About Us

Our History

Learn about the history of the oldest hotel in Gatlinburg.


A visual tour of the Historic Gatlinburg Inn.


We are easy to find in downtown Gatlinburg.


Official merchandise.

About Gatlinburg

The Great Smoky Mountains

The most visited national park in the U.S.

Gatlinburg Restaurant Guide

The best restaurants reviewed.

Local Attractions

There is a lot to do in Gatlinburg!


Free sips of moonshine.

Regional Attractions

Things to do outside Gatlinburg.

Articles and News about Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains

Little House of Pancakes – Gatlinburg Restaurant Review

Located right outside the downtown area of Gatlinburg (in the direction of the Arts and Crafts district), lies a gem of a breakfast destination, Little House of Pancakes. From the moment you set foot in this charming spot, you are welcomed into a world of culinary...

J.O.E. and Pop’s Sub Shoppe- Gatlinburg Restaurant Review

Located on the outskirts of Gatlinburg, near the Arts & Crafts district, lies a cozy little sub shop called J.O.E. and Pop's Sub Shoppe. It is a split restaurant that shares both physical space as well as menu space with Mama's Chicken Kitchen. We did not eat...

The Early Spring Flowers and Trees You Will Find in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee

Spring in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee is a sight to behold. After months of cold and dreary weather, the mountains come alive with a burst of color and life. The forests and meadows are filled with a variety of plant life and flowers that bloom during this...
Christus Gardens – the Demolition of a Gatlinburg Landmark

Christus Gardens – the Demolition of a Gatlinburg Landmark

Christus Gardens (later renamed "Christ in the Smokies") was a Gatlinburg landmark for many years. The museum opened in 1960, early in the rise of Gatlinburg as a vacation hotspot, by Mr. Ronald Ligon. The museum featured life-size figures populating scenes from the...