Sevierville, TN is the birth place of Dolly Parton with a hometown atmosphere that makes everyone feel welcome. The main street experience emanates throughout the city with downtown offering the business district that includes antique shops, cafes and bakeries. Sevierville offers visitors a variety of attractions from two 18 hole golf courses that traverse through rolling hills to the ZORB Smoky Mountains. Sevierville is home to Tanger Five Oaks the area’s largest outlet mall. The natural beauty of Douglas Lake should be on every visitor’s list. Douglas Lake sees 1.7 million visitors and has over 550 miles of shoreline to explore. The lake provides incredible views of the Smoky Mountains from a unique vantage point that you won’t find anywhere else.

Sevierville historic Buildings

Brabson’s Ferry Plantation

brabson ferry plantation

Built: 1792

Location: 1272 Indian Warpath Rd, Sevierville

Andrew Evans originally purchased the 250 acres of land and established a ferry for the French Broad river. John Brabson then purchased the farm and ferry in 1798. The plantation consists of two plantation houses, a barn, cemetery and plank house. The plantation is still in operation.

Rose Glen

rose glen

Built: 1950

Location: 1601 Pittman Center Rd, Sevierville

Sevier County Courthouse

sevier county courthouse

Built: 1896

Location: 125 Court Avenue, Sevierville

Waters House

waters house

Built: 1895

Location: 217 Cedar St. Sevierville

Sevierville Commercial District

sevierville commercial district

Location: Downtown Bruce St., Court Ave. & Commerce St., Sevierville

Thomas Addition Historic District

thomas addition historic district

Location: Park Rd, Belle Ave, Cedar St. Grace Ave & Prince St., Sevierville

New Salem Baptist Church

new salem baptist church

Built: 1886

Location: 601 Eastgate Rd., Sevierville

Sevierville’s oldest surviving brick building.

Riley H Andes House

riley h andes house

Built: 1874

Location: 812 Douglas Dam Rd., Sevierville

Now Robert Tino’s Gallery. Built by Lewis Buckner an African American builder who had a prominent role is Sevierville’s post war construction.

Buckingham House


Built: 1700

Location: West of Sevierville on Sevierville Pike