The Old Mill is, well, an old mill. Built along the edge of the Little Pigeon River, in the 1800's, this water powered grist mill is still being used today to grind flour. Visitors can take a guided tour of the mill, and handle samples of the various grains that are, and were, ground at the mill.
Surrounding the Old Mill are a variety of unique shops including a pottery barn where you can watch artisans at work, an old-timey general store, and a candy kitchen. After touring the Old Mill, you'll want to visit the Old Mill Bakery Café where you can sample breads and cakes made with grains ground at the Old Mill. This café also serves a full menu, featuring speciality salads and sandwiches that will provide the necessary fuel to keep your touring going at full speed!
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- Hands On Sevierville: The Animal Kingdom
This article details the many attractions in Sevierville, and the nearby towns of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, that offer visitors a unique opportunity to get "up close, and personal" with a wide range of animals, including kangaroos, stingrays, and snakes...
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