Anyone who has stayed in Sevierville during a Smoky Mountains vacation knows that you don’t have to be in Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg to find fun for the whole family. There are plenty of attractions in Sevierville, ensuring that you won't have to look far to discover good times.
For starters, the animal lovers in your family or group will appreciate destinations like RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo, located at the Governor's Crossing development. It's home to exotic creatures that hail from rainforest environments around the world. You'll find critters of a different sort at the Smoky Mountain Deer Farm and Exotic Petting Zoo, where you can not only view amazing animals of all kinds but you can also pet and feed many of them.
For fun of a more active nature, bounce on over to Sevier Air Trampoline and Ninja Warrior Park (also at Governor's Crossing) or take a true aerial ride courtesy of Scenic Helicopter Tours or Sky High Air Tours. Sevierville is also your best choice in the Smokies for outdoor adventure, with outfitters available to guide you on experiences ranging from ziplining, skydiving and whitewater rafting to horseback riding, ATV rides and paintball competition.
Sevierville attractions also include museums like Floyd Garrett's Muscle Car Museum, the Tennessee Museum of Aviation and The Relic Room, located at Smoky Mountain Knife Works. At The Relic Room, you can purchase actual historic artifacts and collectibles like meteorites, dinosaur bones and memorabilia from the Civil War and World War II.
And we've introduced you to just a few of the attractions in Sevierville. Don't forget about popular stops like the Dolly Parton statue at the Sevierville courthouse, Ripley's Old MacDonald's Farm Mini-Golf, Forbidden Caverns, NASCAR SpeedPark and East Tennessee's own minor league baseball team, the Tennessee Smokies, a AA affiliate of the Chicago Bears.