1. Gatlinburg SkyLift Park
One of the benefits of vacationing in Gatlinburg is getting to soak in the gorgeous scenery of the mountains. There are plenty of mountaintop attractions that provide unique views that you don't want to miss, including theGatlinburg SkyLift Park! Your adventure will begin with a ride on the famous four-season scenic chairlift, the first of its kind in the South. Once at the top of Crockett Mountain, your group can hang out on the SkyDeck with a drink or walk across the iconic Gatlinburg SkyBridge! Be sure to hang out until after the sun goes down to experience an incredible Smoky Mountain sunset from the top deck of the SkyCenter.
2. Ole Smoky MoonshineAt Ole Smoky Moonshine, you and your friends can sample a variety of moonshine flavors that are sure to leave your taste buds tingling. The Holler is America's most visited distillery, and you can book a tour for your friends and family to see how the famous moonshine is made. You will then be given the opportunity to cheers with a glass of famous Tennessee moonshine and see for yourself why it is so popular. After sampling some of the best moonshine in the Smokies, you will want to purchase a jar, or two, to take back home! Don't miss these other distilleries and wineries in Gatlinburg!
3. Visit the Arts & Crafts Community
Do you love looking at artwork? The Great Smoky Arts & Craft Community is the largest independent organization of artisans in the United States! In the community, you will find an 8 mile loop where you can view and purchase artwork from over 100 artists and craftsmen from around the world. You will find all sorts of mind-blowing creations, including paintings, ceramics, stuffed animals, and much more! While you are viewing the art, be sure to stop by one of the restaurants to grab a bite to eat. The community is also one of the best Gatlinburg attractions to pick up Smoky Mountain souvenirs for everyone on your list because they have art and home decor for all tastes.