Enjoy your time in the Smokies with some delicious wine, museums, and fun shopping experiences! Check out the blog below for some of the best places to find antiques in the area.
Blast to the Past
While visiting a new city, shopping is always a must! But so is hunting for the vintage deals and taking a walk through the history of Tennessee. All alongside Pigeon Forge and Sevierville are plenty of antique shops and flea markets, where you can find some pretty cool stuff!
- The Village Antique & Home Décor Mall
- Memory Lane Antique Mall
- Action Barn Antiques
- Bears Valley Antiques
- Heartland Antiques & Collectables
- Great Smokies Flea Market
- Antique Castle
And so many more! In the Sevierville/Pigeon Forge area there are over 20 locations for you to go antiquing at!
Pigeon Forge is filled with all sorts of attractions, but if you’re interested in visiting some places filled with a bit of history, then we’ve got the museums for you! First, the Floyd Garrett’s Muscle Car Museum is for anybody that enjoys everything retro including muscle cars and seeing a collection of how styles change over time.
Then, of course you can’t think of Tennessee without having Dolly Parton pop up in your mind. While Dollywood is one of the most popular attractions in Tennessee, there’s also her very own museum! It’s located in Adventures in Imagination and it is all about Dolly! The Chasing Rainbows Museum has interactive activities, memorabilia, and pictures documenting Dolly’s life and career.
Finally, we’re guessing you are also looking for a one-of-a-kind experience? In Gatlinburg, there’s the Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum. It’s filled with shakers wall to wall from all throughout the decades. Come see this amazing collection for yourself.
Drinking Wine = History Lesson
Exploring all around town doesn’t always have to include museums and history tours, it can involve something a bit tastier! The Rocky Top Wineries offer a VIP Wine Tour that not only lets you sample award-winning wine from three of our locations, but also lets you learn a bit about old style wine making in Tennessee. One winery even has a few antiques for viewing including a 150 year old wine press still in use today! Be sure to book your tickets today and experience great Tennessee wine for yourself!