Wears Valley Antique & Craft Gallery in the Smoky Mountains near Pigeon Forge

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image text: WEARS VALLEY ANTIQUE & CRAFT GALLERY - Log Furniture, Glassware, Rockers, Antique Tools, Primitives, Toys, Baskets, Throws & Quilts, Farm Tools, The Heartland Series Video Tapes, Collectibles - Rod Mench - Rick Cain - Lilliput Lane, Yankee Candles, Pottery, Grist Mill & Engines Watkins Products - Take home a part of the Appalachians and the Smoky Mountains. Artwork by some of our finest local and regional artists. Come have some fun and spend some time browsine through a collection of unique antique, crafts, and a hodge-podge of Americana. Located in the middle of beautiful Wears Vally on Highway 321 8 miles from Pigeon Forge & 7 miles from Townsend. 3234 Wears Valley Road - Sevierville, TN 37862 (423) 453-5294.
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If you wish to view under one roof the most impressive display of unique antiques, collectibles, crafts and art from the most gifted local and regional talent, then look no further. Wears Valley Antique & Craft Gallery is a "must see for the most entertaining and educational insight into Appalachian life in and around the Great Smoky Mountains.

Ken and Sharon Ashton, owners, have expanded an interest in antiques and collectibles into a showcase of Americana, both old and new. Opening on December 1, 1991 in beautiful Wears Valley, they paved the way for others, being the only attraction here for three years. They enjoy a reputation with many folks as the most interesting and fun place to see.

As you browse through the fascinating displays, you will be amazed by the many varied items of interest including the Canadian White Cedar Log Furniture, of which the Ashtons were the original dealers in Sevier County. Among the collection from times past are antique tools, including farm tools, furniture, primitives, grist mills and Hit & Miss Engines, and countless other treasures.

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Antiques & More

 The works of several area artists are featured, each in a special place antique stove insuring full attention to their talents. Among these are Lee Roberson, Randall Ogle and Terry Chandler, renowned for paintings which visualize life in times past. Rick Cain, whose sculptures depict wildlife, offers a  unique display. For Civil War historians there are many items of interest, including sculptures by Rod Mench.

A varied selection of musical tapes can be enjoyed as you look around.  Segments from 'The Heartland Series" videos can be viewed. Famous for depicting life past and present in Appalachia, they are shown locally on WBlR-TV, Channel 10.

On display you will find glassware, rockers, flags and banners, toys, baskets, Yankee candles, books and cards, Lilliput Lane, cider presses, Watkins products, Robinson Ranshottom pottery, and an infinite variety of collectibles. Enjoy one of the most unique attractions you will ever experience, relax on the front porch as you enjoy the mountain view, and take home a part of Appalachia and the Great Smoky Mountains from Wears Valley Antique & Craft Gallery!

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Log Cabin Rental

 

Wears Valley is one of the most beautiful spots to be found anywhere in the Great Smoky Mountains. Many folks spend an enjoyable vacation here every year. Located between Pigeon Forge and Townsend, you will find easy access to other area attractions including Cades Cove.

A Log Cabin is available for rental next door. Cozy, well furnished and clean. the cabin provides a breathtaking view of Cove Mountain from the front porch. Inside you will find all the modern conveniences necessary to ensure an enjoyable stay. A kitchen, living room, full bath and bedroom are located downstairs, and as you climb to the sleeping loft, the craftsmanship and beauty of the cabin's interior will not escape you.

For a great vacation, this log cabin is just the place for you!

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Phone (423) 453-5294

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