The Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville hosts a climate-controlled, 35,000 sq ft hangar filled with arrays of exhibits and memorabilia. It also has real warplanes that fly, and a runway right outside the hangar doors to prove that museums don’t have to be dull, or quiet, or even stay still without moving! (more…)
Category archive: Smoky Mountains
Brave Eagle Luxury Cabin, Near Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg
Welcome to Brave Eagle, a 1-bedroom luxury cabin perched in the Smoky Mountains, with a view that offers you as much of the mountains as you care to take in, from your hot tub or rocking chair on the deck
Sometimes you just want give your eyes a vacation. That’s when you need a cabin like Brave Eagle, with a great view of the mountains, easy on the eyes and uplifting to look at, a view to gaze at endlessly. (more…)
Weddings in the Smoky Mountains
“Marriage is the crowning result of love in the supremely romantic Smoky Mountains.”
People come to the Smoky Mountains for a romantic getaway, and to get married, and to honeymoon. And they return frequently thereafter to celebrate their life with each other, and years later to renew their vows to each other, often with their grown-up children looking on, to everybody’s great satisfaction. (more…)
Massage in Your Cabin – the Ultimate Relaxation
What’s more relaxing than a gorgeous view of the Smoky Mountains from your hot tub on the deck of your luxury cabin? Well, how about a massage with that?
How about a massage service that provides cabin-calls? A Mountain View Spa offers services that come to you, to take relaxation to a whole new level.
From one of our rental cabins schedule your service with a skilled therapeutic massage professional. A Mountain View Spa offers you 7 different types of massages to choose from, each lasting at least an hour. (more…)
July 4th, 2014 in Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge
It’s July 4th on Friday, and in Gatlinburg this means a parade, which really starts on Thursday, July 3rd in the early morning hours. This is when the most intrepid of the parade-watchers begin to claim their spots along the parade route, settling in with folding chairs and necessary survival items to get through the long day ahead: phone, camera, water, money, good hat, etc.
Over 100,000 people are coming to watch the First Independence Day Parade in the Nation begin as the clock strikes midnight of the 3rd, and the Fourth of July unfolds in all its glory! (more…)
Synchronous Fireflies in the Smoky Mountains 2014
Every June in Great Smoky Mountains National Park a rare event occurs, as countless fireflies gather in a mating ritual and synchronize their glow of lights on and off together. This is something so rare in the world that you’d have to go to Southeast Asia to see it duplicated. (more…)
Barbeque & Bluegrass in the Smoky Mountains 2014
It’s springtime in the Smoky Mountains and it seems as if the barbeque and bluegrass goes on forever! In reality the festivals end soon, with the finish of Dollywood’s Barbeque & Bluegrass mammoth 16-day festival, running from May 24 through June 8. (more…)
Riversong Ridge: 3-Bedroom Luxury Cabin in the Smoky Mountains
Riversong Ridge is a 3-bedroom luxury cabin combining the best of both worlds in a fully rustic outside with a modern style of living on the inside.
Sitting in its own private lot in the Smoky Mountains, this retreat cabin offers gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains as well as its own self-contained getaway ambience.
Carefully designed into the sheltering terrain, this great cabin has an ancillary covered gazebo which houses the outdoor hot tub, surrounded by nature yet still in private seclusion. (more…)
Waldens Creek Stables Bonfire Season 2014
Saturday, May 24 kicks of the 2014 summer season of evening bonfires at Waldens Creek Stables, held once a month through October. (more…)
Bloomin’ Barbeque & Bluegrass 2014 – Sevierville May 16-17
There’s a street party for all the family happening in historic downtown Seviervile Friday and Saturday, May 16-17, with a host of bluegrass bands, all kinds of barbeque – including the kind you judge in a prize-winning competition – arts and crafts and all manner of street fair entertainments. (more…)