Things to do in Gatlinburg
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self Driving Tour
Explore Great Smoky Mountains National Park and discover why it’s the most visited National Park in the country! Tour these famous mountains while learning about Cherokee history & legends, Appalachian life, and much more. We’ll point you to all the best spots to take in the timeless wonders of the mountains. There’s no better way to see Clingman’s Dome, Cades Cove, or Rainbow Falls! Recommended: Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Here's how it works: Within 30 mins, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter the password, and download the tour. When you arrive, go to the first stop, launch the app, and follow the instructions! Stick to our recommended route and speed limit for the best experience. NO EXPIRATION — THE TOUR IS AVAILABLE FROM THE MINUTE YOU BOOK UNTIL FOREVER! THIS IS NOT AN ENTRANCE TICKET TO ATTRACTIONS ALONG THE ROUTE. CHECK PANDEMIC RULES AND OPENING HOURS BEFORE YOUR VISIT.
Fun City Scavenger Hunt in Gatlinburg by Crazy Dash
Crazy Dash scavenger hunt of Gatlinburg, takes you on an adventurous walk around the city. To play Crazy Dash, you'll use an app to collect points by finding items around the city using an app on your phone. You can also perform challenges to gain points. Check out the rankings in the app when you're done to see your score compared to other teams across the nation. All our Scavenger hunts have a live remote host to help along the way. Come out and explore with us in Gatlinburg.
Explore Gatlinburg with a Unique Scavenger Hunt by Wacky Walks
Explore Gatlinburg with Wacky Walks! Our scavenger takes you around the city to find items and perform tasks for points. You'll use an app on your phone that will allow you to collect points! Check the rankings during and after you play to see your score and compare it to others. All our Scavenger hunts have a live remote host to help along the way. Come out and explore with us in Gatlinburg.
Gatlinburg City Scavenger Hunt Excursion by Operation City Quest
Operation City Quest of Gatlinburg is a great way to see the city! Use an app to submit photos of items you find around the city and challenges you complete for points. The items and challenges can be completed in any order you prefer! See your score on the app leaderboard to see how you compare. The scavenger hunt includes a remote host to help via chat along the way. Come discover Gatlinburg.
Fun City Scavenger Hunt in Gatlinburg by Zombie Scavengers
Use an app to survive a zombie apocalypse in Gatlinburg . In Zombie Scavengers, explore the city however you'd like to search for items needed to survive a zombie apocalypse. You'll get points for finding these items. You can also do some zombie themed challenges for points on the app as well. Strategize in order to get the most points and survive the apocalypse. Your remote host will be there for you via chat if you need anything. Can you survive the apocalypse in Gatlinburg?
Gatlinburg Ghost Tour
Take the Gatlinburg Haunts tour for a guided look into the dark woody corners of this mountain town. Home to cannibals and family feuds that go back generations, and a healthy tradition of witchcraft. See where the ghosts of today and the past walk these streets, searching for the peace they were unable to find in this peculiar corner of Tennessee.
Impossibilities Magic Show at the Iris Theater Ticket
The IRIS Theater located in the lobby of the historic Gatlinburg Space Needle, is host to Gatlinburg's Hottest New Show, Impossibilities-An Evening of Magic, Mindreading and Mayhem! Stop by for a magical performance hosted by Master Mentalist and Magician Erik Dobell as he presents a night of stunning magic, reality shattering mind-reading, and hilarious mayhem. Erik Dobell has performed his show in venues all over the world. Now, he brings his critically-acclaimed magic show Impossibilities to Gatlinburg. Guarantee admission to this popular show by reserving your ticket today.
Ghost and Haunt Tour of Gatlinburg
Walk the back roads of Gatlinburg and learn about its haunted history and folklore on this nighttime tour. With a guide, you'll learn how you, too, can capture paranormal photos. Use ghost-hunting equipment like you see on tv to potentially communicate with ghosts along the way. The tour is an outdoor walking tour as such there is plenty of room for social distancing and masks are optional, It is wheelchair and stroller accessible and service animals are allowed. Unfortunately, due to the late completion time, the Trollys don’t run that late but we do offer free parking and of course, taxis and Uber, Lyft are available. The walk is about one mile all on flat paved ground spread out over 2 hours with lots of stops so a messy relaxing walk but no places to sit or restrooms are available during the tour. This is not a private tour groups can be as large as the upper 20’s in the busiest times but average in the high teens to low 20’s.
