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Top-rated Shopping in the Smoky Mountains

​The Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina is a thriving vacation destination that grew up around Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Since the early 20th century towns such as Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and Gatlinburg, Tennessee as well as Maggie Valley, Cherokee, and Bryson City, North Carolina have been a vacation destination for visitors from around the world. 

Shopping in the Smoky Mountains is designed for bargain hunters, treasure hunters, and those who just want to window shop. You can fill your day of shopping in the Smokies at the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community, at an outlet mall, or strolling through one of several outdoor malls and shopping villages. Your choices for shopping in the Smokies includes arts and crafts, specialty shops and art galleries, boutiques, and souvenir shops. 

Your day of Shopping in Gatlinburg, Tennessee may begin at the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. Located along an 8-mile loop the arts and crafts community is made up of the largest group of independent artisans in North America. Since 1937 artists and crafters, have offered their original products to visitors of the Smoky Mountains. 

Shopping in Gatlinburg, Tennessee continues along the Parkway in downtown Gatlinburg where you will find quaint boutiques, souvenir shops, jewelry stores, outdoor stores, home decor boutiques, and much more! 

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Along the Parkway to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee your Smoky Mountains shopping experience takes off with hundreds of outlet stores and specialty shops that offer discount prices on name brand items of everything from clothing, jewelry and belts to home furnishings, camping gear and specialty foods. Shopping in Pigeon Forge offers some of the largest shopping venues in the world including the Belz Factory Outlet World with its 450,000 square-feet of shopping space.

Often overlooked by early visitors to the Smokies, Sevierville, Tennessee has grown into a shopping destination all its own with two of the largest outlet malls in the Smoky Mountains featuring over 120 name brand stores. Sevierville also offers shoppers, outdoor shops such as Bass Pro, and the largest scrapbook store in the U.S., Your Scrapbook Super-store. Shopping in the Smoky Mountains would not be complete without a day, or two, spent browsing and buying in the wide variety of specialty shops, antique shops, flea markets, and boutiques located in Sevierville. 

Across the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina your shopping experience continues....more
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