Cades Cove offers visitors the chance to experience once of the most picturesque valleys in the country and simultaneously enjoy historic structures and wildlife. This great, slow-paced drive typically takes between 2-4 hours to drive.
The Titanic Museum, which opened in April of 2010, towers high above the Parkway in Pigeon Forge. The impressive ship-like structure was custom-engineered to look exactly like the famous 1912 vessel and cost in excess of $25 million to build.
The Gatlinburg Sky Lift, which initially opened in the 1950s, is one of the oldest continuously operated attractions in the Smoky Mountains. This vintage chairlift transports visitors to the top of Crocket Mountain for an amazing panoramic view of the National Park and quaint town of Gatlinburg below. It is the number one scenic overlook in Gatlinburg.
The restaurant, which is located on the banks of the Little Pigeon River, is one of the most popular dining choices in the Smokies and offers visitors excellent views while they dine. The Old Mill Restaurant is likely to bring back those glorious memories of eating at Grandma’s house.