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  • Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival – December 11th through 14th
    by Hometown Sevier on November 22, 2019 at 1:55 pm

    The Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival is taking place at the Evergreen Smoky Mountain Lodge and Convention Center on December 11th through 14th. For more info and to reserve your tickets, please visit their website at: https://bluegrasschristmasinsmokies.com/ The post Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival – December 11th through 14th appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • Renowned Investigative Crime Journalist Shane Waters to Speak at Alcatraz East Crime Museum
    by Hometown Sevier on November 21, 2019 at 5:35 pm

    PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (November 21, 2019) – It was 50 years ago this month that Sister Cathy Cesnik disappeared. While her body was discovered a couple of months later in January, her murder remains a mystery to this day, and has since become the basis for the Netflix series “The Keepers.” Shane Waters, crime journalist and […] The post Renowned Investigative Crime Journalist Shane Waters to Speak at Alcatraz East Crime Museum appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • Smoky Mountain Winterfest Celebrates its 30th year!
    by Hometown Sevier on November 4, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    GATLINBURG, PIGEON FORGE, SEVIERVILLE AND SEVIER COUNTY CELEBRATE 30 YEARS OF WINTER FAMILY FUN Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Sevier County mark 30 years of Smoky Mountain Winterfest this November 2019!  Winterfest is a heartwarming celebration of enchanting light displays, unique shopping, award-winning shows, family attractions, winter adventure and the beauty of the Great Smoky […] The post Smoky Mountain Winterfest Celebrates its 30th year! appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • Pathways Opens “The Hangar” for Sevier County Youth in Grades 6-12
    by Hometown Sevier on October 18, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Pathways Church has officially opened “The Hangar”, a modern and safe meeting place for Sevier County youth in grades 6-12, with a special Ribbon Cutting ceremony at 4pm this afternoon (October 18th). Featuring a sanctuary for messages and worship, affordable food and drink offerings, an indoor half basketball court, TVs outfitted with today’s latest video […] The post Pathways Opens “The Hangar” for Sevier County Youth in Grades 6-12 appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • WonderWorks Debuts Wonder of Magic Halloween Spooktacular Show
    by Hometown Sevier on October 3, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee – (October 1, 2019) – WonderWorks is known for entertaining the whole family all year long, but they are setting out to give people a spooky treat this fall. Their ongoing family friendly magic show will be transformed for the season, becoming the “Wonders of Magic Halloween Spooktacular.” The show will run from […] The post WonderWorks Debuts Wonder of Magic Halloween Spooktacular Show appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]


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  • Where are the Best Places to See Niagara Falls?
    by Talena McNeely on November 26, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    One of the most beautiful, recognized natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls borders New York and Toronto, Ontario in Canada. Visited by millions each year, it’s worth the trip to see the Falls in person. But where is the best vantage point? Well, Niagara Falls State Park encompasses multiple lookout areas for visitors to gain the best views from various angles. Additionally, there are areas outside of the park that enable guests to capture a fantastic bird’s eye view as well. Read below to discover the best places to see Niagara Falls. 1) Skylon Tower One of the best places to see Niagara Falls involves heading to the top of Skylon Tower. Guests take a 52-second trip to the top of the tower to gain sweeping bird’s eye views of the Falls from 775 feet above. Once you reach the Observation Deck, you can experience both an indoor deck and outdoor deck that provide unique views of the gorgeous Falls, the Great Gorge, the Niagara wine district, and the city skylines of both Toronto and Buffalo. Furthermore, you can see the Falls illuminated at night as well as seasonal fireworks displays. Note that if you dine here, you can visit the decks for free. 2) Observation Tower Enabling visitors to see each of the Falls, the views from the Observation Tower capture their beauty and strength. Jutting out beyond the Falls’ ravines, the tower stands at 282 feet high. Providing the only panoramic view of the three falls, you don’t want to miss out on the one of the best places to see Niagara Falls in all of its glory. Furthermore, the elevators at the tower give access to the boarding site for the Maid of the Mist boat tour. Also, visitors can go to the base of the gorge … The post Where are the Best Places to See Niagara Falls? appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Williamsburg, VA
    by Ashley on November 25, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    Ready to ring in the New Year in America's Historic Triangle? Take a look at what's planned for New Year's Eve Celebrations in Williamsburg, VA. The post New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Williamsburg, VA appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • Where to See Santa in Pigeon Forge
    by Ashley on November 25, 2019 at 1:49 pm

    Wondering where you an find Santa in Pigeon Forge? You never know where Jolly Ol' St. Nick will show up in the Smoky Mountains! The post Where to See Santa in Pigeon Forge appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • Orlando New Year’s Eve Celebrations for Adults
    by Ashley on November 25, 2019 at 1:08 pm

    Orlando New Year's Eve celebrations for adults are festive, fun, and located at some of the hottest venues in Central Florida. The post Orlando New Year’s Eve Celebrations for Adults appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • What are the Best Tourist Attractions in Austin?
    by Talena McNeely on November 22, 2019 at 11:09 pm

    Austin, Texas showcases fascinating history, a musical haven, delicious cuisine, and a thriving arts scene. Although the list of interesting and fun places seems overwhelming, we’ve compiled some of the best tourist attractions to find throughout the Live Music Capital of the World. Read below to get ideas for your travel list: 1) Texas State Capitol An architectural wonder, the Texas State Capitol is worth touring if you’re fascinated by history, architecture and design, fine art, and politics. Not only does it obviously serve as the state’s seat of government, but it also preserves state and national history. Further, both the exterior and interior of the building and its surrounding grounds are gorgeous. You can self-tour or take an official tour during business hours. One of the top tourist attractions in Austin, you don’t want to miss out. 2) Local Museums Bullock Texas State History Museum Consider the official history museum of Texas, the Bullock Texas State History Museum showcases hundreds of artifacts, culture, innovations, community events, symposiums, and more. Built to celebrate the experiences and memories of Texas people, places, and objects, locals and tourists can truly gain a sense of what composes Texas culture. Also, their IMAX theater frequently shows interesting documentaries and popular current films. Texas Memorial Museum Located on the University of Texas at Austin’s campus, this museum preserves Texas natural history with over 5 million specimens on display. Permanent exhibitions include prehistoric life and fossils, gems, minerals, and meteorites, and Texas wildlife. Further, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions and community events as well. LBJ Presidential Library & Museum Located at the University of Texas at Austin campus, the LBJ Library serves as one of the 14 presidential libraries throughout the nation. Visitors can experience the life, duties, and presidential era of Lyndon B. Johnson. Furthermore, … The post What are the Best Tourist Attractions in Austin? appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

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