Sevierville Chamber of Commerce offers new way to view fall colors

A new way to view fall leaves in Sevierville

The city of Sevierville is offering a chance to get a good look at the fall colors, and it is "Off The Beaten Path."
The English Mountain Fall Foliage Driving Tour provides a look at the leaves, while taking in the city's rich history. 
The tour has 7 stops: Historic Downtown Sevierville, Battle of Fair Garden, Historic Harrisburg Covered Bridge, Fox Cemetery, Blowing Cave Mill, Forbidden Caverns and the Bush Brothers Visitors Center. 
If you plan to complete the tour from start-to-finish, expect it to take 3-4 hours. 
Amanda Marr, Marketing Director of the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce, says that the city has been working on this tour for two years. 
"Going into the National Park is wonderful, but sometimes people want a little bit different of a tour that they can take," said Marr. "People also ask us a lot about Sevierville's history, so we combined some important, historic locations in Sevierville with some beautiful mountain views that you can get."
You can find more information on the English Mountain Fall Foliage Tour here
You can also stop into the Sevierville Visitor Center. That is located on Winfield Dunn Parkway. 

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