Shopping in Gatlinburg and Area
Retail therapy, a.k.a. shopping, is a great American pastime, and there’s no better place to do it than in the Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville are shopping meccas filled numerous malls, outlets, boutiques, specialty shops, souvenirs stores, antique markets and much, much more.
Shopping options abound in the Great Smoky Mountains. From perusing the quaint, European style Village Shops of Gatlinburg or hitting the famous Tanger Outlets in Sevierville to score a good deal, to visiting one of the largest flea markets in Tennessee, The Great Smoky Mountains Flea Market, there is truly something for everyone. This is literally a place where you can shop till you drop. What better way to relax and enjoy your time off than to peruse your favorite stores and shops for that special something to remind you of your trip.
While Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville all offer a wide variety of shops, outlets, malls, and boutiques, each town still has its own shopping niche.
Gatlinburg is well known for its artisan crafts and novelties. Shoppers seeking unique, artisan jewelry, one-of-a kind memorabilia and the perfect gear for a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains will find everything they need here. Dropping in to the Celtic Heritage Company provides guests with a chance to select handcrafted treasures from the Motherland, British Isles. While a visit to Smoky Mountain Angler will gear up the novice or skilled fly fisherman for a day in one of the many pristine trout streams that cut through the National Park. For a souvenir that will always be a reminder of the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, vacationers can stop by the oldest wood sign company, Wood Signs of Gatlinburg, to have a one-of -kind wood sign created for their home or business.
Pigeon Forge is packed with stores of all kinds, but as the home to Dollywood this town is especially famous for vacation souvenirs and outlet stores. It’s numerous gifts shops, outlets, specialty shops, and shopping centers will spin any shopper dizzy trying to decide where to shop first. To find the perfect souvenir or country time classic, step back in time at the Three Bears General Store. Then move on to gear up in the best country western clothing around at Stages West Cowboy Couture & More. A shopping trip to Pigeon Forge would not be complete without visiting the original outlet shops to the area to score a good deal at Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall.
While Tanger Outlets has put Sevierville on the shopping map, people travel from the surrounding states just to shop the deals there; Sevierville has an incredible array of antique stores and flea markets. If you’re a treasure hunter, collector, or antique guru of any sort Sevierville is filled with many great options where you can uncover historic, artifacts, select collectors items, and unique era gems. Flat Creek Village and Riverside Antiques and Collectables are two musts for the treasure hunter in your crew.
CLOTHING APPAREL & ACCESSORIES
Another Me Clothier
This women’s fashion, apparel, and shoe store is a local gem. With the latest in trend-setting fashion for every modern woman, Another Me Clothier features fashionable clothes, handbags, accessories, footwear and more.
This store prides itself on being Gatlinburg’s premier fashion-forward shop, serving the Gatlinburg area for over 24 years. The knowledgeable staff at this boutique will help cloth you from head to toe, adding the perfect accessories to complete your outfit and fashion mystique.
GIFT SHOPS & SOUVENIRS
Jonathan’s The Bear Necessities
Situated near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Jonathan’s The Bear Necessities, offers customers historic guides, novelties, shoes, craft souvenirs, and much more.
Much of the merchandise in this store commemorates and honors the vast wilderness, wildlife and heritage of the Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountain region.
Visitors will find ornate pottery, precious carved bear figurines, the popular “Life is Good” brand, moccasins and much more.
The Jewelry Spot
Situated inside the quaint and scenic, The Covered Bridge in the Glades Complex. The Jewelry Spot, offers exclusive artisan jewelry sure to delight any shopper. This jewelry store specializes in handcrafted unique jewelry using Birthstones, Swarovski Crystal, Argentium Sterling Silver (tarnish resistant .935 sterling silver) wire and findings. As owner and jewelry designer Gina Benko explains, “Most everything in my store is unique and handcrafted. I create beaded jewelry, wire wrapped jewelry and kiln fired enamel over copper. I also have Rocks, Fossils and More. 12 months of birthstone jewelry featuring the Precious and Semi-Precious birthstones. I have been creating and selling my Jewelry since 2000. I am entering my 15th year handcrafting jewelry.”
The Jewelry Spot even offers customers the opportunity to design their jewelry or have it sized while they shop.
As Gina Benko concludes, “Stop in and shop the Covered Bridge in the Glades Complex and get a bite to eat at one of the two eateries in the complex. I am 1 of over 100 artist and craftsman on the 8 mile loop in Gatlinburg. I am a member of the GSACC (Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community). Parking is free throughout the Art and Crafts Community.”
Celtic Heritage Company
Celebrating the rich Scotch/Irish heritage so deeply ingrained in the Appalachian Mountains, Celtic Heritage Company brings a diverse array of Celtic jewelry, Scottish, Welsh and Irish clothing, heraldry, luxury items, and household goods to Gatlinburg.
Many products hailing directly from our motherland, the British Isles, Celtic Heritage provides everything you need to connect to those roots. Honoring Scotland, Ireland and Wales, this store features an array of traditional products and traditional items such as Celtic music, Guinness products, Crosses, Tartans, Teas, candy, Haggis, Books, T-shirts and Claddaghs. Not to mention, authentic kilts, knit caps and wool sweaters. So step into the Celtic Heritage Company and step across the pond and into the old world.
A select jewelry and art gallery, Gabriel’s Horn, specializes in handcrafted jewelry featuring natural gemstones and minerals, in addition to one-of-a-kind artisan jewelry.
Gabriel’s Horn Owner in Gatlinburg Owner, Dottie Pickett, realized her dream by opening this special shop in the historic Great Smoky Mountain Arts & Crafts Community in 2005. Special collections include things like the “Smoky Mountain Black Bear Jewelry Collection,” featuring includes pendants, charms, bracelets, earrings, and rings.
As stated on their website, “The American Black Bear is the larger-than-life symbol of the Great Smoky Mountains, and Gabriel’s Horn Jewelry is thrilled to offer this unique collection of jewelry that captures the spirit of these beautiful, wild creatures.”
Gabriel’s Horn Jewelry in Gatlinburg In addition to her own collection Gabriel’s Horn features the incredible clothing created by Fances Fox. Frances Fox , a native of Gatlinburg and a fifth generation artist weaver, has been weaving since 1980. Her beautiful hand-woven wall hangings celebrate nature and the surrounding natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. Her design line also includes woven clothing, jackets, vests and wraps in luxury yarns.
