Townsend Pays Special Tribute To Smoky Mountain Heritage This Winter
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The 2014 Winter Heritage Festival in the Smokies will be held February 7-8 in beautiful Townsend, TN. Known as “the quieter side of the Smokies,” Townsend is home to many fun and exciting things to do including river tubing, hiking, and auto tours.
This special Smoky Mountain event honors the rich heritage and culture that have helped mold the area into the exciting vacation spot it is today. Topics of interest cover a wide range including human history, natural beauty, and cultural traditions.
The Winter Heritage Festival is free to attend. Guests interested in attending one of the Smoky Mountain event’s musical workshops are requested to please pre-register. Also, lunch and dinner will be provided at a small cost.
In 2013, the Winter Heritage Festival was named one of the Top 20 Events in the Smoky Mountains by the Southeast Tourism Society. This year’s event is sure to be just as exciting
For more information on upcoming events in the Smokies, Visit My Smokies invites guests to check out our Area Calendar of Events. There visitors will find tons of up-to-date information on all the fun and exciting upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains.
While you are there, be sure to also check out our Where To Stay page that offers guests an extensive list of all the relaxing lodging options in the Smokies. Whether you want to curl up in front of a warm fire inside a Gatlinburg cabin or be in the heart of all the excitement inside a condo in Pigeon Forge, Visit My Smokies is the perfect resource for anyone planning a trip to the Smoky Mountains.