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RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo
There's one particular attraction in Sevierville that may not be as well known as some of the other tourist hotspots in the Smokies, but it's certainly not for failing to deliver a quality vacation experience. RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo, located at the Governor's Crossing Development, offers guests an up-close encounter with some of the most fascinating animal species on the planet.

The Old Mill Keeps To The Daily Grind
In a world that seems as if it's constantly changing, it's refreshing to find something every now and then that has scarcely changed in nearly 200 years. We're referring to the Old Mill in Pigeon Forge, TN, a working gristmill that's been faithfully grinding grains on the banks of the Little Pigeon River since it was built on that site in 1835.

You'll Find Laughter By The Bale At The Comedy Barn
If you're looking for an attraction that is truly unique among Smoky Mountain experiences, you'd have to rank Christ in the Smokies Museum & Gardens among the top contenders for that honor. Regarded as one of the nation's foremost inspirational attractions, the museum utilizes lifelike diorama scenes, dramatic lighting, music and special effects to tell the story of Jesus Christ.

Christ in the Smokies Museum & Gardens
If you're looking for an attraction that is truly unique among Smoky Mountain experiences, you'd have to rank Christ in the Smokies Museum & Gardens among the top contenders for that honor. Regarded as one of the nation's foremost inspirational attractions, the museum utilizes lifelike diorama scenes, dramatic lighting, music and special effects to tell the story of Jesus Christ.

The Island
Everyone knows that visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee have a ton of options when it comes to selecting accommodations, restaurants, shops and entertainment. But there's one place in Pigeon Forge where they have all that in one convenient location.

Hollywood Wax Museum
There's nothing like a celebrity sighting to generate a surge of adrenaline and quicken the pulse a little. That's why one attraction in Pigeon Forge has been so popular since it opened in May 2012; it's packed with celebrities from wall to wall, so that every day.

Dolly Parton's Stampede
Most of us probably grew up hearing our parents tell us to cut out the horseplay. Well, at one Pigeon Forge theater, horseplay is not only tolerated, it's highly encouraged. At Dolly Parton's Stampede Dinner Attraction, horses are the stars of the show, and even if you've seen this big-budget production before, it never fails to entertain or fascinate.

Tennessee Smokies Baseball
They call them the “boys of summer,” but in truth, the young men who suit up for the Tennessee Smokies provide locals and visitors alike with professional baseball action through almost two full seasons, making them one of the biggest annual attractions in the area.

WonderWorks
They say that truth is stranger than fiction. And that’s exactly what visitors are discovering at Pigeon Forge’s WonderWorks attraction, an interactive science museum where the real-life wonders of the natural world unfold in a unique hands-on experience.

Titanic Museum Attraction
Driving into Pigeon Forge, your eyes can’t help but be drawn to the horizon. Almost like a nautical mirage, the majestic facade of an ocean liner, complete with towering smokestacks, seems to actually plow its way through the sea, despite the fact that it rests firmly on dry land.

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort
Some people don’t care much for winter and the cold weather that comes with it. But for many others, that’s just when the fun gets started, thanks to places like Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Its powdery slopes are the region’s number-one destination for skiers, snowboarders and snow tubers, and when the mercury drops, things really kick into high gear atop Mt. Harrison.

Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
When people visit the mountains, they typically are likely to see native wildlife like black bears, deer or wild turkeys. But if you happen to be in Gatlinburg, you’ll also see some of the world’s most fascinating underwater creatures, but it’s something you’ll only experience at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, located in the heart of downtown.

Dollywood Theme Park
One of the South’s most popular theme park destinations sits empty from January through most of March. But during the remaining nine months of the year, Dollywood is one of the busiest tourist stops in the entire region.

Cades Cove, Tennessee
Black bears, elk, and deer. Historic pioneer cabins. World-famous hiking trails. Even a working grist mill. You'll find all this and more at Cades Cove, one of the most-visited destinations in the Smokies.

Timbercreek Realty & Cabin Rentals
3121 Wears Valley Rd. Sevierville, TN 37862
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