Gabriel’s Horn not only features a fabulous and unique jewelry and art collection, but they are also committed to the environment. Owner Dottie Pickett uses re-cycled metal in her jewelry, gift boxes and bags are made from recycled materials.
HEALTH, BATH, BEAUTY
Misty Mountain Soap Company
With two locations in the Arts and Crafts Community just outside of Gatlinburg on Glades Rd., the Misty Mountain Soap company is nestled among fellow artisans and craftsmen. Featuring an incredible line of line of handcrafted soaps, bath and body products that they create themselves right in Gatlinburg. This store carries over 50 varieties of soap in addition to many other products.
Their products include soaps, liquid soaps, bath bombs, lotions, body butters, lip balms, bath salts, and salt and sugar scrubs, wonderfully scented and also a complete line of unscented products. In addition they make a line of herbal healing products and natural insect repellent.
As owner Cindy Heinemann notes, “We use all-vegan, natural oils and butters like shea and cocoa butters, and avocado and olive oils, which help to create mild and moisturizing products. We use fine fragrance oils and essential oils to scent our products. We also use many essential oils in our products for their specific benefits to the skin.”
Misty Mountain Soap Company also offers specialty soaps such as Teen Clean for oily or acne prone skin, Doggie Shampoo for the four legged family members, and Avocado soap for dry or sensitive skin.
As owner Cindy Heinemann concludes, “We provide a product to those who are seeking a more natural and healthy choice in skin care. And its wonderful to bring a gift home that is made right here in the mountains. Once you fall in love with Misty Mountain Soap products you can order online or by phone.”
SPECIALTY SHOPS & BOUTIQUES
For Christmas year-round and those down-home jams and jellies like Grandma used to make, Santa’s Claus-et is a must on your shopping spree. This local favorite located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains is housed in old time log cabin-barn.
Santa’s Claus-et displays hundreds of different, craft ornaments, Christmas novelties and seasonal decorations; as well as regional music. In addition, just as Santa would have it, this store offers numerous homemade jams, jellies, salsas and sweets to quench any appetite.
Wood Signs of Gatlinbur
The oldest working sign shop in downtown Gatlinburg, Wood Signs of Gatlinburg is a family owned and operated wood sign company that has been in business since 1971.
Wood Signs of Gatlinbur in Gatlinburg As owner Suzannah Jones explains, “We pride ourselves in taking care of our customers as we would want to be taken care of. We set ourselves apart from other sign companies as we have the best prices and use only high grades of solid Eastern Red Cedar and Western Red Cedar.”
Wood Signs of Gatlinburg offers custom, personalized wood signs for all occasions. Customers will find signs in many different sizes and shaped signs that include thousands of graphics.
As owner Suzannah Jones concludes, “We take pride in making each and every sign. We are happy to be able to commemorate a family’s vacation to Gatlinburg, TN. We have been and are excited to serve generation after generation.”
Smoky Mountain Angler
Opened in 1988, Smoky Mountain Angler store is the oldest Fly Shop in Sevier County. A tried and true favorite of fly fisherman in the know, Smoky Mountain Angler has a long standing reputation in the Fly Fishing community and in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. As sales associate Stephanie explains, “We are the only one in Gatlinburg, and we’re only minutes from The Smoky Mountain National Park. Along with being a TWRA certified license dealer, we also have an authorized fishing guide service for the park.”
Smoky Mountain Angler carries everything an angler, fly fisherman needs for a successful day of fishing. They feature quality gear from Orvis, Sage, Simms and more. Their extensive selection of flies includes locally hand tied flies.
As Stephanie adds, “If you’re looking to do any fishing at all we are here to help. You can purchase your license and any gear you need here, and we are more than happy to help you find the perfect spot to fish. Having our guides out fishing everyday keeps us up to date on the best spots to fish and what the fish are biting on. Fishing is our passion and we just want you to have the best time possible. In addition if you’re just in town for vacation and not huge anglers, we offer daily rental equipment for any fishing spot you desire.”
As Stephanie concludes, “Fishing is a huge part of the Smoky Mountain experience. There is no better place to create memories than in pristine mountain streams and vistas. If you’re planning on doing any fishing in the area you will need a license, which you can purchase at our store.”
NOC-Gatlinburg Founded in 1972 as rafting company in the beautiful Nantahala Gorge, the Nantahala Outdoor Center is considered the premier rafting company of the southeast. As their reputation with rafting and outdoor adventure grew the NOC expanded its reach to other areas in the Appalachian mountains. While many of these outposts have guided trips and sold outdoor apparel and gear it wasn’t until that NOC decided to open their flagship store in Gatlinburg.
This 18,000 square foot flagship store is strategically located just outside the downtown Gatlinburg entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. As Ben explains, “One of the reasons NOC has a store in Gatlinburg is to help guests experience the Great Smoky Mountains. We also are next door to the GSMNP entrance, making access to the Smokies a breeze. The store is a one stop shop for all your hiking/backpacking needs. NOC Gatlinburg is a 18,000 square-foot store making it one of the biggest stores in Gatlinburg. Our products range from gifts to gear, snacks to packs.”
The NOC-Gatlinburg offers everything visitors need to enjoy the park from essential outdoor gear and apparel to guided trips, signature gifts and more. As Manager Bent Lethco describes, “Here at NOC, one of our goals is to help people enjoy the outdoors. From rafting and kayaking to hiking and biking, NOC offers their guests the opportunity to explore the adventurous side of the outdoors and the adventurous side of themselves.”
In fact a visit to the store is a family excursion in and of itself. With swinging rope bridge, kid-friendly bear cave, giant fireplace and climbing wall, families could spend an entire afternoon exploring the store.
NOC-Gatlinburg in Gatlinburg Not to mention the shopping, NOC-Gatlinburg features top outdoor brands. As Manager Ben Lethco notes, “We sell products from Columbia, Keen, Chaco, Osprey, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear, Deuter, just to name a few. We have also devoted 1000 square-feet of the store to The North Face called The North Face Summit Shop. We also sell pottery and gifts made right here in the Smokies.” In addition to outdoor gear, apparel, and equipment NOC-Gatlinburg carries vacation necessities such as like shoes, sandals, swimsuits, sunglasses, hats, jackets, coats, gloves, or even headphones on a seasonal basis.
