Gather your loved ones, bundle up, and enjoy Gatlinburg’s Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade. Learn more about the Smoky Mountain tradition.
Shopping in Gatlinburg is a must! From artisan crafts to delectable food, Smoky Mountain souvenirs to home decor, you’ll find something for everyone.
Starting June 16, Gatlinburg visitors and locals alike will have access to the city’s trolley FREE of charge. The trolley has a route up and down the Parkway and is a great way to see the area, get from one destination to the next and explore the things to do in Gatlinburg. So, leave your car at t...
If you want an authentic taste of the Appalachian Mountains, make sure you include a visit to the Ole Smoky Moonshine distillery to your vacation plans.
There’s no better way to see the dazzling light displays of Gatlinburg’s Winter Magic than aboard the Trolley Ride of Lights.
The development—named Anakeesta—has two acres on the Gatlinburg Parkway and 55 more on the connecting mountainside.
On a Gatlinburg vacation there is no better way to see the dazzling Winter Magic light displays than aboard the Trolley Ride of Lights.
From November 12, 2014 to January 25, 2014 visitors can take in the spirit of the season from a seat on the Gatlinburg Trolley. These guided excursions are a gre...
One of the best things about vacationing in Gatlinburg are the deals. Many activities in Gatlinburg are free of admission and budget friendly.