With our signature style of hospitality and a commitment to preserving our hometown, members of our community have recently restored Downtown Sevierville to its former glory and Southern charm. Because we love welcoming visitors, the heart of our hometown is awaiting you with locally-owned businesses like world-class restaurants, retail shops, professional offices, and more. Additionally, our historic streets showcase the beauty that Sevierville has to offer.
The Sevier County Courthouse, our city’s focal point, was built in 1895 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. It proudly stands as a monument, warmly welcoming all who visit our restored Sevierville Commons. Whether you enjoy a delicious meal, participate in our numerous events and activities, or admire the lovely streetscapes, you’ll feel right at home in Downtown Sevierville.
Southern hospitality flows in abundance in our little corner of a busy town! So we invite you to relax and join us in Downtown Sevierville.
Visit Downtown Sevierville in the heart of the Smoky Mountains

why visit downtown sevierville


Refuel your electric vehicle while relaxing in our beautiful Gazebo Park.


Explore a boutique or a fun pop-up shop in your new favorite Downtown.

Eat well.

Indulge in a culinary adventure amid the charming streets of Downtown, where savory and sweet delights await.

Be entertained.

Enjoy a pickup game of Duckpin Bowling or enjoy the stylings of local musicians at a nearby Beer Garden.

Enjoy beautiful art.

Discover the vibrant spirit of Downtown Sevierville, TN, adorned with murals and art installations that celebrate our past and help us imagine the future.

Get to know us.

Your walking tour includes great stories about our beautiful architecture and times long gone.


Birthplace of Dolly Parton: One of the things Sevierville is most well known for is being the birthplace of Dolly Parton. As a world-renowned country artist and philanthropist, she continues to influence and improve our community. Our community erected a bronze statue of the singer and her beloved guitar in 1987 on the courthouse lawn. Since then, it has been a must-visit spot for visitors and locals alike. Don’t visit the Smokies without snapping a selfie with the superstar’s iconic statue.
Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains: Sevierville is a gateway for visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited national park in the United States. Because Downtown Sevierville sits only half an hour from the park’s entrance, it is the perfect stop during your Smoky Mountain adventure. So grab a bite before a hike or sit down for dinner after a tour of Cades Cove. We can’t wait for you to join us!
Food Festivals: Throughout the year, Downtown Sevierville hosts a variety of events and food festivals to celebrate our region’s culinary achievements and heritage. From Bloomin’ BBQ to Farm to Fork on Court and the Stillwell Festival, guests can sample delicious food and beverages from celebrated local and regional chefs and artisans. If you’re a foodie, then you’ll love these events!


AUGUST 10, 2024

An evening of 90s-style music and moonshine featuring various distillers and The Velcro Pygmies.