Take a sightseeing tour, hop aboard the Gatlinburg Trolley. This is a charming, old-fashioned transit bus that can take you on several color-coded routes throughout the city.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with mountains, valleys, hills, rivers and year-round flowers.
It's Gatlinburg's only live comedy theater, and it'll offer all those songs, dances, jokes, and skimpy skirts.
As one of Tennessee's long-standing settlements, it has a high incidence of murders and mysterious disappearances.
One of the best places in Gatlinburg to enjoy mouth-watering chocolate and freshly made sugar.
It's basically a thrill ride along the side of a mountain where you strap into a personal caboose and control your speed with hand-held brakes.
With its wooden architecture and rustic-style shops, Mountain Mall is not your average shopping mall.
If you’re looking for fun things to do in Gatlinburg, however, it’s hard to beat an attraction that’s all about the unique and the bizarre.
Choosing good accommodation is one of the most important parts of planning a Gatlinburg vacation.
With small round tables comfortably arranged in wooden log cabins, Wild Plum Tea Room is the picture of an old-world teahouse.