People enjoyed the crisp start to fall by venturing out to the Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum's "Annual Fall Festival."
This event was free to the public and featured lot of activities for all ages, which included a plant sale, a hayride tour of the gardens and a petting zoo.
KBGA Executive Director Keyes Williamson said this festival was a great way to give back to the community and inform people about the programs and activities they offer.
"The begin to see what a remarkable setting we are, and that they'll decide to come back," he said. "And maybe more than anything else, decide to become a member and supporter of the botanical garden."
The privately owned garden relies on local donations and memberships to maintain the grounds and fund educational programs. The botanical garden is located on 44 acres five minutes away from Downtown Knoxville, and features historic stone walls, buildings and display gardens.