What are 5 of the Best Registered Historic Sites in Sevierville?
The state of Tennessee is proud of its history as evidenced by the many and varied registered historic sites visitors can enjoy. Check out our list of the top five Sevierville registered historic sites for your Tennessee day trip:
Buckingham House. The oldest remaining house in Sevier County, Buckingham House was built by Thomas Buckingham, the first Sheriff of Sevier County in 1795 and overlooks the French Broad River.
Brabson’s Ferry Plantation: Built in 1790, The main plantation house, which is still in use, and an 18th-century plank house also located on the property, have both been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Fourth and Gill Historic District: Located down the road in Knoxville, the Fourth And Gill Historic District includes three churches and dozens of houses built between the 1880s and the 1930s.
Sevierville Commercial District: Built-in the early 1900s to replace the old commercial district when it burned down, the “new” Sevierville Commercial District surrounds the historic courthouse which itself is also on the National Historic Registry.
Morristown Overhead Sidewalk System: The only overhead sidewalk system in the United States, the Morristown sidewalk is located in the historic district and leads shoppers to specialty, antique, and boutique clothing stores, as well as local eateries.
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