The venerable Old Gray Cemetery is perhaps the most famous burying place in East Tennessee. It is the final home of the much-admired and much-despised Parson Brownlow, impressionist artist Catherine Wiley and influential feminist Lizzie Crozier French, among others. From the street it looks much smaller than it is. You have to drive in, carefully through the marble funeral carriage-width gates, to get a good sense of it.
Give your regards to Broadway. For this detour, from Summit Hill turn left onto Henley, which quickly becomes Broadway.