Not only does the NOC-Gatlinburg provide a wealth of tangible products and gear for customers and guests to the park, but they also feature a skillful set of human resources. As Ben explains, “To go along with the products that we sell, our staff provides the knowledge and the guidance to help you find the best fit for the products so your hikes are more fun and enjoyable. Many of our staff guides hike and backpack the Smokies on a regular basis. Their knowledge of the park helps our guests find the best trail for them, from easy to strenuous, and helps keep them safe while they are hiking.”
The Day Hiker
Located in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg, The Day Hiker is dedicated to gearing hikers up to enjoy the great outdoors in the national park. Carrying a variety of day hiking items, camping novelties, and outdoor gifts, this store is unique and for hikers planning their trip itinerary even before their arrival. The Day Hiker also features an online catalogue and store.
Owner Joseph Guenther, has spent over a decade traversing the different trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The store really strives to help hikers best prepare themselves for or the optimal day hike experience in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. As he notes, “Before we moved to Gatlinburg, TN the gateway city to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, we were frequent visitors to the park. While hiking the trails we always noticed how unprepared many people were to be out on the trails. Many were hiking on hot days without water, food or snacks or hiking in flip-flops.
In accordance with their mission Joseph and his store The Day Hiker aim to equip visitors to the park with the best gear necessary, especially vacations that are only in the area for a short amount of time, “But we also knew that many of these hikers were on vacation and this would be the only time they would be hiking so why invest any money in expensive gear that would be used one time. That is when we came up with the idea of an inexpensive hiking outfitter where tourists could buy backpacks, water carriers, etc. in the $20 price range. When it was time for me to retire from the Army in the year 2000 we decided to take the idea of owning a shop in our favorite vacation spot and offering inexpensive hiking gear in a shop called “The Day Hiker.”
TOYS, GAMES, & HOBBIES
The Rhythm Section
While so much of music is digital these days, there are still avid music fans who actually enjoy going to a real live music store and seeing the real thing.
Visitors to The Rhythm Section in downtown Gatlinburg can get their hands on the real thing, i.e. records, cds, music compilation sets and much more.
Devoted music fans will also find a plethora of music fan gear with specialty musician and music group T-shirts, posters, and wall art.
HOME DECOR AND FURNISHINGS
This fabulous furniture and home decor shop, offers a huge variety of affordable home decor, accessories, and furniture. The Decorum has just the right items that can spruce up any home, cabin, condo or living space.
This store features an impressive selection of unique furniture, placemats, shower curtains, and wall art. Customers will encounter an incredible section of wall art that especially pays homage to the local Smoky Mountains with mountains vistas, black bears, wildlife, nature and much more.
The Decorum displays cozy sofas, carpets, candles to make your vacation home or true home, a relaxing, stylish, and comfortable escape.
In addition to furniture and home decor you will also encounter ladies jewelry and scarves here, such as the fashionable infinity scarves in ethereal colors and soft fabrics.
The Maples Tree
This family owned business opened in 2002, features beautiful quilts, handbags, home decor such as picture frames and kitchen accessories, as well as jewelry.
The Maples Tree specializes in Donna Sharp quilt designs. Donna Sharp quilts are a great item to add to your family collection and can become an instant heirloom. As noted on their website, “Donna Sharp personally approves and designs her quilts. The fabrics in each quilt is chosen and made for Donna Sharp alone. Many of Donna Sharp quilts are oversized, hand quilted and 100% cotton. Create an entire room with all the accessories from window valances to decorative pillows.”
Donna Sharp is not only famous for her quilts but also her handbags. The Maples’ Tree features her quilted handbags, these fashionably and practically designed handbags are perfect for night on the town, a shopping spree with the ladies, or as just the right fit for your hand bag collection.
In addition to their colorful quilt and home decor, The Maples Tree offers exceptional jewelry finds. One of their most popular lines, is Kameleon Jewelry. As explained on their website, “Kameleon Jewelry and Jewel Pops are mode of .925 sterling silver. Jewel Pops include a variety of high quality embellishments such as Swarovski crystals, semi-precious stones, cubic zirconia, enames and 18kt gold overlay. Most of the silver is coated with an anti-tarnish coating to slow down the oxidation that silver undergoes naturally. You are going to love your Kameleon Jewelry. And remember Kameleon Jewel Pops can be addictive.”
Wither your seeking to accessorize yourself or your home, The Maples Tree is the perfect store for you.
Doc’s Magic and Fun Shop
With two area locations, both in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Doc’s Magic and Fun Shop will entrance and intrigue any customer. But for the kids and adults in your crew who have always been fascinated by magic tricks, games, and illusions these stores are especially a treat.
This family owned business has been operating for over 50 years, Doc Waddell is legendary for his magic shows, tricks, and Emerald City Ministries. He delights in making young and old smile, have fun and discover the magic of life. Doc and his dedicated staff are well-known for demonstrating magic tricks and games and involving the crowd. So get ready for family fun and magic during your visit!
The Lollipop Guild
Operating in Gatlinburg for over twelve years, this unique children’s shop is a must for anyone with children or grandchildren.
This is not your average children’s store. The Lollipop Guild brings children’s imagination to life by making them the star of books, DVDs, music cds and more. As co-owner Connie Swain explains, “We put children in 12 different full length cartoons, make them the hero of their own adventure book (35 to choose from) and have their favorite character singing their names. Mickey Mouse is the most popular, but we have Christian Music, Playtime Music, Nursery Rhymes,etc.”
A truly one-of-a-kind children’s store, a stop at The Lollipop Guild will allow you and your child to create something to remember your trip and play with for a very long time.
SPECIALTY FOOD AND GOURMET SHOPS
Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile & Cafe
Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile & Cafe is a distinctive boutique shopping and dining experience. Step into their boutique and cafe and you will find those exceptional pieces chosen from the “Farmhouse” days to accent your home, specially designed pet accessories, gifts and more. From a simple hand crafted pet collar – to a one of a kind re-purposed hanging lamp, customers will find the perfect home decor items to accent their home, and distinctive gifts for family, friends and pets. In addition Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile features a wide variety of gourmet food products, and Scentchips, a home fragrance line that invented the fragrance melt over 36 years ago.
Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile & Cafe in Gatlinburg As owner Lori Steele adds, “Our goal is to offer products from smaller companies and “Mom & Pop” operations. Most of the Gourmet food items we carry are from family owned businesses here in Tennessee. We seek out different and unique gifts and home decor, many of which are handmade. Our Boutique area has beautiful items for the “Gals” and our pet treats are all natural and gluten free.”
If you work up and appetite while shopping no need to journey any further, Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile & Cafe serves delicious homemade lunch 7 days a week. Favorite sandwiches such as Chicken salad, Pimento cheese, Sloppy Joe – fresh Salads & Soups, and fluffy Quiche. Don’t forget to save room for the delectable desserts, freshly brewed Coffee, Tea, or a Cappuccino.
Located in the Covered Bridge Shopping Village on Glades Rd, in the heart of the Artists Loop, Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile & Cafe is a shopping experience not to miss!
Smoky Mountain Farms Jelly House
This local joint is well known by area folk and visitors alike. Serving up delicious jams, jellies, syrups, apple butter and much more. This is Grandma’s cooking at it’s best, made with the best ingredients and that extra special pinch of love.
The free samples alone, are enough to entice any customer, but Smoky Mountain Farms Jelly House is known not only for its delectable products but their down-home, friendly customer service.
Be sure to stop by and sample some of the flavor of the Smoky Mountain region!
SHOPPING MALLS/OUTLET CENTERS
Thought quite a bit smaller than Pigeon Forge and Sevierville in square miles, Gatlinburg still hosts some impressive shopping centers, mini- malls and more. Visitors can choose from shopping experiences located above the clouds, in the buzzing downtown district, back in Old World Europe or choose to stroll and shop a bit outside of town in a more pastoral setting.
Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway Mall
Located in downtown Gatlinburg, below the famous ski and adventure resort, Ober Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway Mall features great gifts and souvenirs at “Tramway Gifts” or stop by the “Silver Galleon” to select ornate Native American jewelry , specializing in beautiful turquoise and sterling silver jewelry.
While visiting the Aerial Tramway Mall you and family or friends can also stop by Miss Sadie’s Old Time Photo to take a trip and picture back in time, and if you’re shopping has you spent drop in theMountaineer Kandy Kitchen to get that sugar rush to keep you going by sampling their delicious candy, gourmet chocolates, and specialty treats.
If you still have the stamina take the aerial tram up the mountain to Ober Gatlinburg where more shops await you. Here you will find even more special gifts, t-shirts, hoodies and souvenirs at Galleria Gifts or you can cruise by Joyce’s for the perfect outdoorsy outfit that will equip you for a day in the woods- with brand names like Woolrich, Kuhl, Kavu and more! Then make sure to save some time to play Obear’s Playhouse where your and the family can find the best in toys, games, and children’s apparel. Then move on to delve into your family’s history and name at the Family Crest store where you can find the Coat of Arms, Personalized Items, Collectibles, Pins & Patches, and more! Finish off your journey atop the mountain with a stop in The Leather Shop where you can purchase the best in quality leather shoes, bags, coats and more!
The Village Shops
A visit to The Village Shops located in downtown Gatlinburg is like stepping into a different world. Created much like Old World Europe, The Village Shops in Gatlinburg will transport you to another place and time.
With a collection of 27 unique shops and eateries set in a charming European village atmosphere, you can meander along brick pathways and enjoy the bubbling fountains similar to plazas of Europe.
The village shops includes a wide array of gift and specialty shops, clothiers, galleries and eateries that offer a unique experience for the visitor. Stepping into the “Old World” you will truly create an experience to remember.
Covered Bridge in the Glades
This beautiful shopping and residential development is located in the rolling hills amidst, the Great Smoky Mountains, just outside Gatlinburg. The Glades, in Gatlinburg has long been known as the home of the “Arts & Crafts Community”, located just 3 miles from the buzzing downtown Gatlinburg.
Covered Bridge in the Glades in Gatlinburg A unique shopping experience nestled among nature, Covered Bridge in the Glades focuses on arts and crafts retailers indigenous to the region, in addition to restaurants and local retailers this shopping center is relaxing, rejuvenating and sure, the tranquil and picturesque setting.
For fresh produce from local Farmers, guests can enjoy shopping at the Gatlinburg Farmers Market, now located at Covered Bridge in the Glades. Open in the spring and summer seasons this local farmers market runs every Saturday from 8:30 until 12:00.
Stores and restaurants at Covered Bridge in the Glades include:
- Hills Creek Gallery
- Misty Mountain Soap Company
- More Than A Candle
- Neil’s Gallery & Jewelry
- Shaconage Stone Art & Jewelry
- The Jewelry Spot
- Quiet Reflections Spa
- Sparky’s Glass Blowing
- Farmhouse Home Goods Mercantile and Cafe
- Backwoods Pizza
- Custom Creations by Beth
- Miracles on Manes
- Auntie’ Belhams’ Cabin Rentals
- Cupid’s Petals
- Hot Nails For U
OTHER MALLS AND SHOPPING CENTERS IN GATLINBURG INCLUDE:
Baskins Square Mall
- Guinness World Records Museum,
- Mountain Woodcarvers,
- Little Sparrow Gallery,
- Scents of Gatlinburg,
- The Lollipop Guild, God’s World,
- Doc’s Magic Shop,
- Mountain Edge Grill
This Shopping area contains three restaurants, Banquet & Meeting Facilities available. Enticing shops offering arts and crafts, pottery and other unique gifts.
The Marketplace features a distinctive mix of brand name, specialty and artisan stores.
This indoor, climate controlled shopping center features 36 shops each with a only one of its kind theme. Located the heart of Gatlinburg at Traffic Light #6 across from the Aquarium.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
CLOTHING APPAREL & ACCESSORIES
Stages West Cowboy Couture & More
Located in the heart of Pigeon Forge Stages West Cowboy Couture & More offers a wide variety of high quality brands, fashion-forward boots and apparel with a Western appeal for men, women and children. With a selection of more than 10,000 boots, over 15,000 square feet of store and an expert service team, there is no doubt anyone and everyone can find something to take home.
Locally-owned for three generations, the unique familial heritage and passion for the Cowboy Couture lifestyle makes Stages West unique from any others in the industry. This family owned business is also the only full service premiere Western Apparel Store located in East Tennessee, and it is the largest independent Western retailer in the Southeast.
