Sentinel, Westcott passed peacefully around 7 a.m. on Friday, March 29, 2019. [...]

70th Anniversary Celebrations

Jim Dodson, says, “As an Oak Ridge City Councilman, I see the American Museum of Science and Energy as a great asset to our community. I would like to encourage everyone to come [...]

New Oak Ridge History Museum Now Open

We are excited to announce that a brand new attraction is now open in Oak Ridge, TN! The Oak Ridge History Museum launched in September to fill a niche in the Secret City’s museum scene. [...]

Who Were the Calutron Girls of Oak Ridge?

One of the most iconic photographs from the Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge, TN features two rows of women sitting in front of imposingly large machines covered with meters and dials. Taken by the legendary [...]

John Hendrix: The Prophet of Oak Ridge

John Hendrix is one of the most indelible characters in the history of Oak Ridge, TN. Considered a “mystic” by his neighbors in rural Anderson County, Hendrix had a number of visions in the early [...]