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How to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Gatlinburg

Looking for fine Mexican dining in the heart of the Smoky Mountains? Gatlinburg has you covered. Sit down at a table and order up fresh fajitas, tasty burritos, delicious tacos and more authentic Mexican food options! With Mexican restaurants located right downtown, no matter where you’re staying…

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Your Dining Plan: 10 Tastes of Gatlinburg

We hear it all the time: Gatlinburg is a place like no other. Part of what makes this mountain town so distinct is its flavors. To help you savor the best of the Smokies, we’ve rounded up 10 Tastes of Gatlinburg. We dare you to try them all! Fannie Farkle’s​ Generations of guests have relished good…

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A Year’s Worth of Events in Gatlinburg

A trip to Gatlinburg is always in season, with festivities and celebrations from January to December. We’ve pulled together a highlight reel of attractions to pencil in for 2023. Be sure to check out the full details and a comprehensive list of Gatlinburg events. JANUARY Winter Wonderlands Through…

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Plan Your Perfect Winter Itinerary in Gatlinburg

A complete day-long list of things to do in the Winter in Gatlinburg Whether it’s your first time in Gatlinburg or your hundredth time, planning the perfect Winter vacation can be a daunting task for even the most seasoned vacation planner. With a plethora of things to do, see, and experience in…

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Fun Things to Do in Gatlinburg in The Winter

Gatlinburg is a city known for its charm and beauty, and winter is no exception. From magical holiday traditions to pristine skiing slopes, Gatlinburg offers plenty of ways to delight in the season's best activities. Discover the best of Gatlinburg’s inspiring landscapes and small-town allures when…

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Savor Fall Flavors in Gatlinburg

Gatlinburg in autumn is a feast for the senses. Visitors come for the sights of blue skies and kaleidoscope views, backed by the sounds of rushing streams and wind whistling through the mountaintops. The smells of hickory smoke and apple cider invite guests to pull up a chair for Gatlinburg’s…

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