Stages West features high-end brands like Lucchese, Old Gringo and Black Jack alongside popular mainstream brands like Ariat and Durango. Stages West also offers brands in ladies, men’s and children’s apparel, belts and buckles, jewelry, accessories, homegoods and gifts. Each piece is hand-picked based on a fashion-forward mindset, the highest of quality products and sold at prices that compete.
Stages West Cowboy Couture & More in Pigeon Forge The Stages West dedicated service team will help put together entire outfits so you can walk into any room with Cowboy Couture confidence. They’ll also match any advertised price, so you know you’re getting the best service and value.
GIFT SHOPS & SOUVENIRS
The Country Barn Gift Shop
The Country Barn Gift shop has something for everyone. If you are looking for souvenir or home decor item to spruce up your home or kitchen collection, this one-stop-shop is the place for you.
A great place to find that perfect gift for children or adults, customers to the Country Barn Gift shop will find a large selection of Porcelain Dolls, Indian Pottery and Ceramic Christmas Trees.They also carry Beanie Babies and a large selection of TY Plush Products.
Country Barn Gift shop as features well-known lines such as Enesco Precious Moments, Cherished Teddies, Memories of Yesterday, Pretty as a Picture, Mary’s Moo Moos and Growing Up Girls.
In addition to their home décor, ideal for livening up any kitchen ie. Apples, Magnolia Blossoms, Pigs, Cows, Chickens and Roosters, The Country Barn Gift Shop’s other products include:
- Fenton Glassware
- Dept. 56 Christmas Ornaments
- Calico Kittens
- Collectable Pewter
- Historic Lighthouses by Lefton
- Colonial Village by Lefton
- Jack Daniels Collectibles
- Mountain Honey, Taffy and Jams
- Cedar Chests, Wall Plaques, Bird Houses, Banks, Ashtrays, Shot Glasses
- Seasonal Gifts (Ceramic Christmas Trees…)
Three Bears General Store
A longtime favorite among vacationers and locals alike, Three Bears General Store has been in operation since 1979. Covering over 40,000 square feet. This general store features a massive inventory of gifts, t-shirts, Christmas decor, jewelry, dolls, specialty foods and home decor. They are so large in fact, they have a Make-UR-Bear Factory complete with outfits and accessories inside the store.
Customers seeking to commemorate their Smoky mountain vacation are in luck. Three Bears General Store features to over 555 Great Smoky Mountain souvenirs. In addition to gift items and memorabilia customers should make sure to sample some of the homemade Amish jams and jellies, as well as the “moonshine water” and handmade fudge.
Three Bears General Store has become a destination for families because it’s not just about the shopping. Three Bears General Store also has a family-sized arcade packed full of fun, their very own 7 scene Ol’ Tyme Photo studio, some real life motorcycles like Harleys-the kids can jump on for a photo opt and a relaxing” Hillbilly” porch where customers are invited to relax and “sit a spell.”
One of the biggest draws, evident in the stores name, is the live bear habitat onsite. Visitors can see and feed our five live bears.
Make a visit to the Three Bears General Store a must on your vacation where you and your family will experience the best in Southern hospitality At Three Bears General Store, it’s not just about the shopping, but about creating a memorable Great Smoky Mountain experience.
Gold N Memories Jewelry
Gold N Memories is a truly exceptional jewelry store. This jewelry store specializes in custom sports jewelry. Furthermore they also carry a wide selection of spiritual jewelry, charms, chains and even “Fabulous Firefly Diamond” collection.
Every piece of jewelry is personally handcrafted by in store jewelry craftsman Larry. As noted on their website, “Larry has a tried and true process for each and every piece of original jewelry that he creates. Whether he is refilling the stock on current designs, creating new pieces, or working custom jewelry requests, the process stays the same. He handles each piece an astounding 18 times before it is completed.”
International Flair Jewelry
International Flair Jewelry prides itself in featuring the best in unique, elegant, and eclectic jewelry. With two locations in both Knoxville and Pigeon Forge the popularity of this jewelry store is evident.
The original store was established in Knoxville in 1997 by owner, Uri Freijanes, who is a second generation jeweler with over twenty years of experience in the jewelry industry. Uri pursued her passion and received a degree in 1992 from GIA (Gemological Institute of America). Located in California, this institute is one of only a few located around the world.
As noted on their website, “International flair Jewelers reflects the same magnificent diversity with the jewelry that she has so carefully selected from designers located around the world; hence, the name of her fashionable jewelry boutique. Designers include Pandora from Denmark, Tahizea from Tahiti, Kameleon from Canada, Druzy from Turkey, original amber designers from Scandinavia, Cydonia and Cruslu from the USA, plus many more.”
In addition to featuring world-renowned designer jewelry, International Flair Jewelry offers jewelry repair and refurbishing, custom design to create customer’s “one-of-a-kind masterpiece,” jewelry appraisal and watch repair.
To put in an international twist into your accessories, visit International Flair Jewelry!
HOME DECOR & FURNISHINGS
Rocky Top Log Furniture
America’s largest provider of quality rustic furnishings, Rocky Top Log Furniture is a well-known leader in the in building hand-crafted log furniture industry. Just like the tough and sturdy real Rocky Top Mountain located in the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Rocky Top Log Furniture and Railing is durable, rustic and sturdy.
Rocky Top Log Furniture enjoys promoting the rustic beauty of nature through the craft creation of their furniture. Much like the surrounding beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains, Rocky Top Furniture carries the perfect furniture to live the country life and feel closer to nature with a wide selection of bedroom, dining, living room, office and outdoor furniture.
Rocky Top Log Furniture in Pigeon Forge This family owned and operated business prides itself on offering superior customer service. Every piece of furniture is custom made to customers specification. Choose which finishes and textures best fit your rustic decor. Rocky Top log furniture is made from Northern White Cedar, a sustainable wood that’s naturally rot and termite resistant. Combine that with Rocky Top’s lifetime warranty for structural integrity and your unique log furniture will add warmth to your earthy lifestyle for generations to come.
Lodge Cast Iron
A vital part of mountain life, cast iron skillets were fundamental in any outdoor cook camp or frontier kitchen. The tradition continues with Lodge Cast Iron. With two locations in both Pigeon Forge and Sevierville Lodge’s Factory Stores include everything in the Lodge brand as well as hundreds of kitchen and camp accessories.
