Did we say Gatlinburg Attractions?

Smaller cities have an appeal about them you won’t find in their larger counterparts. Check out all the fun and exciting things to do in Gatlinburg before you travel so you can see as much as possible during your vacation. You’ll soon learn that bigger isn’t always better!

If you’re ready to hit the streets of Gatlinburg Here is some of the things they have to offer:

Within a short walk, you’ll find a world-class aquarium, mini golf and mountain coasters, museums and arcades, and countless other attractions for kids and adults alike, right on the Parkway. Or you can fly over the trees in gondolas, chairlifts and aerial tram cars to discover mountain top family adventures.

 1 Sugarland Riding Stables runs along mountainous terrain so that guests get better views of the Great Smoky Mountains. No experience is necessary to ride, meaning children are welcome

 2 Gatlinburg, Tennessee is home to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, known for its gigantic shark exhibits. Kids and adults love its underwater tunnel, constructed of clear plexiglass, which makes for a truly immersive experience.

3 Located at 716 Parkway Galinburg,Tn 37738 is Fort Fun Mini Golf & More features a motion ride theatre experience, laser attractions, bumper cars and an outdoor gem mining activity, alongside two themed mini golf courses that explore the history of the area in their design.

4 For year round fun in any weather you have to visit Wild Bear Falls Indoor Waterpark and enjoy family entertainment to the max. This 60,000 square foot, mountain-themed park features slides, rivers, splash pads and more making this an attraction for everyone to enjoy., Kid’s please don’t push you”re parents in the pool, LOL

5 Are you ready to get wet and up close and personal with the wilderness on a whitewater rafting excursion from Smoky Mountain Outdoors. Safety equipment and instruction are include in the price of each trip, and no prior experience is required. located 453 BROOKSIDE VILLAGE WAY, Gatlinburg Tn

5 Explore out to the roaring fork nature trail, You can hike some of the most popular trails includding the beautiful Grotto trails, Warning if you spot a bear don’t try to feed them.

6 If you love blue grass music then pay a visit to O’l smoky’s moonshine ( careful on the drinks, he,he,he) they hosts a variety of free concerts throughout the year. In the summer, there’s a concert almost every night.

7 The trolley is one of the most convenient ways to get around town. It travels throughout Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge and saves you from having to pay for parking and the hasstle on finding a place to park and very affordable

8 Are you looking for family-friendly attractions near Gatlinburg, Tennessee? Your kiddos will love thrill rides and roller coasters. There are even night rides offered, for a unique experience, you control the speed, Talk about an thrill ride through nature

9 If you are looking for historical things to do and see near Gatlinburg, this might be the right fit. Step back in time and enter a realistic replica of Titanic with even a real ticket, You will see an amazing staircase worth 1 million dollars. Also, there are almost 5 million dollars of artifacts on display. If you want to know how cold 28-degree water is, you will get a chance to touch the tip of the iceberg, The beauty is stunning

10 Foxfire adventure park offers zip lines, rafting, to ATV tours, there is something for everyone, This park will bring you a huge adrenalin rush. You can try zip line by the waterfall, or one of the exciting other activities.

Final Thought’s

Looking for more spooky fun in Gatlinburg? Check out a local  Gatlinburg ghost tour . These fun tours take visitors through Downtown Gatlinburg and tell the story of Gatlinburg’s ghostly residents. Additionally, haunted house attractions like Ripley’s Haunted Adventure or The Mysterious Mansion are perfect places to have a screaming good time.

For your next vacation in the Smokies, perhaps you could take some time to explore the national park. In this 800 square mile wilderness that’s littered with old homesteads and graveyards, you may begin to feel an eerie presence while you’re deep in the woods. After all, the Smoky mountains are one of the last large sections of wilderness in the Eastern United States. In this wild and remote place that was once home to past residents, it’s not surprising to get an unsettling feeling while you make your way through the forest, Who Know’s maybe you will catch a ghost in the distance or perhaps an bear and it, cubs hiking any one of the 800 square miles of the great smoky mountain Trails the city has to offer