Length: 2.5 Hours
Destination: Sights in and around Gatlinburg to learn its history both past and present.
$29.99 Per Adult
$15.99 Children 5-15
This tour only runs on Monday's from July 1 - Sept 30th
This tour is a great introduction to the city of Gatlinburg. You will learn about the early history of the gateway to the Smokies. Settled by the Ogle's in 1803 you will hear stories about the first European families to plant roots in the area. Learn about the Cherokee Indians, Scott/Irish, Dutch, and Germans who first settles the East Tennessee mountains. This tour isn't all history, we also point out some of the best places to eat and be entertained. On this 2.5 hour tour you will see areas in and around Gatlinburg including the Sugarlands Visitor Center, Mynat Park, Dudley Creek, Baskins Creek, River Road, and Emerts Cove. We will also be visiting the famous Arts and Crafts district to learn its history and the somewhat unusual reason that it came to exist. Pittman Center is an area that's much older than Gatlinburg and still remains mostly unchanged even after 70+ years of local growth. Pittman Center has managed to avoid the limelight that was bestowed on Gatlinburg and keeps its true mountain folk heritage. If you thought Mayberry was small wait until you see small town life in rural Pittman Center. We will also be visiting one of the areas oldest graveyards. In the graveyard your guide will teach you about the life and death of local residents. By the end of this tour you will have a much deeper understanding of the area and its people, those still around and those long passed. This is a fully narrated tour and all visitors are welcomed and encouraged to interact with the guide. Ask questions, be curious and get answers. We may also show DVD's to help teach you about our local history.
Need Assistance? Call Us and We Can Help You Book Your Tour