Mountain Farm Museum
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Settlers buildings from throughout the park, working blacksmiths shop, elk often spotted here.
Great place to go back in time and imagine what it was like to live in the Smoky Mtns before they were a Park.
Lovely setting, lots of old buildings, incl. a log cabin, built in the 19th century, and livestock not suffering in factory farms. Walking trail partners with the River to provide splendid views.
A museum highlighting the settling of the Appalachian Mountains and early pioneer days.
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“We love the Mingus Mill because it's still functioning as a waterpowered gristmill. Take the kids!”
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“Love their coffee and pastries. A great place to have a cake made for special occasions too. ”
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“Great coal fired pizza and wings with an amazing wine list! Family owned business with great friendly staff. ”
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“-One of the nation’s foremost outdoor dramas. -Debuting in 1950, Unto These Hills has been performed for over six million visitors in its over 60 years of operation. From the first contact with Europeans to the infamous and tragic Trail of Tears, Unto These Hills tells the triumphant story of the Cherokee through the eons. -Bring tissue!”
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