Area Attractions
Mabry Hazen House
1711 Dandridge Avenue
Knoxville, TN
Mabry Hazen House, which is located on five acres atop Mabry Hill, includes the 4-acre Civil War "Bethel Cemetery," which contains the remains of approximately 1,670 Civil War soldiers, including Confederate soldiers from every southern state, 50 Union prisoners, and 50 unidentified Confederate soldiers. This stately, elegant home of the Victorian and Civil War periods showcases one of the largest collections of original artifacts including, china, silver, crystal, and antique furnishings. Built in 1858 and housing three generations of the same family from 1858-1987, the Mabry-Hazen House Museum served as headquarters for both the Union and Confederate troops.
Ripley's Aquarium
of the Smokies

88 River Road
Gatlinburg, TN
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies has the world's longest underwater aquarium tunnel. The clear acrylic tunnel is submerged in a million gallons of water, and guests are transported through it along a 340-foot moving walkway. You'll find yourself safely surrounded by most of the aquarium's residents as they swim all around you, seemingly close enough to touch.

Ripley's Haunted

908 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN

The original Grimsby and Streaper Casket Company was constructed in 1891. It was built over a cave that the locals called The Sink. The locals never went there, it was said that anyone who ventured into The Sink was driven mad...or was never seen again. In 1999 Ripley's acquired the property and demolished the buildings that had been built in front of it. Until further notice, Ripley's will be conducting tours of the old factory, pending a decision on how to further develop this valuable location.

Sweet Fanny
Adams Theatre

416 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre are Gatlinburg´s top entertainment attraction and oldest purveyor of professional, live-on-stage, original musical comedies, outrageous humor and hilarious fun. The unique format used at our theater hearkens back to the old Music Halls of the 1890s. Our own Trance is among their talented crew.

Tennessee Theatre
604 S. Gay Street
Knoxville, TN

The Tennessee Theatre is one of the few great movie palaces from the Roaring Twenties still in operation. Opening its doors on October 1, 1928, the Tennessee made kings and queens of all who entered its lavish interior. After all, the idea of the movie palace was to create a fantasy land, a place where people could go to forget the outside world and its troubles -- at least while they were inside the castle on Gay Street. Today they offer classical music, vintage films, dance, theater, and live music.