A new year is a great time to turn over a new leaf – especially on vacation. Whether you’re a seasoned Gatlinburg traveler or a first-time guest, these 12 off-the-beaten-path local favorites are sure to delight. Pack them all in one trip or visit one per month to see Gatlinburg from a whole new perspective all year long.
Old School Music and GiftsBack to Top of List
Travel back in time to the olden days of mountain lore at Old School Music and Gifts. Here you’ll find train whistles, mechanical music makers, vintage toys and games. Interactive displays of bygone musical formats and the Gatlinburg View-Master Museum make this a fun spot to explore.
Black Bear CraftsBack to Top of List
“Special things, specially done” has been the theme at this artisan shop for more than 20 years. You’ll find seasonal and original ceramics at Black Bear Crafts, wreaths and wood crafts created in Gatlinburg. Choose one of their designs – or create your very own
Gatlinburg NutritionBack to Top of List
For a hearty, healthy breakfast or lunch option, step into Gatlinburg Nutrition. Featuring more than 50 delicious meal replacement shakes and energy teas, this shop will leave you with s pep in your step for the day ahead.
Lamon JewelersBack to Top of List
Fine jewelry never disappoints, and Lamon Jewelers shines. A true Gatlinburg gem, this local business, operated out of a log cabin, helps customers celebrate life’s memorable moments.
Gatlinburg WineryBack to Top of List
Gatlinburg Winery in the heart of downtown is open 7 days a week and is home to the famous cotton candy wine. Along with delicious sips, you’ll find this bright pink winery has over two decades of wine-making experience and you can only get this delicious wine in Gatlinburg!