Amazing Sightseeing Areas
The Great Smoky Mountains region encompasses many beautiful locations, including the small, charming town of Gatlinburg and amazing sightseeing areas like Cades Cove.
From photo-worthy viewpoints to wildlife watching areas and historic sights, touring the Smoky Mountains from Gatlinburg is sure to be an exciting experience with something for everyone. Visit several popular and lesser known areas in the Smoky Mountains on a sightseeing tour!
Explore Gatlinburg & the Great Smoky Mountains
Stretching along the Tennessee-North Carolina border, the Great Smoky Mountains are a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains that boast incredible vistas, picturesque hiking trails, waterfalls and swimming holes and wildlife around every turn. Gatlinburg, like many towns nestled in or below the mountains, is an excellent starting point for a Smoky Mountains sightseeing tour, with fantastic dining, lodging and outdoor activities to satisfy every visitor. Whether you’ve never been to the Great Smoky Mountains or you just can’t get enough of the beloved blue peaks, a sightseeing tour helps you hit all the highlights in Gatlinburg and surrounding areas.
From downtown Pigeon Forge to Gatlinburg and beyond, learn the fascinating history of the area and discover lesser known sights and places to visit on your own. Understand who the prominent families of Gatlinburg were and how they gave the town its start. Visit the Rockefeller Memorial at the top of the mountain. Venture to Wears Valley and check out the interesting shops there – don’t miss a chance to sample local meats and fresh ingredients from the Sevierville region. Explore several other small communities and take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife sightings along the way.
Book your Gatlinburg sightseeing tour online today.