Founded in 1795, Sevierville is the oldest and largest of Sevier County's four cities. Named after Tennessee's first governor John Sevier, the charming town is known for its great heritage and history. Sevierville is also recognized as being the hometown of the infamous Dolly Parton.
The recently renovated downtown still has its historic charm while incorporating some modern touches. One historic landmark you'll find is the notable Sevier County Courthouse, known for its white clocktower, the Veterans Memorial, and Dolly Parton statue. While downtown you can grab a bite to eat at Graze, Season 101, and several others. Sevierville is every shopper's dream as it has some of the best outlet, craft, and antique shopping in the country.
There is a little something for everyone to enjoy in Sevierville. Whether it's shopping, sightseeing, amusement parks, or trying out different restaurants, you won't be disappointed.