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Gatlinburg Attractions

  • McCarter's Riding Stables - Highway 441 S., Gatlinburg - (865) 436-5354

  • Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park: Getting there is half the fun. America's largest aerial tramway travels from downtown Gatlinburg slightly over two miles to Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park.

  • Christus Gardens: Presenting highlights from the life of Christ, Christus Gardens is a family-oriented attraction that has been enjoyed by more than three generations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (865-436-5155)

  • Fun Mountain: Discover a mountain of fun at Gatlinburg's new multimillion-dollar family entertainment complex.

  • Gatlinburg Passion Play - a musical drama about the life of Christ. Call for reservations and times. (865-430-3777)

  • Guinness World Records Museum - Featuring all new exhibits from the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum

  • Jim Grey Gallery - art gallery

  • Arrowmont School and Shop - The school dates back to 1912, when the Pi Beta Phis, the national's oldest college women's fraternity, opened a school for isolated mountain children to supplement their three-month public education. In 1915 it began to revive the mountain crafts of basketmaking and weaving. The shop became the outlet for the sale of the crafts, and it remains so today. Handmade items such as woven placemats and baskets and even clothes can be found here.

  • Ripley's Motion Master

  • Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community - more than 70 artists' studios, shops and homes on an 8.5-mile loop, located 3 1/2 miles east of downtown on Highway 321 North (865-436-9214 or 865-436-7921)

  • World's largest aerial tramway, between downtown and Ober Gatlinburg atop Mt. Harrison. It's known as the South's finest ski resort, with eight slopes, a half-mile Alpine slide, indoor ice arena complex and the longest sightseeing chairlift in the South.

  • Twelve Los Vegas-type wedding chapels with no waiting, and everything furnished but the license

  • Trout fishing in the midst of downtown, from your motel balcony or on the river's edge. Tourists can fish April through November every day except Thursday, when the river is restocked.

  • A year's worth of special events, including the Scottish Highland Games in May, the spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, arts and crafts shows, and one of the state's only nighttime Christmas parades, with lighted floats.