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Sevierville is known to most people as the birthplace of Dolly Parton. Don’t worry if you’re not a Dolly fan. While you should still go and have your picture taken by her statue in the town square, there is plenty to do in this area that has nothing to do with country music. If you get bored with the attractions in Sevierville take a trip ten miles south to the Smoky Mountain National Forest, the most-visited park in the United States, with free admittance.
Tennessee is home to the most caves in the continental United States with over 8,350 found so far and more discovered every day. This collection of caves is located beneath Sevierville deep into the earth where the average temperature is fifty-eight degrees a year. Visitors will see rock formations, cave drawings, Native American artifacts pre-colonization, and the remnants of an underground lake. Parking is free. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for children over the age of five. Check out their website for more details: https://www.forbiddencavern.com/.
Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show
Come hungry because this attraction is all you can eat at this tripped out “Old Tennessee-style” building. The show is a side-splitting comedy skit featuring the Hatfields and McCoys getting up to all sorts of hijinks while guests enjoy their meal. The menu is pretty much the same every time, but the food is great. “Granny” McCoy fries up chicken, BBQ pulled meat, country rolls, veggies with all the fixings, mash potatoes, and a surprise dessert. Tickets are $50 for a table of three which seems pricey, but evens out when you factor in the cost of dinner with your show. Check out their website for more details: http://hatfieldmccoydinnerfeud.com/.
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