Category Archives: What to Do

The What to Do section of the Smoky Mountain Navigator Blog has information about attractions, dining, golf, shopping, tickets, and weddings in the Smokies.

Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium in Gatlinburg TN.

The Top 6 Museums in Gatlinburg TN and the Smoky Mountains

Visiting a museum is one of the best family vacation activities, especially on a rainy day! When you take a getaway in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, you will find a number of awesome museums in the area that are great for both kids and adults. To help you make the most of your next vacation, Smoky Mountain Navigator has put together a guide to the top six museums in Gatlinburg TN and the Smoky Mountains. We’ve also shared some money-saving coupons for all of the museums! Continue reading

Pigeon Forge Old Mill

4 Reasons to Visit The Old Mill Pottery House Cafe and Grille

The Old Mill Pottery House Cafe and Grille is often overlooked because many people don’t know how great it is! The main Old Mill Restaurant is incredibly popular with vacationers, but locals tend to love the Old Mill Cafe, especially for lunch. So, if you want to try them both, try The main Old Mill Restaurant for breakfast and stop by the Old Mill Pottery House Cafe and Grille for lunch or dinner! Here’s a few other reasons The Old Mill Pottery House Cafe and Grille is a great choice: Continue reading

4 tips for planning your Great Smoky Mountains National Park Spring vacation

4 Tips for Planning Your Great Smoky Mountains National Park Spring Vacation

If you’ve ever visited the Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg area, you’ve already witnessed the sheer splendor of the scenery provided by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Whether it’s the fiery fall colors, the sparkling slopes of winter, rushing waters during the spring thaw, or hillsides blanketed with wildflowers in summer, every season offers something special. Great Smoky Mountains National Park spring visitors will have the opportunity to witness everything from wildflowers in bloom to wildlife emerging as temperatures warm and the landscape lights up with new life. Continue reading