Top Rated Wine and Shine Walking Tour
Check out our reviews! This is an experience not offered like any other and cannot be experienced the same way on your own. Visit multiple distilleries...not just one! We created this tour to share our passion of local (SMALL BUSINESS) moonshine and wine locations! People love this tour because you will be visiting as friends! From private VIP backstage to sampling, its all included! I will be showing you real life working stills and getting behind the scenes where people can't go. You will be treated as VIP guests at all the locations we visit. During our walk we will have a couple of stopping points where we will go over the fun (NOT DRY) history and tidbits of moonshine and of course talk about "how the old-timers did it". This tour will be action packed for the full 3 hours you are with me with the goal of trying different wines and over 15 different flavors of all proofs and even a moonshine cocktail!
Explore a Simpler Time Smoky Mountain Tour
**All participants will be required to wear a mask for any instances where close contact cannot be avoided. Please bring your own masks and hand sanitizer. You will also be asked to sign an acknowledgement of risks and report any illness within 14 days of tour.** This tour meets in the first parking lot in the Greenbrier section of the Smokies. Please follow directions below as GPS is not accurate. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park contains the largest collection of human artifacts of any park in the country. Travel back to a bygone era as we visit an old settler cabin, barn, and cemetery. This tour is lead by a highly trained and skilled professional naturalist guide who is passionate and knowledgeable about the Smokies. For your safety and peace of mind, your guides are certified as Wilderness First Responders and in non lethal bear aversion techniques.
Hidden Cascade Hiking Tour in Great Smoky Mountains from Gatlinburg
**All participants will be required to wear a mask for any instances where close contact cannot be avoided. Please bring your own masks and hand sanitizer. You will also be asked to sign an acknowledgement of risks and report any illness within 14 days of tour.** The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is known for its incredible diversity of flora and fauna, rich cultural history, cascading waterfalls and stunning views. On this 4-hour guided hike, you get it all and with a small group maximum of 11 participants, avoiding the large crowds. This hike is for the adventurous at heart as it does have some strenuous climbing and descending on the trail as well as rock hopping across the creeks. For your safety and peace of mind, all guides are certified as Wilderness First Responders and non-lethal bear aversion techniques. Choose from one of two departure times when you book.
Thundering Streams and Falls of the Smokies Guided Hiking Tour
**All participants will be required to wear a mask for any instances where close contact cannot be avoided and in any Park building. Please bring your own masks and hand sanitizer. You will also be asked to sign an acknowledgement of risks and report any illness within 14 days of tour.** With 3100 miles of streams in the Smokies, there are thousands of beautiful stretches of white water. Adventure awaits as you explore the magic of pristine cascades and waterfalls on a little known trail. We'll warm up on a more popular trail, pausing to enjoy smaller cascades before turning onto a less traveled section of the Park. In the winter, we'll enjoy beautiful glimpses of the surrounding mountains, during the spring we'll pause to enjoy our famous wildflower display, summer brings refreshing swimming holes and in autumn the beauty of changing leaves. This hike is considered moderately adventurous as we gain elevation, climb over downed trees and get our feet wet.
Old Growth Forest Cascade
***All participants will be required to wear a mask during any instances where you will be in close contact with others. You will also be asked to sign an acknowledgement of risks and report any illness within 14 days of tour.***(Please follow driving directions. GPS is not accurate) Encounter two very different types of trails in one on this adventure. First, old roadbed alongside a gorgeous mountain river, surrounded by moss covered boulders. Later, the path narrows and becomes steep in places, but well worth the effort. Pause in the presence of giant trees on the way to the highest and most beautiful waterfall in the Park. Difficulty: Strenuous This tour is lead by a highly trained and skilled professional naturalist guide who is passionate and knowledgeable about the Smokies. For your safety and peace of mind, your guides are certified as Wilderness First Responders and in non lethal bear aversion techniques.