Knoxville (WVLT) - It is officially fall break for many students across our region, including thousands in Knox County. Many of the students will be searching for something to do.
The halls at local schools may be empty, but being out of class, means big business to many places across the area.
No school is certainly not a strike for local bowling alleys.
When fall break rolls around, business is even busier, not just on weekends either.
With specials every day of the week, students can enjoy the fun day or night.
if you would rather stay inside, how about a spooky movie just in time for Halloween.
Many new releases, scary or not, are playing at theaters across the area.
But if you would rather be scared in person, there are endless hauntings here in East Tennessee.
The Haunted Corn Maze at Oakes Farm in Corryton is a popular place to be spooked, so are many of the temporary haunted houses set up across the area. One you can find year round is Ripley's Haunted House in Gatlinburg.
And while in the Smokies, why not stop to see all the town has to offer, including a taste of fall at Dollywood.
But if you would rather stay closer to home, fall fun will fill many streets in Knoxville at least through the weekend.
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