The Lodge legacy of creating quality cast iron skillets and more began in 1896 with founder Joseph Lodge. Today Joseph Lodge’s great-grandsons, both the CEO and President of the company, continue to evolve their product line and improve manufacturing method, quality, technology, to improve Lodge Cast Iron products.
Lodge Cast Iron in Pigeon Forge Lodge’s factory stores grew out of this evolution and expansion of the Lodge Cast Iron Company. The original factory stores grew out of this initial growth when transitioned to a new type of molding process, needed to sell pieces that had small cosmetic defects. As described on their website, “Over the years the factory stores have multiplied and evolved beyond pallets of factory seconds, to destination stores that include everything in the Lodge brand as well as hundreds of kitchen and camp accessories. We invite you to experience the Lodge brand at its fullest and learn from our “seasoned” staff, or just come by and share your cast iron stories.”
KDC Country Village
Offering an incredible selection of country and primitive home decor, KDC Country Village offers everything you need to make your home cozy, comfortable, and inviting.
KDC Country Village in Pigeon Forge KDC Country Village features, quilted bedding, kitchen decor, bath decor & accessories, rugs, window treatments and lots of beautiful lighting, florals and home accents. Their home decor ranges from rustic kitchen sheik to mountain cozy. With warm and wise wall art with country setting and says to, signs and sayings that will remind you, you’re home. The incredible quilted bedding collection offers an impressive variety of patterns, fabrics, designs complete with pillows, quilts, shams, bed skirts and more. To make those rooms complete KDC Country Village carries just the right selection of country curtains, in all designs and patterns, and lighting to illuminate your home.
Additionally, KDC Village sales the perfect accent furniture pieces that make a room glow with items such as side tables, cupboards, mirrors, shelves and more. KDC Country Village also provides exceptional gifts, such as, Personalized Children’s Books, Decorative Pillows, Quilted Handbags and Tartburners.
To put the country and cozy into your home visit KDC Country village.
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES/ FLEA MARKETS
Yesterdays Antiques and Collectables
This popular antiques store is housed in an old farmhouse off of Wears Valley Road. Easy to find in the white clapboard farmhouse, Yesterdays Antiques and Collectables features a farmyard with an old-timey wagon out front. Yesterdays offers a wealth of treasures, hidden gems, historic finds and much more for the most serious of antique hunters.
Yesterdays Antiques and Collectables in Pigeon Forge Yesterdays Antiques and Collectables features fine pottery-including Blue Ridge and Fiesta; glass including Fenton, Fostoria and Depression Glass; also, jewelry, vintage linens, lamps, toys, books and much more.
Owner Gerogia J. Scott and her husband moved to Pigeon Forge after their retirement specifically to open this store. They are proud to have been in business now over fifteen years.
Customers continue to be impressed by the variety of their inventory with numerous comments about the fresh, authentic, quality antiques and collectibles that Yesterdays continues to offer.
PIGEON FORGE MALLS AND SHOPPING CENTERS
The Island in Pigeon Forge
This modern shopping center, located in the heart of Pigeon Forge, has everything you need for a complete shopping excursion. With a fantastic variety of boutique and specialty shops, the shopaholic is sure to be delighted. Make a pit stop at the Monogram Boutique to have your favorite travel gear embossed. Or pick a perfect hat for a sunny summer day at the Key West Hat Company. If you want to try games and more check out The Toychest Company.
The Island in Pigeon Forge After you shop till you drop sit back and enjoy a fabulous meal at one of the Island’s premiere restaurants such as the Mellow Mushroom, Dick’s Last Resort or the Island’s newest addition, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. Or if a coffee or sweet treat is more your style, check out Margaritaville Coffee, Create-a-Cone or The Island Creamery just to name a few.
There’s still more fun to be had after a meal or snack. While at the Island be sure to check out Arcade City for some gaming fun or reminisce on the Flying Horse Carousel or finish out your retail rally at the Mirror Maze with some twisted fun.
THE OLD MILL SQUARE
Old Mill Square is a family shopping, dining, and historic destination. Known for their sweet Smoky Mountain Hospitality, Old Mill Square has everything guests need to shop, replenish, and rejoice.
The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge This destination vacation spot is known for its dining, shopping and Smoky Mountain hospitality. Not only is it a shopping and dining experience, guests have the incredible opportunity to visit the historic “Old Mill”. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and just as in the 19th century. The water-powered grist mill onsite was once the center of activity for area mountain folk. Not only did the grist meal provide meals and flours that were crucial for the day-to-day existence of the Smokies’ early settlers. In fact, The Old Mill even furnished electricity for the town until 1935.
Between shopping and eating sprints visiting the Old Mill is a must. The Old Mill’s most distinctive features is the giant water wheel that harnesses the flow of the Little Pigeon River. Inside the structure, an antiquated yet reliable system of shafts, belts, and pulleys still gets the job done, working to turn the 4600-pound stones and grain elevators.
The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge Products ground at The Old Mill are used in many of the dishes at The Old Mill Restaurant including biscuits, corn bread, pancakes, hush puppies, muffins and grits. We also use our own grains for the homemade artisan style breads that are prepared each day at The Old Mill Pottery House Cafe & Grille.
After shopping in the traditional, The Old Mill General Store to pick up items from that old country store feel, cornmeal, grits, and mix for fritters like you were served for breakfast. Shoppers can head over to The Old Mill Pigeon River Pottery to discover and buy those one-of-a-kind, beautifully glazed, functional pieces made by their Master Potter. Then shoppers can move onto the Old Mill Farmhouse Kitchen to select products that can help bring the Old Mill style home to your home and kitchen, and finally shoppers mustn’t forget to visit Sassafras for distinctive fashion and jewelry.
If this has helped you work up an appetite be sure to enjoy a hearty Southern meal, served family-style, at The Old Mill Restaurant by the river and the historic mill or for lighter fare visit The Old Mill Pottery House Café & Grille serves steaks to fried chicken, soups, salads, sandwiches, and homemade bakery bread and desserts. The Old Mill Creamery and The Old Mill Candy Kitchen offer old-fashioned, homemade sweets.
