Renaissance Center – Gymnasiums
The Kingsport Renaissance Center is a facility which serves the community as a center for the arts, community recreation, senior citizen’s activities, and as a facility for business meetings, parties, receptions, classes, showers, and day-long seminars with breakout rooms.
The facility includes a 350-seat theater, three-story sky lit atrium, art gallery, gymnasium, meeting rooms and offices. The Kingsport Renaissance Center, formerly the John Sevier School, was renovated in 1991 and now stands as one of Kingsport’s most prominent landmarks. It is an architect’s masterpiece and stands as a constant reminder of Kingsport’s history and as a reality of creative dreams. The Renaissance Center’s diversity makes it unique and truly a model that sets renovation standards by which all others can be measured.
The Facility features:
A small recreation style gymnasium with elevated spectator seating. The gymnasium has hard wood flooring and is suitable for basketball, volleyball and pickleball.
The Kingsport Renaissance Center is not managed by Kingsport Parks and Recreation.