We love exploring all there is to see & do in the Gatlinburg area. Actually, I’m referring to those areas surrounding Gatlinburg more than the actual town of Gatlinburg itself. Why? Because the town itself is so touristy — with all the souvenir shops and fun things to do downtown — that it gets pretty hectic and congested. That’s why we typically hang out somewhere between Townsend (to the west), Cosby (to the east) and Bryson City (to the south).
They say Nashville’s fireworks show is the 3rd best in the nation -- after New York City and Washington, DC! Planning to be in Nashville on the 4th of July? Local residents share their best tips for viewing the fireworks in downtown Nashville. Plus other fun places to watch fireworks -- in Nashville and beyond.
They say Nashville’s fireworks show is the 3rd best in the nation, after New York City and Washington, D.C.! This year, we decided to see for ourselves. Here are some pictures, plus some tips for watching the fireworks from downtown Nashville, TN.
All Dads who go to the Nashville Sounds vs Oklahoma RedHawks baseball game at Greer Stadium this Sunday get a FREE TiVo unit in honor of Father’s Day!
Come along, as we explore Nashville, Tennessee from the perspective of a 6-year-old…
We skipped town for the weekend and headed to Gatlinburg over the 4th of July holiday. Not only did we get to see ‘the nation’s FIRST Fourth of July Parade’ — which took place at 12:01 a.m. on Monday July 4th — really midnight of July 3rd. But we also got to witness ‘the nation’s LAST Fourth of July Fireworks Display’ — which took place at 11:59 p.m. on Monday July 4th. Both were just okay.
Photos from our day spent watching the Nashville Sounds baseball team.