OUTLET MALLS PF
The Shops at Pigeon Forge
The Shops of Pigeon Forge began as the first Tanger Outlet Center in The Great Smoky Mountains area in 1989. Though the name has changed, this shopping center is still a bargain hunter’s dream. This original center for bargain shopping still features the best in quality and name brand merchandise.
Since its inception, The Shops of Pigeon has grown and continues to be a shopping staple for all who return each year to visit the scenic Smoky Mountains. This shopping center features covered sidewalks and a garden patio area and clean restroom area.
- American Oldies Theater – (865) 453-0833
- American Patriot Getaways – (865) 774-5545
- Atop Ole Smokies Cabin Rental – 866-677-1933
- BT Nails – (865) 774-3300
- Burlington Brands – (865) 453-4447
- Clothing World – (865) 428-5050
- Eddie Bauer – (865) 453-0468
- Kitchen Collection – (865) 453-8370
- Leggs Hanes Bali Playtex Outlet Store – (865) 428-1862
- Realty Executives – (865) 774-4307
- Reebok Outlet Stores – (865) 428-0618
- Sweet Repeats #2 – (865) 453-7075
The Stores at Walden’s Landing
This shopping and family fun destination has something for everyone. A full day of shopping, dining and adventure awaits, making Walden Landing more than just a strip mall, but instead a true vacation destination.
With name brand stores, specialty boutiques and specialty foods there is something for everyone in the family.
After perusing and shopping at the specialty stores families can putt to their hearts delight at Firehouse Golf and work up an appetite. After some retail therapy and a game of mini golf, families can dine in one of several local restaurants, most notably the delicious Calhoun’s and Smoky Mountain Brewery. Guests can cap off the night by catching a flick at The Forge Cinames.
Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall
You can’t miss this mega saving center because of the bright red roof that covers this mega outlet center. for those who consider shopping a sport, this outlet will keep you running. The Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet mall covers almost 200,000 square feet.
Established in the 1980s The Pigeon Forge Outlet was one of the original outlet malls in the area. This destination outlet mall is enough to occupy any bargain shopper for an entire day or more.
“With its centralized location and surrounding attractions, amazing outlet shops that offer unbelievable bargains and ample parking; The Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall can provide the most convenient shopping experience in the Smokey’s.
Our stores offer a variety of products and factory outlet experiences. From designer brands to one of a kind hand crafted gifts to books and furniture, we have it all for low prices you can’t beat.”
CURRENT STORES INCLUDE:
- Big Dog Sportswear – (865)428-6832
- Wallet Works- (865)428-2544
- Handbag Superstore – (865)774-5968
- Osh Kosh – (865)453-8672
- Carter’s Childrenswear – (865)428-3253
- Corningware Corelle Revere – (865)453-6592
- Angels Dolls and Gifts – (865)908-3688
- Handbag Superstore – (865)774-5968
- L’Eggs Hanes Bali Playtex – (865)428-3091
OTHER PIGEON FORGE OUTLETS INCLUDE:
- Belz Factory Outlet World
- River View Factory Outlets
- River Vista Factory Stores
CLOTHING APPAREL & ACCESSORIES
Honey Suckle Rose Boutique
Honeysuckle Rose is nestled in a serene valley known as Wears Cove and running parallel to the mist shrouded Great Smoky Mountains in a quiet farming community called Wears Valley. Wears Valley is a popular tourist destination that offers visitors a quiet escape from Pigeon Forge, as well as an easy access to the great Smoky Mountains National Park and specifically Cades Cove and other popular attractions.
Honey Suckle Rose Boutique in Sevierville Honeysuckle Rose boutique is located in a quieter former single family home known as a rancher home. With six rooms filled from floor to ceiling with carefully selected gifts that you can’t find elsewhere. The house was built in the early 60s, and it has maintained its existence as much as possible.
This specialty boutique offers a large selection of gourmet products, designed to transform those ordinary special events, family gathering or outdoor occasions in to truly, extra-ordinary events that people will talk about for a long time after. In addition Honeysuckle Rose carries an extensive line of home decor items, that reflect the seasons.
Shoppers can also delight in a wide selection of women jewelry and accessories, hand crafted candles and soaps, and great gift for that special guy in your life. Not to mention they have a great selection of baby gifts, kitchen products, cards etc.
Honey Suckle Rose Boutique in Sevierville Honeysuckle Rose Boutique is truly the perfect place to shop for those people in your life that seem impossible to shop for. Run by a brother and sister team that offer that “extraordinary” customer service, quality products and want to create a great shopping experience and a lifetime of memories for all customers.
SPECIALTY SHOPS & BOUTIQUES
Amish Creations and Country Market
For handcrafted, and American made, Amish Creations and Country Market offers unique and all natural gifts perfect for any visitor or local wishing to find something extra special.
As stated on their website, “Amish Creations has been a family owned and operated business for over 20 years. Our store carries a wide variety of canned jams, jellies, butters and vegetables. We have Amish butter & a large selection of cheeses. Also, locally made baked goods & honey. We carry baking supplies such as Whole wheat flour, spices, pie fillings, mixes and more. Amish and Mennonite cookbooks as well as country and primitive decor for your home.”
Amish Creations and Country Market’s select skincare line includes a select array of handmade soaps with all natural ingredients. Different soap combinations include: Goat Milk, White Tea & Ginger to Juniper Honey, Rosemary, Vanilla and many more.
The “Cooks Corner” of this fine establishment offers local crated wooden spoons, honey dippers and cookbook favorites.
Those seeking to rejuvenate a relationship or create a romantic atmosphere, Amish Creations and Country carries beautiful, hand crafted candle.
In addition customers will delighted to find a large array of indoor home decor, wall art, scents, handmade cedar chests and rugs, doormats and much more.
GIFT SHOPS & SOUVENIRS
Moonshine Ridge Country Store and Cafe
This old fashioned country store will take you back in time. Located between Wears Valley and Pigeon Forge, Moonshine Ridge Country Store and Cafe offers a wealth of gifts, home decor, sundries, specialist foods, fudge and more.
Sample some of the delicious homemade fudge or indulge your sweet tooth with a selection of your favorite old-fashioned candy favorites. Other good finds here include collectibles, home decor, and antiques. They also feature a large selection of locally made pickles, jam, and BBQ sauces.
