Gatlinburg, Tennessee's Artists and Craftsmen
The largest group of independent artisans in North America. This historic 8-mile loop has been designated
a Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail. Established in 1937, these artisans whittle, paint, sew, cast,
weave and carve to create original collectibles such as candles, baskets, quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry,
dolls, ceramics, scrimshaw, silver smithing, leather, stained glass, wearable fashions, fine photography,
frameable art, oils, watercolors, and also lodging, restaurants, cafés, tea room, soda fountain and candy
shops. Make plans to visit the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community.
To be sure, Tennessee's history is rich and diverse. Historic sites, trails, music, crafts and the arts paint a picture of a colorful state that has seen two centuries of statehood. And to showcase that rich
history, the Tennessee Heritage Trail has been developed by the State in order to highlight the cultural heritage of our people, and numerous Gatlinburg-area locations have been designated as integral
stops along the Trail.
       
Hand-made pottery, oak and willow baskets, watercolors, sculpture and lithographs. The History Trail pathway will allow you to discover the people and events that made Tennessee what it is today.
Visit the official Gatlinburg
Attractions website
SHOPS ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND!
WATCH THIS VIDEO ABOUT THE ARTS & CRAFTS COMMUNITY
Plenty of FREE parking at all the Shops, Studios, Galleries & Cafés
LOOK FOR THIS BROCHURE EVERYWHERE