This year will be the 25th annual New Year’s Eve Ball Drop and Fireworks in Gatlinburg TN. This spectacular event takes place on the Historic Nature Trail’s intersection with Parkway. Look for the Space Needle, and you’ll know you’re in the right place.
The mountainous resort city of Gatlinburg in Tennessee is full of excitement. It is hosting its Gatlinburg Christmas Parade on Friday, December 7, 2012. This popular parade is also known as the Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade and takes place in downtown Gatlinburg. The parade is held annually and this year will take it to the 37th mark. This parade is full of excitement and attracts extremely large crowds in the upper tens of thousands, this year the parade is expecting an impressively large turnout of 80,000 attendees. The
Throughout the year visitors travel to Gatlinburg, TN to explore the Smoky Mountains and enjoy all of the natural wonders that the area is famous for. Though summer is a very popular time to visit this area, another great time to travel to Gatlinburg is in November. November is a wonderful time to visit Gatlinburg, not only to experience the Smoky Mountains, but also to take part in the historic festivities that are held in the city. One of the most popular events that is held annually in
A series of winter activities in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville TN transform resort towns into winter wonderland with a four-month winter calendar of special events and things to do in The Smoky Mountains.
The Gatlinburg, Tennessee Winterfest officially begins with the annual chili cook-off. Spending Thanksgiving and Christmas in the Great Smoky Mountains offers people a "bit of the heavenly" holiday traditions that have been celebrated for generations. The setting is perfect for a winter vacation. Gatlinburg is a very open and friendly community that welcomes people annually from around the world. The winter magic begins as October ends in the Smoky Mountains, as the fall season wraps up and Gatlinburg residents and businesses provide "treats" for everyone. The community honors the
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There are lots of things for the family to do in Sevier County, but one you probably haven’t thought of is art. That’s right, spending time with mom, dad, and the kids all while taking in the next Van Gogh, Matisse or O’Keefe is a relaxing way to spend a weekend.
What is it about a parade that makes it so enjoyable - the floats, the marching bands, the dignitaries, and the celebrities? The artistic displays? Staying up until midnight to watch the start? Wait, what?
What better way to celebrate spring than to get outdoors and enjoy the warm sunshine and blooming spectacle of nature? Each year, Gatlinburg holds a five-day event in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that showcases the beauty of our area.
There’s a stretch of road in Gatlinburg that is home to the largest group of independent artisans in North America. The Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community encompasses an 8-mile loop that has been designated a Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail. Since its foundation in 1937, this community has everything associated with arts and crafts – candles, quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry, photography, art, ceramics, dolls, stained glass, leather, silver smithing, etc. And for a weekend in April, you can see what the members have to offer at one location.