Moonshine Ridge Country Store and Cafe in Sevierville Moonshine Ridge is more than just a shopping trip visitors to Moonshine Ridge Country Store don’t want to miss the chance to experience the moonshine and Civil War exhibits. Guest can see and experience what a real still looked like and how it functioned. (Don’t forget to sample Moonshine Ridge’s delicious homemade Smoky Mountain moonshine jelly), Civil War buffs will also really enjoy the historic exhibit featuring authentic Civil War era uniforms, knives, and weapons.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES
Flat Creek Village
Flat Creek Village isn’t just an antique store, it’s an afternoon on the farm, reminiscing days of yore. Established in 2001, Flat Creek Village is a full day of bargain hunter, treasure searching, leisurely walks and lots of fun perusing antiques, collectables, and fine crafts made by local artisans.
This is literally a village of antiques, collectables, country crafts and other numerous treasures. Guests can leisurely stroll the farm yard and meander among vintage farm equipment and collectibles from days of yore and then visit one of over 30 shops, housed in uniquely decorated buildings. This is such an all-day excursion, you can even bring a picnic and dine among these ancient treasures in between shopping.
The Great Smoky Mountains Flea Market
This famous flea market draws visitors from near and far. It’s one of the biggest Flea Markets in the state of Tennessee. This mammoth market has vendors featuring all kinds of finds, treasures, antiques, collectables and at fantastic deals. Opened in 1990,The Great Smoky Mountain Flea Market is now in it’s 25th year. This has been such a popular flea market that additional property has been added, a pizzeria, several restrooms, and more square footage, an additional building, outside pavilions, paved parking over the years. This gigantic flea market even now includes Wi-Fi.
The Great Smoky Mountain Flea Market started out with 240 vendors and restroom and today it boasts over 1000 inside/outside rotating vendors and 200,000 square feet under one roof including 100,000 with heat and air approximately 1.5 million people shop their each year.
This Flea Market has more than the mind could even conjure with items that include: Décor, furniture, antiques, tools, sporting equipment, beauty supplies, groceries, clothing, wigs, traditional & unique jewelry, collectables, toys, unique gift items, art & crafts, leather goods, handbags, jackets, automotive supplies, cleaning gadgets and widgets, truly a bit of everything.
Riverside Antiques and Collectables
Riverside Collectables is an antique, collectables and historic artifact wonderland. They feature an impressive selection of authentic Neolithic artifacts, collectable pocket knives, electronics, display frames and much, much more.
Owner John M. Parker Sr., has been involved in the Indian Artifact field for over fifty years as a buyer, seller, collector and trader. John’s extensive knowledge in a wide variety of areas in the Indian Artifact industry as well, as the collectable knife industry, add a special element to this store that customers can’t find at other antique shops.
Better than visiting a museum, collectors, and treasure hunters will revel in the impressive collection of artifacts at Riverside Antiques and Collectables
MALLS AND SHOPPING CENTERS
Tanger Outlets have made a name for themselves across the country. With an incredible selection of name brand shops, this should be a first stop for bargain hunters who love brand names.
The Sevierville Tanger Outlets are a huge draw for visitors, locals, and people who come to town just to shop at this outlet.
Shoppers at Tanger Outlets are able to find incredible bargains because they are purchasing directly from the manufacturer (and avoiding the middleman). Therefore, brand name merchandise can be purchased at 30%-70% below retail prices every day at Tanger Outlets.
With an incredible selection of discounted brand names what is not to find at this place? Some of the most popular stores include: Fossil, J.Crew Factory, Merrill, Coach, Gap Outlet, and many, many more.
A COMPLETE LISTING OF ANTIQUE SHOPS IN THE AREA:
1805 Winfield Dunn Pkwy Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 429-2770
Flea Traders Paradise Mall and Flea Market
1907 Winfield Dunn Pkwy Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 429-2716
Anita’s Antiques & Art
213 East Macon Lane Seymour, TN 37865
Phone: (865) 712-8252
Estate Antiques & Collectibles
2514 Winfield Dunn Parkway Kodak, TN 37764
Phone: (865) 465-7871
Action Antique Mall
2189 Winfield Dunn Pkwy Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 453-0052
Memory Lane Antique Mall
1838 Winfield Dunn Pkwy Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 428-0536
Dumplin Valley Traders
340 W Dumplin Valley Road Kodak, TN 37764
Phone: (865) 932-7713
Country Bottle Shop
1605 Winfield Dunn Parkway# 3 Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 429-8147
Your Team Cards & Collectibles
520 Reagan Drive # 1 Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Phone: (865) 436-2050
Home & Sports Collectibles
611 Parkway # E1 Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Phone: (865) 430-2231
Burchs Future Antiques
2305 Red Bank Road Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 774-8749
Mountain Girls Primitives
204 Glades Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Phone: (865) 430-2141
Tudor House Antq & Cllctbls
1417 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 428-4400
Action Antique & Collectibles
2189 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN 37876
Phone: (865) 453-0052
3152 Parkway # 10 Pigeon Forge, TN
Phone: (865) 429-3373
1824 Waldens Creek Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 453-2388
612 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Phone: (865) 436-0170
Wears Valley Antiques & Crafts
3234 Wears Valley Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 366-0060
Shields Merchantile & Emporium
926 Center View Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 774-8009
250 Ingle Hollow Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 453-8277
Olden Days Antiques & Cllctbls
1846 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 429-4398
Memory Lane Antique Mall
1838 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 428-0536
Marquettes Antq & Collectibles
1250 Powder Springs Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 429-4932
French Broad Valley Traders
939 River Road Kodak, TN
Phone: (865) 933-5997
Deja Vu Antiques-Collectibles
2225 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN
Phone: (865) 365-1516
805 Hodges Lane Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 428-4466
1441 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 429-1791
2570 Goose Gap Road Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 908-2631
S & G Comics & Collectibles
464 Forks Of The River Parkway Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 908-8346
Smokey Mountain Sports Card
1725 Waldens Creek Road # 103 Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 774-5676
228 Collier Drive Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 428-2945
Specialties Unlimited Inc
PO Box 1210 Seymour, TN
Phone: (865) 577-3433
D & E Coins & Collectibles
220 W Dumplin Valley Road Kodak, TN
Phone: (865) 660-7434
1893 Country Meadows Drive # 2 Sevierville, TN
Phone: (865) 428-383