Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 429-0484
Fax: (865) 429-0738
Arts & Museums
Located in the old Sevierville Post Office that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum contains a large number of Sevier County artifacts and memorabilia from its earliest settlers to World War II. Lectures and classes are available; they also provide transcription and indexing services for historic documents.
An extensive collection of over 90 American muscle cars can be found at this 35,000 square foot museum with cars on display including Elvis' first limo, a 1967 Shelby GT 500, and a 1970 Hemi Challenger from the movie "The Vanishing Point."
An ever-changing aircraft collection of resident warbirds are on display at this museum where you can see warbird flybys or impromptu flight demonstrations. Other exhibits on display include uniforms, a comprehensive historical timeline, aviation memorabilia, aerodynamics, and powerplants.
Experience the magic of Hollywood
Catch the stars at the Hollywood Wax Museum, stand next to them and even enter the sets of the movies and TV shows with them. Rub shoulders with the likes of Tom Hanks, Cameron Diaz and Angelina Jolie. You can also get some pictures clicked with them, that will make you a star back home. However, make sure you book your tickets well in advance, as it is a popular tourist spot and tends to get crowded. If you are on vacation in the beautiful Smoky Mountains, you simply cannot miss a trip to the Hollywood Wax Museum.
The largest private collection of Elvis memorabilia in the world is located at this museum that features some of the King's cars, jewelry, clothing, and guns. Self guided tours are available.
Open from May through October, this museum contains many famous cars such as Hank William Jr.'s Silver Dollar Car, Elvis' Mercedes CPE, and James Bond's 007 Car. The museum also features a historic gas pump globe display.
The Apple Tree Gallery is the place where the famous artist Ron Fly displays his works. In spite of getting recognition from the world over and having worked on various topics, Ron's artwork always goes back to his origins i.e. Smoky Mountains where he grew up. You can look at and buy the latest creations of the artist in the Apple Tree Gallery. Although Fly's works are prominently displayed here, works of other artists are also available. So, if you are an art enthusiast, make sure you step into the wonderland that is Apple Tree.
In this post modern world of unconventional, interactive art, the Paul Murray Gallery comes as a pleasant surprise for all those in love with the romantic art movement from the yesteryear. The Paul Murray Gallery is a personal art gallery of the artist who has settled in his childhood town and looks to capture and compose faces of locals around. He paints in colors and pencil, and his works reflect minute details of everyday life of the locals there. With his unique themes and a new outlook to life, Murray's works have bagged several awards. Besides he has also earned reputation as an upcoming artist with galleries in Canada and other places as well. Murray also conducts several events and auctions in his gallery which should not be missed. All in all, for every art lover a visit to Paul Murray Gallery, is simply unavoidable. Call +1 888 728 5687 for further information.
Located on a complete off beat pathway and surrounded by beautiful flowers and tall standing trees, the G. Webb Gallery is as beautiful as the paintings that it displays. A former farmhouse, this building was constructed in 1910 and still stands true to its times. The Gallery displays the works of the famous G. Webb, and its interiors which are made of hardwood floors and real winter fires are a reflection of the thoughts and the spirit of the artist himsel . The place has replicas, lithographs, photographs, frames and books of the artist on display and sale. However, the real priceless item among all these are the original water colors left behind by the artist. And if you cannot afford these little extravagantly priced pictures, just go to the gift shop and buy one of the cups or diaries with a paintings duplicated on it as a memory of your visit. To know more about the place, call them or visit the website.
Step into the past at this memorial to the life of Christ. February marks the beginnings of spring for the flowering dogwood and these gardens are filled with blossoms and fragrance as you wander among the many attractions at this location. It offers a wax museum filled with more than 100 life-sized figures in scenes from Christ's life. It also offers an heirloom bible collection, paintings outlining the parables, a collection of ancient coins and much more. Since 1960 this location has amazed its many visitors.
Cooter's Place is the brainchild of Ben Jones who played the character of Cooter in the famed series 'The Dukes of Hazzard'. The Gatlinburg store houses the Dukes of Hazzard museum containing the series' memorabilia and a store which stocks t-shirts, books and more. Cooters is open from 10 am. Families at large can have a fun time at the indoor race track at Cooters. The space also plays host to a variety of private parties and functions. Check the website or call for additional information.